How to Assemble Your Pedalboard

How to hook up all your pedals to your pedalboard the proper way.

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How to Assemble Your Pedalboard
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Have your pedalboard ready with Velcro so you can put the pedals on nicely. In this case I'm using a pedaltrain 1 pedalboard.

Have your pedalboard ready with Velcro so you can put the pedals on nicely. In this case I'm using a pedaltrain 1 pedalboard.

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Add Velcro to the back of your pedals like this.

Add Velcro to the back of your pedals like this.

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Have your power supply ready and if you need to attach Velcro to it. In this case I'm using a voodoo lab pedal power 2 plus, so it fits nicely under the pedal train when mounted

Have your power supply ready and if you need to attach Velcro to it. In this case I'm using a voodoo lab pedal power 2 plus, so it fits nicely under the pedal train when mounted

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Have your power cables that came with your power supply ready.

Have your power cables that came with your power supply ready.

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Put the pedals you wish to have on your board. The order your pedals should be in would be Reverb/delays>Boosts/overdrives> distortion/fuzzes> modulation effects (wah, octaves, phaser, etc.)>tuner

Put the pedals you wish to have on your board. The order your pedals should be in would be Reverb/delays>Boosts/overdrives> distortion/fuzzes> modulation effects (wah, octaves, phaser, etc.)>tuner

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Add the patch cables to your pedals according to the order they are in. I'm using George L's solderless cables for my pedals.

Add the patch cables to your pedals according to the order they are in. I'm using George L's solderless cables for my pedals.

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Plug in your cables from your amp the the side to the left of you, (reverb/delay) and plug the cable from your guitar into your tuner ( or whatever pedal is next).

Plug in your cables from your amp the the side to the left of you, (reverb/delay) and plug the cable from your guitar into your tuner ( or whatever pedal is next).

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