DIY Up-Cycle Day 4: Wood Guitar Pedal Board

All this week, I’ve been posting about DUY Upcycling projects that my husband, Marc, and I have worked on in his home music studio.  So far, I’ve shown you how we turned a cabinet door into a shelf, repurposed upper kitchen cabinets into a compact, organizational workspace, and organized small guitar parts with recycled glass jars

Todays project was one Marc did on a whim, and it’s so easy I can explain it in 3 steps and one photo. 

Step One: Grab an old, discarded wooden shelf or other finished piece of wood.

Step Two: Apply pre-cut adhesive strips of Velcro to both the board and your guitar pedals; evenly spacing the velcro strips across the board.  If some of your pedals are wider, you may wish to place one or two pieces off center.

Step Three: Stick pedals to board.  Add cables, amp, guitar and jam! 

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This streamlined, simple board blends in with the decor of the room and keeps everything orderly, which is so important when working in a small space! Join me tomorrow for the end of DIY week, I’ll explain how we came into the fun, striped floor in this room. 

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