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The great thing about a pedal board made of wood is that you can customize it anyway you want.  With that in mind I am encouraging new BugBoard owners to send pictures of their boards and any modification they may have done. Enjoy.

Aurturo - Edmonton
Aurturo - Edmonton

Aurtoro picked up his BuBoard at Stang guitars in Edmonton.

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Jai - Chesterfield MO2
Jai - Chesterfield MO2

Jai from Chesterfield Mo. show his BugBoard 2 Tier set up for his Classical gigs.

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Jai - Chesterfield MO1
Jai - Chesterfield MO1

Jai from Chesterfield Mo. show his BugBoard 2 Tier set up for his electric guitar.

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Richard BB1
Richard BB1
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Terry - Edmonton
Terry - Edmonton

BugBoarder Terry bought 2 BugBoard 2-Tier boards at the Edmonton Guitar Show . He had both his electric and acoustic rigs on one big board. He was able to break it down to 2 separate boards and not break the bank.

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Matt - Ontario
Matt - Ontario

BugBoarder Matt from Ontario has used his BugBoard Flat Top to it's maximum potential. What a great layout.

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Stained Cherry Red
Stained Cherry Red

Chris from Edmonton did a great stain job on his BugBoard. Chris also opted to use the elastic bands to fasten his pedals to the board.

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Adam - Edmonton
Adam - Edmonton

Adam is a talented solo artist and recording engineer. Adam is using velcro to attach his pedals to his board.

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Richard - Edmonton
Richard - Edmonton

Richard plays with Blue Rhythm Stew & Hudson Cruiser. Richard has one of the early prototype BugBoards. He is also using zip-ties to fasten the pedals to the board. He has even added some extra holes to get his placement just right. Just one more advantage of using wood for the BugBoard.

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