I need a bigger pedalboard. Anyone looking to downsize?



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I need a bigger pedalboard. Anyone looking to downsize?

Postby bennroe » Sat Apr 14, 2018 10:25 pm

If I'm honest, I outgrew my pedalboard a while ago, and there are still a few pedals on my want list, so I'm looking to upgrade. My current board is 32"x16". Anyone have anything bigger than that for trade? Maybe around 40" to 45" wide? I'm ideally after something angled, single-tier, and accompanied by a sturdy hard case. Otherwise I'm not too picky. I don't need a power source, but thoughtful openings to accommodate a power source are definitely a plus.

Anyway, I'm hoping to trade my current pedalboard, making this a good option for someone who wants to downsize from ludicrously large to just regular large. It's a LYT32 board with a flight case, 32"x16" and fully velcroed. Right now it's at my practice space, so I can't take pictures, but I'm posting a canned picture of the appropriate model below. The bottom tier is flat, and the board is not attached to the case. I think one of the feet might have broken off the case.

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I also have a Musket fuzz and a Traynor YVM-1 for trade, if those are more enticing options.
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Re: I need a bigger pedalboard. Anyone looking to downsize?

Postby bennroe » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:56 am

Still looking!
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