Guitar Pedal Links Mounting Bracket Pedalboard for Boss Ibanez Digitech DOD
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Pedal Links Guitar Effect Mounting System Bracket Pedalboard Pro NO VELCRO New Guitar Players, have you had enough of the hassles of using hook and loop fabric to mount your pedals on your pedalboard? It just never works well, right? We know exactly what you're going through. There's nothing more frustrating than having your pedals come loose... And to make matters even worse, there's a chance your signal chain has to be set up all over again. All that wasted time at your next gig resetting your pedalboard. All those eyes, staring at you, tapping their feet, waiting as you set up your pedals. Did you even get it set up right? Annoyed and embarrassed, you end up taking forever to set up, while the rest of the band and the audience become impatient - you look unprofessional and the session is already off to a bad start. Unfortunately there just hasn't been a quick and easy alternative to using adhesive backed hook and loop products, or even worse not using a pedalboard at all. The biggest problem with these solutions is that they are both not reliable. At best they are temporary approaches to solving a permanent problem. Until now there hasn?Ûªt been a solution if you wanted a consistent setup. That's why today we're proud to share with you a new product - Pedal-Links! As the name suggests, Pedal-Links allow you to link your guitar effects pedals securely and easily to your pedalboard. Meaning you can just show up, plug in and play. Here?Ûªs how they work... Most guitar effects pedals are constructed in a similar manner. Typically, they have one housing screw in the underside of each corner of the pedal. Pedal-links work in conjunction with these housing screws. Simply turn the effects pedal upside down and remove the screws. Then, utilizing the existing hardware, thread the screw through either of the eyelets of a Pedal-link. Re-fasten the hardware screw back into the underside of the pedal. Once this is completed in all four corners of the pedal then setup your signal chain. When you are satisfied with your setup, use the provided mounting hardware to fasten the pedals in place. What you have when finished is a steady, secure pedal chain that will be ready to go when you are. This means you have a rock solid, secure and consistent 'gig ready' system that takes no time to set up. Just show up, plug in and play!! Ped