Pedalboards

Some articles on pedalboards, pedalboard:

Pedal Keyboard - In Non-Classical Music - MIDI and Synthesizer Pedalboards
... In the 1990s, standalone electronic MIDI controller pedalboards became widely available ... Unlike the Moog Taurus pedalboards, MIDI pedalboards do not produce any tones by themselves they must be connected to a MIDI-compatible electronic keyboard or MIDI sequencer ... In jazz organ trios, a keyboardist using this type of pedalboard will usually connect it to a MIDI-compatible electronic Hammond organ-style keyboard ...
Guitar Pedalboard
... A guitar pedalboard is a flat board or panel which serves as a container, patch bay and power supply for effects pedals for the electric guitar ... Some pedalboards contain their own transformer and power cables, in order to power a number of different pedals ... Pedalboards assist the player in managing multiple pedals ...
Pedal Keyboard - Design - Keyboards
... Pedalboards range in size from 13 notes on small spinet organs designed for in-home use (an octave, conventionally C2–C3) to 32 notes (two and a half ... Modern pipe organs typically have 30- or 32-note pedalboards, while some electronic organs and many older pipe organs have 25-note pedalboards ... the number of pedals, the two main identifying aspects of a pedalboard are (1) whether all the pedals are at the same height relative to the floor, or ...
Andy Summers - Equipment - The Police Years 1977–1984 - Pedalboards
... A custom Pete Cornish Guitar pedalboard Roland GR-300 Guitar Synthesizer Moog Taurus 205A Synthesizer Pedals ...