Holeyboard Unveils New Expandable Pedalboard

The 123 model is fully customizable and accommodates nearly any power supply.

Minneapolis, MN (January 20, 2021) -- With their commitment to making the easiest to use pedalboards in the guitar effects business, Holeyboard Pedalboards proudly introduces their newest, infinitely expandable and re-configurable Holeyboard 123.

Like an artists’ pallet – Holeyboard 123 keeps your pedals secure and accessible, allowing you creative flexibility like never before. It’s everything you need in one box.

Pedals add texture and color to your music, but they can also slip, shift under your foot, and be so hard to reach that you accidentally hit your fuzz pedal in the middle of a love song; Chris has been there.

He went back to the drawing board – it took over a year and a half and everything he’s learned in 10 years of creating pedalboards to solve all your pedal board problems.

It’s easy to use: Cable ties hold your pedals tight so there’s no shifting. The patented hole pattern makes sure everything will always fit where you want it.

Elevated and angled second level makes every pedal easy-to-reach, ensuring you’re getting the sound you want every time. Ergonomically calibrated to fit your feet for precision switching, every time.

It’s customizable: 2 pedals? 12 pedals? Expandable and endlessly reconfigurable, Holeyboard 123 patented structure adjusts in width with only 2 screws, so you’re never fumbling around with the equipment when it matters. Add on infinite Modules 1,2 and/or 3 in any configuration you need - as easy as 123.

Accommodates virtually all power supplies that can mount easily in several locations, with no additional parts to buy.

It’s light, strong, and is built out of aircraft grade aluminum in Minneapolis with a lifetime warranty.

Holeyboard 123 – Make it easy

Holeyboard Pedalboards is committed to making the easiest to use, highest precision pedalboards, built proudly in the USA.

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