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Radial Engineering Boneyard Pedal Board
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The Boneyard Pedalboard's unique features and wide-body wedge shape were designed specifically to address the needs of professional guitarists. This ...Read More
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The Boneyard Pedalboard's unique features and wide-body wedge shape were designed specifically to address the needs of professional guitarists. This Radial pedalboard features a large 35" wide by 15" deep angled work surface for easy foot access to multiple rows of pedals and for quick pedal set-up or changes on stage.
Pedalboard has a pre-drilled top panel that allows you to position your effect pedals at will and to hide cables and power supplies underneath for a clean, organized stompbox array. A super-stick Velcro-friendly carpeted surface holds your guitar pedals firmly in place even during transport, which means reduced time for set-up and teardown.
Made entirely from heavy-duty furniture-grade plywood, the Boneyard Pedalboard will not crumble when subjected to moisture, as does particle board. Tough PVC "T-edge" protects edges from handling damage and further enhances the professional look of the Radial Boneyard.
- 15" x 35" carpeted pedal surface
- Surface angled for easy foot access to multiple rows of pedals
- Pre-drilled deck allows flexible positioning
- Cables and power supplies stow underneath deck
- Super-stick Velcro-friendly carpet holds pedals firmly in place during transport
- Made of furniture-grade plywood
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This would be worth it for maybe $20 or something cheap. Ok so it's basically a piece of plywood spray painted black, angled, with some grip tape on top. Printing their logo on laminate that goes on the front is easily the most expensive piece here and totally necessary, not to mention very uncool. It's awkward to carry, heavy, big, nothing collapses at all and you can't bring pedals with it when you move it so you need to set up everything all over every time you go somewhere. Seriously, a piece of plywood propped up on a brick is cheaper, easier to move, and looks cooler.
Very well designed pedal board with ample room for stomp boxes, controls, power strip, etc. Easy to setup (comes with plenty of velcro and cable ties). This is the last pedalboard you'll ever want. Fits great in a 61-key keyboard bag. Highly recommend.
If they sell one of these things, im starting a new business venture. $12. in material and two hours and you got one too. Pedaltrain and the others have some good stuff but this cheesey looking cat tree....give me a break....