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Rather than blowing the price of a new pedal on a pedal board I decided to make my own and put the money I saved towards a new DD-7. The board is made from pieces of pine from our back shed. The thin pieces are 18 x 45mm the wide piece at the bottom is an off cut from a shelf and is 18mm x 140mm. The five pieces are joined together with PVA glue and short wood screws then sprayed black. 
On the front I ran strips of loop velcro with matching strips of hook velcro on the backs of the pedals. I joined the two volume type pedals to the board by running cable ties round and over short lengths of bamboo cane.
If was going to make this again I would replace the 140mm strip with three more 45mm pieces. The gaps between the wood are useful for threading cables.
LucDaRocka18 months ago

Ahh the Behringers. Great electronics. Good sounds. It's a shame the cases they are in break. I tend to put the electronics of em inside a better case.

andrew81729 months ago
Nice wah. I've got the same one. :)
Thanks for the idea! Great and easy to make
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jcash1 year ago
Simple and effective design. nice job
timgray2 years ago
What's that power supply? looks serious.
robives (author)  timgray2 years ago
It's a 9v, 10 outlet supply, very useful!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Power-Bank-multi-pedal-supply/dp/B004C5M2J6/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1319624633&sr=8-4
This looks great! And what an awesome way to save some money! I would know, I just spent all my guitar money on a brand-new case, so I'll be looking for cheap equipment now. Thanks for putting this up, man! :)