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This is my current pedalboard I use in my home jam room. I sell custom pedalboards like this on my website, www.RockfootPedalboards.com. This picture was taken at my booth at the 2014 Dallas International Guitar Show.

This one has walnut sides and the main body is baltic birch covered with tweed. The top is also baltic birch and is cover with a velcro loop fabric. The pedals have the velcro hook side so they stick to the pedalboard.

The top is hinged so I can store the power supplies and run all the cables underneath and keep the top nice and clean.

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Good stuff
 

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Awesome work! I have built several pedal boards over the last 20+ years, but I have to say none of them were this nice. Mine were mostly functional.
 

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I agree with KE4NYV; the one pedalboard I've built has been entirely functional and not as beautiful as this one. Great job and nice touch with the hinged under section for hiding the cables. Nice jam room too!
 

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Very sweet board and a great set of stomp boxes.

Is that a Script 90 phaser? That's my favorite one.

I have forsaken a discreet pedal board and now run my violins and guitars through a Line6 HD500X processor. It has a modeled Script 90. Sounds really good with e-violin.

Anyway, nice build. This is a board any musician would be proud to have onstage!

I agree also with LTJB - nice jam room.
 

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Nice pedal board. My son has a music studio above my shop but it has never ever ever ever come even slightly close to being that clean.
 
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