Frequently Asked Questions

Can I customize?

Yes. At minimum, you will specify the length of the pedalboard, number and location of 1/4" jacks and power outlets, location of the power switch and the type of hardwood to use on Studio models or the color of Tour models.  Further customization is also available, simply contact me to discuss.

How long does it take to get my custom pedalboard?

That really depends on how many boards I'm working on at the time of your order.  It generally takes about a week to build a board from scratch, then an additional 3 to 5 days for shipping.  But, if I'm fulfilling several orders, it will take longer.  I will give you an estimated ship date when you place your order. 

Do you stock any pedalboards?

Sometimes.  I usually build a few pedalboards each year to sell at guitar shows.  Any boards I have left over, I will sell on this site.  You can get your new pedalboard a few weeks faster if one of the In-Stock boards catches your eye.

How do I pay for my pedalboard?

Once we get your order nailed down the way you want it, I will send you a PayPal invoice that includes shipping and sales tax (if applicable).  Once that is paid, I will begin on your custom Pedalboard.  You can even get up to 6 month no interest financing for your new pedalboard.  Click the PayPaly banner for more information.

Do you take credit cards?

Yes. You can pay your PayPal invoice with Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express.

Do you charge sales tax?

An 8.25% sales tax is applied only to orders shipping to an address in the state of Texas.

How much is shipping?

That depends on where the order is shipping to.  You pay only the actual shipping costs, there are no flat rates or handling fees.  Shipping rates usually range between $45 and $65 for UPS Ground.

Do you ship internationally?

Currently, I only ship inside the United States.

Do you offer alternatives to a velcro top?

Yes, I can do an ABS plastic laminated to Baltic Birch plywood, or a solid hardwood top.  The ABS top is the same price as velcro, but a hardwood top wood have additional costs depending on the wood you choose.