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#1 2011-08-16 18:14:26

Adolph Namlik
Executive Director, The Modern Vocalist World
From: "No Name", New York
Registered: 2008-11-15
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Mic Stand mounted "tray/shelf" for Vocal Pedals

Does anyone have an idea where I can locate a "tray/shelf" that mounts to a mic stand and holds vocal pedals ? I have searched every supplier I know of as well as doing extensive searches.....
Some of the buttons on my pedals are TOO SMALL to work with my foot and I change EFX often. My current pedal board doesn't "cut it" any longer.....

I've noticed them in a couple of videos and they are similar to a percussion table. Obviously, they MUST tilt at a downward angle and the percussion tables aren't designed as such.

I've considered building my own, however, I'm unable to locate the appropriate clamps, etc., as well.

Any help would be sincerely appreciated.

Thank you....
Adolph


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#2 2011-08-20 16:41:50

ronws
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Re: Mic Stand mounted "tray/shelf" for Vocal Pedals

Slightly off-topic. If you do succeed in designing a shelf for effects that clips to or mounts on the mic stand, you should patent that, and quickly. Then, make a few, sell a few, then shop it to a big company and lease the patent.

Tom Scholz of the band Boston did that with his stomp box, Powersoak. His signature sound was a combination of single-coil pick-ups and his own Powersoak box. And it was essentially an easily overdriven pre-amp.


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