Tips for Pumaboard owners
Replacing your top
Here is a video tutorial on how to replace your Pumaboard’s top.
I sell adhesive-backed Velcro for this purpose. Just remember that the adhesive needs 24 hours to reach its full bonding potential. Also, when placing your pedals, pushing them down and twisting them back and forth a little “locks” them into place quite nicely. Of course, “hard mounting” with screws is always an option as well.
This is a very personalized thing. Some people prefer to have all their cables on top where they can see them or change them easily, while others like to drill holes for each pedal and route everything underneath (this makes for a very clean board). If you have chosen for me to add a hole and grommet to the top, cables can be run through there. If you drill your own holes and decide to make changes (or for any reason you need or want a new top), I can set you up with a replacement.
Power supply mounting
With room to mount a power supply underneath a Pumaboard, many techniques for mounting are available. I now offer aluminum mounting brackets for Pedal Power II power supplies. These screw into the ends of the PPII using the existing screws, then they are screwed into the bottom of your board. Very clean, solid mounting of your PPII.