Updating a pedalboard

I’ve talked before about my adventures in cycling, recycling (and re-recycling) effects units and the trail that’s taken me from effects pedals all the way through to rack units and back again…

But I realised that I never finished bringing the journey-so-far up-to-date…

A fairly short while after I reported purchasing a Line6 M9 I spoke to the friendly and helpful folk at a great local flight-case company (The Flight Case Company). They do a great range of four off-the-shelf boards, but I wanted a custom sized board built with light-weight board so after a couple of conversations over the phone I was able to place an online orderand was able to collect it just a few days later. I’m delighted with it – it’s everything I expected and I’d gladly recommend them.

In tomorrow’s post I’ll tell you about a trick I picked up that I used putting the board contents together.


With years of experience playing bass in a wide range of situations a dear friend once said that if you were to cut me in half you'd find the word 'bass' written all the way through - yes I know that's so cliche - but that doesn't make it any less true! Like so many people I have more than one 'day' job - but most of my work-time these days is spent working for Interconnected Solutions.