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EffectsBay.com announce the Pedal Label System

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EffectsBay.com announce the Pedal Label System

If you’re like me you either groan when the dials on your guitar effects pedals get knocked accidentally (losing those vital settings!), or you use scrappy looking masking tape to quickly scribbling urgent settings as if drawn by a four year old.

The good news is that EffectsBay.com have released the Pedal Label System.

…a great idea and to finish with; they’re very cheap to purchase…

What is the Pedal Label System?

The Pedal Label System are labels designed to quickly and cleanly allow you to mark the stings of your pedal knobs.

The best part is that they allow guitarists to easily remove the labels in the future, peeling off in one piece leaving little to no adhesive on the pedal.
EffectsBay.com - Pedal Label System

Labels for all pedal types?

I was so pleased when I received my labels through the post. The pack contained numerous quantities to suit many pedal types, including labels for BOSS 4-Knob, BOSS 3-Knob, MXR 2-Knob, MXR 3-Knob and even a load of individual pedal-knob stickers for those somewhat random effects pedals.

After spending a morning tweaking my pedal board, I finished it all off by applying the MXR 3-Knob sticker direct on my Carbon Copy and using the individual pedal-knob stickers for my Moollon Signal Boost and BB Preamp Overdrive.

Gone is the messy masking tape!

The aspect I really like about the labels is that multiple settings can be applied on the same label. Let’s say you need one setting for one choice of amp and another setting for another amp; simply use different colour pens for each amp and you’re done.

All in all, a great idea and to finish with; they’re very cheap to purchase.

Head over to www.pedallabels.com and buy a load and smarten up your pedalboard or visit the awesome guitar effects blog, Effects Bay.

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