We make custom pedal boards! You design it with us, exactly how you want it. If you can think of it, we can build it.
Or… Have an old pedal board that has seen its day, or an old case lying around that you always thought would be awesome to have for a pedal board?We can make a custom insert for you. We are actually very good at it. We use the same technology as with our other boards, but custom design it to fit your exact needs.
Best of all, It’s about the same price as buying a nice pedal board.
Check out the gallery below of some of our projects.
Board 1 – The first showcase job for Steve of Bump was not bad when we got it. However, once we started to take it apart it got worse. Here’s the cover over the “Power Supply”
Board 1 – This was actually very scary. There was a fuse in the side where the IEC plugged in. The value was way to high though.
Board 1 – They are RED
Board 1 – The shine of the deep gloss finish.
Board 1 – Ready to go!
Board 1 – A more artistic look, or something like that.
Board 2 – The second showcased job is for Robbie from Repartee. He was looking for something neater and some new cabling after some problems with his current set up. THe board was working and not bad when we first got our hands on it.
Board 2 – The design process for this board. For most of them we get an idea, then draw, sleep, then sit down next to the board and computer, and finalize it.
Board 2 – Close Up CNC
Board 2 – We use Birch plywood for all the boards because it is strong and light. But for an insert, to save some height, we usually use 1/4″ and then ad 1/2″ bracing through the board.
Board 2 – Gluing the extra bit of support to the bottom.
Board 2 – Before Paint, we always like to assemble the boards and make sure everything is perfect.
Board 2 – Testing the LEDs before Wiring. The deep gloss reflecting the LEDs from the riser is so nice.
Board 2 – LEDs in the gloss, a close up.
Board 2 – Wiring the board with George L’s. These are definitely the best custom cables you can buy.
Board 2 – Cleaning up the cables underneath. No runs above the board keeps it pretty neat. Keeping all the power away from the signal, and making sure they cross perpendicular makes sure there is no extra noise.
Board 2 – When we gave it back to Robbie he was super happy. This should work for him for a long time on tour.
Board 2 – The final set up on Robbie’s pedal board.
Board 2 – We removed the vocal processor, to add the Diamond Compressor and Klon. We still made it work though so that the vocal performer can be run using the TRex Chameleon power supply so Robbie doesn’t need an extra adapter.
Board 2 – Were you wondering if it looked as awesome in the dark?
Board 2 complete. After making sure everything was exactly as wanted we took off the straps and replaced them with 3M Dual Lock for a permanent finish.
Our cases are designed custom for pedal boards or amps to fit snug.