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Attach unusual & circular shaped effects pedals to a Smart Track® pedalboard. Choose your quantity!
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This Velcro® fastening alternative compatible with Smart Track® and Hybrid Track® pedalboards, will attach those pedals with non-standard rectangular shape that the standard Aclam Fasteners won’t handle. Forget the sticking and start the screwing!
Aclam’s Velcro® fastening alternative can also hold those strange-shaped stompboxes that standard Fasteners fail to grasp. The main difference is that the Fastener 360º will apply pressure in any direction, while the plain option only applies pressure horizontally (same orientation as the grooves).
Made of polyamide, this Velcro® fastening alternative will slide across the pedalboard’s grooves and lock at the desired position by just using a screwdriver. The Fastener 360º has an anti-slip rubber surface to ensure the effects pedal won’t even have a scratch after fastening it to the pedalboard (at least due to the fastener).
It is important to firmly press the fastener against the pedal before fastening, as that will allow the tilting action of the Fastener 360º to hold the pedal as sturdily as possible.
If you are not sure of how many units you will need, or if don’t know if a specific pedal you own can be fastened buy the standard version or the Fastener 360º, contact us and we will be ready to help.
Aclam’s Fasteners 360º will work on any Smart Track® and Hybrid Track® pedalboards. Reuse them as many times as needed, they won’t wear off nor lose their fastening attributes. This Velcro®fasteningalternative takes care of your effects pedals while firmly fastening them to the pedalboard. Check out this and other Aclam smart accessories!
Good quality but
I wish those were easier to fix without tools, also 19e for 4 (which in theory will accommodate only 1 pedal, but with some creative thinking you can probably use 3 per pedal and fix 3 pedals with 2x sets of 4) is a bit pricey