Custom built DOOMBOARD with your choice of tolex, piping, corner, and slat finishing treatments. Please allow 3-4 weeks build time from the date of purchase for all custom orders.
- Tolex wrapped pedalboard of solid wood construction.
- 1/4″ box joint corners.
- Gloss jacobean or matte ebony stained and lacquered premium wood slats.
- Flat black or chrome metallic corner protectors.
- Rubber feet.
- Clearance to house power supply on underside.
- Laser etched metallic logo plate.
- Typically holds 8-12 pedals.
- 22″ long x 13.5″ wide, 2.25″ high front, 3.5″ high back.
- 3/4″ cable routing gaps between slats.
- 1.5″ power supply cable routing grommet on backside.
- Includes three 21″ long x 2″ wide strips of adhesive hook and loop tape.
- Weighs approximately 6.0lbs.
- Handcrafted in North Carolina, USA.
DOOMBOARD orders ship via Fedex Ground or Fedex International Economy. Please note that international orders may be subject to VAT import taxes which must be paid for at the buyer’s expense at the time of delivery.
Adam Hahn (verified owner) –
I had bought a pedal train board, and a gator board, but the moment i got this board i haven’t stopped using it, beautifully crafted boards, tons of space for cable management as well enough space for 12 pedals (if i could leave a photo i would) and on top of all of that its how i wanted it to look. i got the black patchwork with black hardware, and ebony just you gotta commit to the bit. love this pedal board and don’t see myself not using it anytime soon.
the only downside i had to this was the fact of it was late shipping because at the time of purchase it was early 2020 during the USPS and UPS shortages and the fact of everything was shipping slow because the world was fucked (and still is…). that being said that was out of Steve’s control. and for that to be the only downside to this is why i give it 5 stars.
Joseph Fisher-Schramm –
This is my first board, and I am so glad to have it!
I bought a pink one with gold binding. It is a handsome board!
I currently use 6 pedals and have no issue with space. But I’ve seen Doomboards chock full of pedals with enough room to properly use all of them, too, all while the board itself is still super portable.
My only warning is to make sure that, if you want to bottom-load the power supply, it will fit underneath! The first one I bought, a Truetone 1 SPOT PRO CS7, is too tall to rest underneath. It sits on top just fine, but I’ll eventually get a stumpier power supply.
The tolex and the wood look so nice, the craftsmanship is excellent, and I have no fear of anything getting damaged! It’s all smooth sailing with a Doomboard. And if it’s your favorite color, it sounds better – I learned that from JHS.
Ilias Doomriffer –
The Doomboard is the best pedalboard I’ve used. Everything about it is top quality, with plenty of room for pedals of different sizes and cable arrangements. I really like the quality of the wood used too. It securely holds pedals and look great. Aesthetic is not lacking, it’s amazing. Treat your pedals and music gear to something that’s going to treat them good right back.
Brian Tetreault –
For awhile now I’ve been using the standard series Doomboard. The build quality is top notch, now as great as the standard Doomboard is I’ve been thinking I wish my pedalboard matched my amp. My amp has has a light tan/cream colored tolex with a wicker grill cloth. Messaged Steve, sent him a pic of my amp & he suggested the tolex for the custom Doomboard & natural colored slats to match the grill cloth. My custom Doomboard arrived today & I can’t stop looking at it! Great craftsmanship I haven’t even put any pedals on it yet because it looks so good, like a piece of fine crafted furniture. I am going to put my pedals on it and wire it up this weekend but until then I’m just going to admire how great it looks