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I'm looking for a good pedal board to supply power to and organize my pedals. I don't want anything real complicated but i also don't want to get any hum. I don't have too many pedals but i'd like enough room to expand out to about 10 or so. Any recommendations?
 

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I recently got a Boss BCB60 which I'm really pleased with - I know they only hold & power 6 pedals, but you could always get 2 :)
 

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I'd agree with that, make your own. Power supplies are not too expensive and you'll enu up with something that perfectly fits your needs.
 

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Ok i'll bite, how should i go about making a pedal board? Also i want to make sure any power supply i get doesn't produce any hum.
 

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go the zakk wylde route
"MY FAVORTITE THING ABOUT MY RIG IS MY PEDALBOARD. MAN, I WENT TO HOME DEPOT, BOUGHT A FEW METAL STRAPS AND BOLTED THOSE MOTHER F**KIN' STOMPBOXES DOWN! SCREW THAT WIMPY VELCRO! YOU NEED METAL!"
then get one of those BOSS daisychain pedal power supplies that does loads and your all done!!
 

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I found something that you might be interested in. It's a well constructed pedal board by Pedal Pad. Pedal Pad™ MPS-XL Pedal Board
(The next generation of Pedal Pad's™ RM-10!)

The Pedal Pad™ MPS-XL Pedal Board features a patented adjustable pitch pedal surface and heavy-duty aluminum pads with channel-routing slots. This model includes Pedal Pad's™ signature power supply, our brand new Power Pad II, and our new Patch Pad™ stereo routing module. This model is designed to be extra-long with extra space for more pedals. You can also configure it with a three-space rack mount or space for more pedals.

Length: 38"

Depth: 15"

Height: w/ lid 9"; w/o lid 7"

Note: The standard configuration comes with aluminum pads for the pedal space. You will receive a coupon with your unit for free rack walls if you need them.

Purchase Pedal Pad™ Pedal Board products from these Vendors.
http://www.pedalpad.com/Pedal-Board-Pedal-Pad-Vendors.htm

Read Reviews: MKS PedalPad MPS-XL
http://www.harmony-central.com/Effects/Data/MKS_PedalPad/MPS_XL-01.html

Need Help deciding which size or configuration is right for you? http://www.pedalpad.com/Pedal-Board-Pedal-Pad-Help-MKS.htm
 

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I really like the dunlop powerbrick for my power supply. Powers up to 10 pedals, comes with lots of connectors, no hum that I have encountered and only $99.
 

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Guys,

Late to the post I know but if you want an amazing pedalboard check out the TMCases models.

American site is TMCases.com I think and in the UK they are on sale at verdenguitars.com.

I have had a PB-03 for about 3 years and its like new. I think it genuinely might last forever.

J
 
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