Gonna need a bigger boat...

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Gonna need a bigger boat...

Post by StrummersOfThunder »

I've outgrown my little pedal board

Now wanting to comfortably fit
Volante
Clean boost
Drive / Catlinbread 5f1
Maybe source audio true spring
Tuner

What board would you go for?
Plus , I'm guessing my volto won't be up the the task for the volante. What's a good power solution for everything,?

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I do have two pedal train voltos, so I could use one for the Strymon and one for the others I'm guessing

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This is what I'm rocking, should give you a bit of space for growth too: https://www.rockshop.co.nz/rockboard-qu ... o-stage-gb
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a mate came over today and had one of those 130$ calines.Pretty good but the cut outs are a big wierd size.
https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/marketplace ... 3709841678

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Metro 24 looks alright.

Music planet will knock a few bucks off their price, but they don't have much room to move.

These days I go truetone 1spot.

Daisy chain the analog pedals on the volto and give the strymon it's own 1spot.

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Post by Cdog »

Check out the Mooer pedalboards. Cheap, robust and very well designed. (Can adjust angle or set as two tiered) This might be about the right size for you, I have the next size up. https://www.musicworks.co.nz/pedal-boar ... dal-board/

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