Pedalboards are the foundation of your guitar sound.
Pedalboards come in all shapes and sizes, and we have pedalboards that fit any situation.
Looking for an ultra-lightweight, gig-ready pedalboard? Check out our Soundcheck series. These boards are built using a double-wall construction that is lightweight but rigid to keep your pedals from moving around during transport.
The Soundcheck series is available in 3, 5, 7 and 9 space options with a fastener-free design that is perfect for both novices and experienced players looking for a simple solution to their pedalboard needs. All models include a convenient carry handle and non-slip rubber feet for added stability on stage.
Another popular option is our Tour Series of pedalboards. These boards feature a rugged aluminum extrusion frame with rounded edges so you can be ready for any gig life throws your way! The Tour Series also features a foam insert to hold your pedals securely in place even when you don’t want to use Velcro or zip ties to attach them to the board itself. The Tour Series is available in 3, 5, 9 and 11 space options with soft grip handles and non-slip rubber feet for enhanced playing stability.
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The pedalboard, a flat board which sits on the floor and houses your guitar effects, is one of the most important elements of any guitar rig.
With all the pedals out there, it can be hard to know where to start when building a pedalboard. Do you want a simple one with just a few pedals? A big one with lots of pedals? A unique shape? We’ve got them all. Below are some of our favorite pedalboards in every size and shape imaginable.
Pedalboards can come in all shapes and sizes. From a small board to a big one with multiple pedals, it is up to you to choose. Some people do not use pedalboards and instead use a bag, but this causes problems of its own (more on that later).
Smaller pedalboards have less space for your pedals. You might have to arrange them differently than you would have wanted. But it also depends on the number of pedals you use. If you need only a few pedals, the smaller the better. If you need many pedals, the bigger the better. There are even some people who need a second pedalboard!
Pedalboards are made from different materials as well. Some common materials used for pedalboards are wood, plastic, and metal (usually aluminium). The material is usually picked based on weight and durability considering that most people carry their pedalboards around from show to show.
Another important aspect of your pedalboard is whether or not it has cables included in the price or if you need to buy those separately. Most of the time, these will be included but sometimes they are not. This can be an extra cost that you might want to avoid so be careful when buying your pedalboard.
Musicians can be very particular about their gear, and when it comes to guitarists, they can be especially picky about their effects. A guitarist’s pedalboard is as personal as it is complex. It’s a collection of pedals and effects that each musician assembles over time. Some guitarists use extensive pedalboards, while others might prefer to keep things simple. Many professional musicians rely on the same pieces of gear for years at a time, and for many of them, a pedalboard is an extension of who they are as performers.
Pedalboards come in all shapes and sizes. Some guitarists feel that the more pedals they have, the more options they have for creating unique tones and sounds. Other guitarists prefer to keep things simple, and might only use one or two pedals at any given point in time. But no matter how many pedals are on your board, or what combination you’re using in any given moment, it’s important to have a clear understanding of what each pedal does and how it works with your amp and other equipment.
To help you find your perfect setup, we’ve put together this collection of musician-tested pedalboards, as well as essential tips on how to assemble your own board from scratch. Take a look through our selection
We are Pedalboard. Providing the best pedalboards and footswitches around the world. Our mission is to constantly improve the pedalboard experience by creating new and exciting projects that will help musicians all over the globe.
Our company was founded in 2005 by a professional guitarist who has been playing for more than 20 years now. He started his career with classical guitar which later evolved into jazz, pop and rock music.
Pedalboards have been an important part of his career, as he uses them for recording, rehearsing and live performances. He wanted to offer something back to other artists that would help them through their music careers. Pedalboard is the result of this idea.
Pedalboards are a unique way of organizing your guitar pedals. For the casual musician, they can be a great way to keep your effects pedals in one place and organized. For the professional, they can help you change sounds quickly and efficiently.
A pedal board is essentially a board that has two or more slots/spaces for you to attach your guitar effects pedals. You will then attach each pedal to the next with patch cables (the same kind used to connect your guitar to your amp). The only difference is that these patch cables will have 1/4″ jacks on each end rather than 1/8″. This is because most pedals use 1/4″ input and output jacks.
Since you are using patch cables to connect your pedals together, this means that you will be able to rearrange them however you want. There are many different ways that people choose to organize their pedal boards. Some people will put all of their distortion or overdrive pedals in one row, all of their modulation or pitch shifting effects in another row, etc… Others will arrange them however they want based on what type of sound they are going for.
If you are using multiple pedals at once, the order that the pedals are in can have a significant impact on your tone
This is the scene of a crime. A crime that was so heinous, it changed the face of modern music as we know it. This is where the pedal board was born. It has been said that an idea is only as good as its execution. That’s how it started. The birth of the pedal board came from a simple desire to have more than one effect at a time.
The idea was simple enough: take a piece of plywood, screw on some effects pedals and go play a gig. But there was a little problem: There was no power supply then available that was capable of powering multiple pedals at once.
This is where the idea became genius. Someone had to come up with a way to get power to all of these pedals at once. This is what happened next; this is the story of how the first pedal board was made…
There were two men in particular who were responsible for creating this ingenious device which we now call the pedal board: Keith Barr and Tom Hall – founding fathers to an industry that would become worth over $100 million dollars worldwide by 2007 alone!