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    When I got my Novation Impulse 49 midi keyboard, I bought a cover from LightWing Studios, intended to keep it from getting dusty when not in use.

    Recently I contacted them and asked if they could make something similar for my Pedaltrain Jr. pedalboard.

    I have a puppy who was always stealing the dishtowel I was using to cover it (I always leave it set up).

    I exchanged a few emails with the owner, sent measurements, and eventually spoke to him. They made a nice cover for me and then let me know that they were launching this as a new product line.

    Well worth the cost, in my view.

    http://www.lightwingstudios.com/PedalShield.html
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    Default Re: PedalShield

    I just cover mine with a dishtowel. Originally my dog thought it was a new dog bed and kept trying to lay down on it, but she seems to have figured it out.
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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    I just cover mine with a dishtowel. Originally my dog thought it was a new dog bed and kept trying to lay down on it, but she seems to have figured it out.
    my 2yr old kid seems to think mine is a place to sit when shes not playing with the knobs and changing all the settings

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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Id Ike to see someone invent a shield for gigging. Similar to a sneeze guard on the salad buffet.
    I cant even count how many times someone has accidentally stepped on a pedal or splashed beer on my board.

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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Quote Originally Posted by Gtrjunior View Post
    I’d Ike to see someone invent a shield for gigging. Similar to a sneeze guard on the salad buffet.
    I can’t even count how many times someone has accidentally stepped on a pedal or splashed beer on my board.
    I know a guy that has his board covered in plastic. It's even sealed around the cables.

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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Quote Originally Posted by dg27 View Post
    When I got my Novation Impulse 49 midi keyboard, I bought a cover from LightWing Studios, intended to keep it from getting dusty when not in use.

    Recently I contacted them and asked if they could make something similar for my Pedaltrain Jr. pedalboard.

    I have a puppy who was always stealing the dishtowel I was using to cover it (I always leave it set up).

    I exchanged a few emails with the owner, sent measurements, and eventually spoke to him. They made a nice cover for me and then let me know that they were launching this as a new product line.

    Well worth the cost, in my view.

    http://www.lightwingstudios.com/PedalShield.html
    The website didn't have a pic. Can you post one?
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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Here's mine with and without. The material is sort of satin-like and I believe water resistant.

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    '99 Fretless MIJ Fender Precision/'87 MIJ Fender Squier Jazz hybrid w/SD QP for Jazz
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    It would be cool if it were translucent, so you could still use it if it was drizzling out.
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    Default Re: PedalShield

    Don't know if that material can be made translucent.
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    '14 Fretless Warmoth Custom T w/ SDCS Stack for SCPB N & B

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