A compact mounting system that is guaranteed to keep effects pedals exactly in place.

Stevensville, MD (August 7, 2015) -- For years musicians have fumbled with tape, hook and loop fabric, adhesives and clunky brackets only to be disappointed with their musical effect pedals not staying where they put them. They were forced to setup their signal chain at every gig and rehearsal. “Did you set it up right?” Everyone is ready to play but the guitarist is still fumbling with patch cables and power supplies trying to find the problem. There had to be a better way.

Pedalboard Supplies is pleased to announce the official worldwide launch of Pedal-links, the only compact effects pedal mounting system that is guaranteed to keep effects pedals exactly in place on the pedal board without the use of sticky adhesive and failing hook and loop fabric. Pedal-links take the setup out of the gig. Simply set up the signal chain once, plug in and play.

Here's how Pedal-links work: Most guitar effects pedals are constructed in a similar manner. Typically, they have one housing screw in the underside of each corner of the pedal. Pedal-links work in conjunction with these housing screws. Simply turn the effects pedal upside down and remove the screws. Then, utilizing the existing hardware, thread the screw through either of the eyelets of a Pedal-link. Re-fasten the hardware screw back into the underside of the pedal.

Once this is completed in all four corners of the pedal then setup the signal chain. When satisfied with the setup, use the provided mounting hardware to fasten the pedals in place. Pedal-links offer a steady, secure pedal board setup that is always ready to go. Pedal-links are compatible with most manufacturer’s effects pedals and work with pedal boards made of all materials. Included in every set of Pedal-links is 16 Pedal-links and accompanying hardware, enough Pedal-links™ to mount up to four pedals.

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