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- A guitar pedalboard is a flat board or panel that serves as a container, patch bay, and power supply for effects pedals for the electric guitar. Some pedalboards...
- Pedalboard may refer to: Pedal keyboard, a set of pedals analogous to a manual keyboard Guitar pedalboard, a container for guitar effects pedals...
- A pedalboard (also called a pedal keyboard, pedal clavier, or, with electronic instruments, a b**** pedalboard) is a keyboard pla**** with the feet that...
- console organs come with a wooden pedalboard pla**** with the feet, for b**** notes. Most console Hammond pedalboards have 25 notes, with the bottom note...
- keyboard controls its own division, or group of stops. The keyboard(s), pedalboard, and stops are housed in the organ's console. The organ's continuous supply...
- console and located either directly above or to the right of the organ's pedalboard. As the pedal is pressed forward with the toes, the volume of the sound...
- more octaves. The earliest b**** pedals from the 1970s consisted of a pedalboard and analog synthesizer tone generation circuitry packaged together as...
- to any hand keyboard on these instruments to distinguish it from the pedalboard, which is a keyboard that the organist plays with their feet. It is proper...
- Record for the largest guitar effect pedalboard in 2019. The rig included 319 individual pedals, 34 pedalboards, and over 500 feet (150 m) of cables....
- two manuals, a pedalboard, and an expression pedal. Both manuals have four octaves (49 notes). The organ comes with a b**** pedalboard, so that the organist...
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