Diago Launches Pedal Risers, a Modular System for Improving Access to Pedals

Published 10 years ago on January 22, 2013

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Diago Launches Pedal Risers, a Modular System forImproving Access to Pedals -

Diago Pedal Risers are smallplatforms for raising pedals in your pedal board, to make the footswitches easy to access.

At 125 x 70 x 26mm (5" x 2.75" x 1") they are roughly the samefootprint as many compact effects, so they're perfect to raiseindividual pedals.  It's also possible to build largerplatforms, or a full width shelf to raise the entire back row ofpedals, just by placing them into your pedal board.

Constructed from black powercoated 2mm (14 gauge) formed steel,they are strong enough to hold any person's body weight withease.  They are pre-covered with the same velcro that is usedon Diago pedal boards - the top with loop material and the feetwith hook material, so that you can use them right away.

At 26mm (1") tall, they're high enough to make pedals moreaccesible, but low enough to still be able to close the lid of aDiago pedal board with most pedal types mounted on therisers.  The space underneath is also convenient for tidycable routing.

Diago Pedal Risers will be on show at the NAMMShow next week, at booth number 5868, Hall B and will be shippingimmediately after.  They retail with a USA MSRP of $8.00

From humble beginnings in a bedroom in 2005, Diago has alreadybecome the fastest growing pedalboard and pedal power solutionscompany in Europe.  We focus on no-nonsense, BS-free productsfor guitar players with a focus on quality, simplicity and resultsrather than tons of pointless features or gimmicks.

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