We recently received a roll of Godlyke’s new Power-Grip pedal board velcro for guitarists…and well, any musician who needs velcro.
Power-Grip is about an inch wide, but that’s mostly all you need to get the job done. Following Godlyke’s directions, Power-Grip sticks really well to metal (haven’t tried plastic). As Godlyke mentions, Power-Grip needs to be attached to smooth surfaces. Wooden pedal boards, for example, are not an optimal surface for Power-Grip to stick too (you’d need to use super glue if you have a wooden pedal board).
Most pedals have smooth metal/painted bottoms, and Power-Grip excels when being fastened to the bottom of a pedal. It also doesn’t seem to leave any residue behind on the pedal. The velcro connection is very strong, between pedal and pedal board, so you can be assured that your pedals are safe and fastened to your pedal board.
Most guitarists are used to using the industrial-grade 3M dual lock velcro, which is comes in different widths and sticks to almost anything. But, you need to hit up a hardware store to buy 3M dual lock velcro. If you have a metal surface on your pedal board, Power-Grip will work perfectly for you and you can pick it up when you guy other gear at your local music store.
For more information, visit http://www.godlyke.com/_product_88356/POWER-GRIP.