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Pedal-Links Pedal Mounts

Pedal-Links Pedal Mounts

Pedal-Links Pedal Mounts

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Pedal-Links Pedal Mounts

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Use Pedal-Links to screw-mount your effects pedals with no sticky-back Velcro. Simple and effective!

Add Links at the four corners, using the pedal's existing screws. Then with the black screws provided, mount your pedal to the board. Your pedal stays put! When you eventually take the pedal off your board, there's no adhesive residue to reduce resale value.

  • 16 links and screws, to mount 4 pedals
  • Rugged, flexible plastic

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I have used bicycle links for several years to mount my pedals. I got these because of the price. While they work much better than Velcro, there are drawbacks with these links. First of all they are very brittle. If they are bent or if the mount screws are over torqued, they will break. (I did not use much torque since it will strip the threads in the pedal, and these links broke before I could strip any threads.) The holes in these links are smaller than the screws in some of my pedals, (Boss, Voodo, Radial, Carl Martin). This is not a big deal, but it makes attaching the link clumsy. They are also thick, which was not a problem for me, but might be if I was using a metal or wood surfaced pedal board. I would use them again as long as I didn't have to bend them.


I "invented" this


....years ago using bicycle chain links. too brittle to bend unless you take out the temper.... heat them red and let them cool. way better than velcro


Be careful!


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Just spent the past week or so putting together a prime pedal board. Ordered 3 boxes of these to mount my pedals, I didn't want to use velcro.
Bottom line, they are brittle and prone to breaking. First one out of the box snapped in two in my hands. 2nd pedal (Mesa footswitch), 2 split while installing. The only way to get them on was to under-tighten. Don't feel good about this. I took them off, can't afford to take the chance that they will snap in transit or the screws will back out.
The fundamental problem I think is that the parts are brittle and not flexible. This, combined with the fact that most pedals that you can use this with use countersunk screws that, when screwed in, spread the hole out in the link until it snaps.

Something closer to a stiff rubber that can stretch a bit yet is tough enough not to break would make his a viable product.

I looked at the rest of my pedals, and it looks like just about all of them have either countersunk screws or feet, so they won't work anyway.

Too bad. I'll be sending the remainder back, and using a Command Strip velcro product that has the adhesive that you can pull off cleanly anytime you want.