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GCR FOR I CODE Pedal Board Pedal Riser  

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Most pedal boards have only one level and therefore require an awkward tap dance to access the second row of pedals without stomping on others accidentally.
The StageTrix Pedal Riser raises your s... Read More

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Overview

Most pedal boards have only one level and therefore require an awkward tap dance to access the second row of pedals without stomping on others accidentally.
The StageTrix Pedal Riser raises your second row of pedals to the perfect height, and has cable routing features that clean up your messy cables.

Features
  • Easy to use
  • Just place on board, it holds tight
  • 18-gauge steel
  • Attaches to both board and pedal via built-in heavy duty hook-and-loop fastener
  • Use two for double size pedals
Specifications
  • Dimensions are 6.5" x 4.25" x 1" high (16.5 cm x 10.8 cm x 2.6 cm high)
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GCR FOR I CODEPedalboard Pedal Riser
 
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5.0

Wow, I had no idea how simple this could be...

By TED NUGENT

from Nashville, TN

Comments about GCR FOR I CODE Pedalboard Pedal Riser:

I have been in the process of building a pedalboard for some time now. I got a 32x20 case that had a super nice powerstrip built into the lid, so I made a pedal platform in the lid that makes the pedals sit flush on the board. I had added two rows of pedals and also had built a 2nd Tier that hid my Supra-Charger Power Supply and that seemed great until, the wires hanging out started to bug me... Something about looking at the board made me think sloppy mess. So I started looking for solutions. I found StageTrix Pedal Risers website and emailed them telling them what I wanted to do, but wasn't sure how to go about doing it. Terry, The President of the company personally wrote me back and asked me to send a list of pedals that I have in order of signal flow. I sent him what he asked for and he sent back a really cool diagram of how my board should be setup and how to run the cables.. which, I have to say, in hind sight, is pretty simple. I pulled everything off of my board and put down the Pedal Risers and routed all the cables through according to the diagram and I now have a totally neat, well wired board. All because of these inexpensive little risers. Not only does it get my second row of pedals off the board and easier to get to, but it solves a load of cable issues. I am totally sold on this product and if you want to save several bucks, you should try this with your DIY board. DIY boards look more complicated then they really are.. These pedal risers really make the job simple and won't run you to the poor house in doing so. Cheers, TJ

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Simple idea = Great solution

By Randy Becker

from Las Vegas, NV

Comments about GCR FOR I CODE Pedalboard Pedal Riser:

Raising the back row of pedals on a pedalboard just became as easy as anyone could wish for. These risers not only have the velcro material pre-applied, making pedal placement a snap, they also allow cable routing underneath. Why don't pedalboards come with these? By far the best solution to "tap dancing" and hitting the wrong pedal at the wrong time.

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