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Pedalboard Supplies Introduces Pedal-Links Effect Mounting System

Pedalboard Supplies Pedal-links Guitar Pedal Mounting SystemBassists using pedalboards have a new option for keeping their effects in place with the Pedalboard Supplies Pedal-Links Effect Mounting System. Pedal-Links utilize the housing screws found on the bottom corners of most pedals to fasten them to your pedalboard.

The fasteners are used by removing the housing screws, threading the screw through the Pedal-Link’s eyelet, then re-fastening it into the underside of the pedal. The second eyelet of the Pedal-Link is then screwed into your pedalboard. Pedal-links are compatible with most manufacturer’s effects pedals and work with pedal boards made of all materials.

Each set of Pedal-Links includes 16 Pedal-Links and accompanying hardware, which the company says is enough to mount up to four pedals. They are available now for $10.50.

Pedalboard Supplies Pedal-links Guitar Pedal Mounting System Details:

Adhesive Free
Velcro Free
Flexible Nylon Polymer

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Pedalboard Supplies

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Rick

Rick

Pedal-links looks like a good product. Too bad you couldn’t find a blonde for your video who could actually play a bass.

Chip Person

Chip Person

I could buy wood screws and washers at the hardware store for cents. Why would I buy this?

Steve Carriere

Steve Carriere

I bet if you had a bunch of bike chain connectors and some screws you could do the same thing. Interesting idea. Maybe a trip to my local bike shop is in order.

Alex Shmyga

good idea, but it’s just banal bike chain links. don’t worth your money, use usual links. just be sure to wash them from the lubrication =)

BazzBass

BazzBass

not such a good idea. I used bike chain links in exactly this way. Stupid idea, if one cable stops working during a gig,how are you going to replace the cable if the pedals are screwed in place? stupid idea,seriously.
There is a very good reason why 99% of people use velcro….so you can easily make changes and repairs.