Our Type-H bracket is constructed of robust 14-gauge steel with a durable powder-coat finish. The mounting hole is countersunk for optimal pairing with common enclosures. The open end slot allows quick removal from the board without completely removing all screws.
For added versatility and easy set up, we've assembled hardware packs specific to different types of enclosures.
Hardware Pack 1
Everything you need for pedal enclosures with countersunk bottom-cover screws. These common enclosures are used by mainstream brands, such as MXR and Electro-Harmonix, as well as hundreds of small boutique brands.
Hardware Pack 2
Includes spacers and feet for use with many wah, volume, and expression pedals as well as other enclosures with flat sheet-metal bottom covers. Also see our Type-S slotted brackets for this type of enclosure.
Hardware Pack 3
Includes special replacement screws and spacers for Boss, Maxon, Ibenez, and other brands using similar enclosures. Allows mounting without removing the factory rubber base plate pad (shown right).
- 14-gauge steel
- Black powder-coat finish
- All hardware packs include #6 wood screws with retaining washers
- All hardware packs include 3M Bumpon feet (for spacing below pedal)
- Hardware packs include all parts shown in the corresponding photos
- Manufactured in the Kansas City metro area
- 5-year warranty
- Bracket Dimensions: 0.83" Long X 0.5” Wide X 0.08" Thick
- Countersunk hole works with #4, #6, and #8 screws and metric equivalents
- Bracket Weight: 0.1 oz.
- Average Package Weight: 0.8 oz.
Q: What can I mount with each Type-H package?
A: We recommend using four brackets for expression pedals and similarly sized units. Smaller units can be mounted safely with two brackets in opposite corners. Each package includes four brackets and includes hardware for one large pedal, or you can split the pack between two regular-sized pedals if desired.
The Type-H Bracket can also mount some extra-large switchers and control units. These units sometimes have six or more bottom screws, which can be used to mount additional brackets for extra support.
Q: What tools are required?
A: Pre-drill the mounting holes in the pedalboard deck for best results. A basic hand drill is adequate. A 3/32" drill bit is ideal for the included #6 wood screws. Pre-driving the screws once (without pedals) is also helpful. After that, pedals can be quickly mounted and removed with a standard Phillips screwdriver.
Enclosures most commonly use basic Phillips head screws. However, mounting some pedals will require alternate sized Phillips bits, flat head bits, or even specialty bits (TC Electronics).
Always install enclosure screws by hand to avoid damaging the pedal. A drill gun should only be used for mounting wood screws in the pedalboard deck.
Q: Will I need to source additional parts?
A: We've assembled hardware packs to facilitate quick and easy installation with thousands of common enclosures right out of the box. Still, with the huge variety of enclosures on the market, many of us will find a tricky-to-mount pedal in our collection. Some pedals require longer-than-stock screws to accommodate the added thickness of the brackets. Conversely, replacing screw-on expression pedal feet with brackets may require shorter screws or taller spacers.
Q: I need different hardware, what do I do?
A: Be sure to browse all of our bracket models and hardware packs for the best match for your enclosure.
We are continuing to work out new hardware packs for special enclosures. If you have a tricky one that requires an alternate screw or spacer, we'd like to know about it and can hopefully help you find a solution.
It's sometimes possible to find the proper screw or spacer at your local hardware store. However, source screws with caution since the wrong threads can greatly damage the enclosure. Carefully installing replacement enclosure screws by hand will protect against this risk.
Q: Can I mount pedals to a metal board like a Pedaltrain?
A: Our hardware packs include mounting screws for wood pedalboard decks. Mounting to a Pedaltrain or similar aluminum board may be possible using machine screws backed with a washer and nut, but this would be a slightly more technical procedure best attempted with some similar experience. We do not currently offer hardware or support for this type of mounting.
Q: This looks too complicated. Can I send in my gear for mounting?