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Postby falcon1 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 1:31 pm

Does someone has experience of the manuals from ?
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Re: pedamidikit manuals

Postby rtucker9 » Wed Sep 28, 2016 6:47 am

Hi Falcon1, good day. I have bought from and recommend them. The man I bought it from at pedamidkit was Allesandro Alfieri, and all told I spent about $1300 for a 32 note radiating pedalboard, comes unassembled from Italy, but very easy to assemble. All I needed was some screwdrivers and some organ shoes (well, and an organ bench as well) :) You can see a picture of my pedalboard if you go to this link


Please let me know if I can answer any other question!
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Re: pedamidikit manuals

Postby fermata » Wed Nov 09, 2016 6:29 pm

I almost bought a BDO pedalboard from Alessandro, too, but in the end, I chickened out. I was too scared that I would not be able to assemble it myself. Your pedalboard looks beautiful, and I love the arced board at the top, above the sharps, it's a nice finishing detail. You could have bought the pedal shoes from Alessandro, too. Are you located in the States, rtucker? How did the shipping/customs/import duties work out?
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Re: pedamidikit manuals

Postby scottherbert » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:24 am

fermata, if I may, since you have so many concerns, perhaps you should consider spending the few extra $ to get your keyboards and pedalboard from Classic Midi Works in Canada. I have no ties with them other than that's where I got my system. Shipping isn't cheap, but it comes assembled, plugs together, and works right off. Easy peasy, rice and cheasy! There's a lot to be said for that kind of completeness and compatability, as well as ease. No adapters, no compatability issues, and it's designed for Hauptwerk!

Just my 2 cents,
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Re: pedamidikit manuals

Postby johnsf » Sat Nov 04, 2017 9:24 pm

I'm looking at pedamidikit pedal boards too, and wonder if you think yours is sturdy enough to stand on its side against a wall when not in use (I have a tight space that I share). I'm looking at the BDO, so I think this would be less awkward than the radiating AGO to do this with length of pedals parallel to the floor. Perhaps it would sturdy enough if I glued it together in addition to the screws? Thinking about bench options too. What were you using in the picture? Did you ever find something more permanent?
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