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Emerson Custom Pedalboard

Emerson Custom Pedalboard

Emerson Custom Pedalboard Small - 12" x 18"

Small - 12" x 18"

Item # 2395
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Emerson Custom Pedalboard Medium - 12" x 24"

Medium - 12" x 24"

Item # 2396
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Emerson Custom Pedalboard Large - 12" x 32"

Large - 12" x 32"

Item # 2397
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Emerson Custom Pedalboard

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Make your pedals ready for the road
Finally get your priceless pedals off the floor! When you're gigging (or want to stop tripping over cables), it's time to invest in an Emerson Custom Pedalboard.

Emerson makes some of the finest guitar components anywhere. Now they've applied that expertise to something all guitar players need—a rugged and customizable pedalboard. With three different sizes and problem-solving modules, it's never been easier to get your rig working how you've always wanted.

Designed for players
Each board is slanted so you can easily reach the pedals in the back row. The powder coated black frame is rugged but extremely lightweight, making it simple to move from gig to gig or around your practice space. The American Cherry ends have built-in easy-to-grab handles. And each pedalboard includes one yard of 1/2" 3M Dual Lock to secure your pedals in place tightly.

Custom modules for ultra-flexibility
While the pedalboards are perfect just as they are, the optional Emerson modules and accessories make each board extremely versatile. Each pedalboard has four module slots. From power supplies to cable routing, there is a solution for your board.

#2395 Small - 12" wide x 18" long x 3.75" high (at tallest side)
(304mm x 457mm x 95mm)

#2396 Medium - 12" wide x 24" long x 3.75" high (at tallest side)
(304mm x 609mm x 95mm)

#2397 Large - 12" wide x 32" long x 3.75" high (at tallest side)
(304mm x 812mm x 95mm)

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

How to set up your pedal board signal chain

Which effects pedal comes first, which comes next, and next on down the chain? Why? Paul gives some good advice on setting the order of pedals on your board.

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