West Coast Pedal Board in Guitar Player Magazine – July 2014

West Coast Pedal Board in Guitar Player Magazine – July 2014 We’re stoked for the mention in the July 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine – Pedalboard Buyers Guide. A big thanks to Barry Cleveland and Art Thomas for thinking of us again.  Featured is a Angled Standard Series 16X28 Orange tolex board with the …

Pedalboard Power Supplies….  Clean power for your FX

Pedal Powering Devices Pedal powering devices can be just as important as the FX in your rig. This general information should help you determine what they are, why you would want to use one, manufacturers and price ranges, how to install them and some of their general features. What is a Pedal Powering Device? A …

Pedalboard Suit Case … How to…

Pedalboard Suit Case … How to… We’re gonna give you the rundown on how and what to look for when trying to build a pedalboard suit case.  Highlighting important aspects of what and where to search for, when acquiring an old case to re-apropriate for pedalboard transport.  Size, construction quality, current condition, aesthetic appeal and …

Pedalboard Standard Line, by West Coast Pedal Boards

Pedalboard Standard Line, by West Coast Pedal Boards Greetings, I would like to highlight our Standard Line of pedalboards.  Delving into this topic is important so players know what they can expect when choosing between a Custom Shop build, or our Standard Line.  How they are built and by whom, the options available, quality of …

“Why West Coast Pedalboard…?”

“Why West Coast Pedalboard?” Since our first pedalboard was created, product development was at the forefront of this mission. Experimenting with many types of construction materials, tools, procedures, different parts and pieces in such a short time span elevated our small company far past our 2 year age. Pushing that effort along behind the scenes …

“How was that sound found” … The Wah – Part 1 of more…

“How was that sound found” … The Wah – Part 1 of more… The first wah pedal was created by Brad Plunkett at Warwick Electronics Inc./Thomas Organ Company in November 1966. This pedal is the original prototype made from a transistorized MRB (mid-range boost) potentiometer bread-boarded circuit and the housing of a Vox Continental Organ …