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- n. Plural form of pedalboard.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Boss has been making guitar pedalboards for years.
The second half was the engineer plays guitar with one of the largest pedalboards I've ever seen in the rock band Tripod out of Asheville demoing the Moogerfooger audio effects, which aren't really guitarist stompboxes as much as they are 1970s analog synthesizer modules repackaged and disguised as stompboxes.
They're fun and have tonnes of potential, even if it is a little easy to pick their influences at this early stage of the game. lafamos: dig the sound and love the pedalboards haha Jerry Thackray: That's a weird coincidence Matt, cos I said exactly the same thing to him the previous morning David Payne: cool pics.
They also want to use pedalboards and eliminate the problems associated with batteries.
The pedals will also boast true hard bypass switching, glow-in-the-dark washers under the switches for easy visibility (sweet!), rad-looking stomp-bars to protect from accidental adjustments, top-mounted jacks for saving space on crowded pedalboards and input attenuators to make the pedals suitable for any input-signal level.