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Lift a single effects pedal, or your entire back row with a Diago Pedal Riser. Diago spent about a year (yes, a year) working out the best way to solve the common problem of raising your back row of pedals. >More
A Diago Pedal Board is the most convenient way to organize, protect and transport your effects pedals. It combines a lightweight and roadworthy pedal board and hard case, making it ideal for transporting your gear between home, gigs and practices. It makes set-up and take-down quick and easy, and is great for storing your pedals at home, so that they can be neatly hidden away from your wife/mum/significant other. >More
The Diago PS01 Powerstation is the ultimate pedal board power supply. It will power from 1 to 30 pedals without noise or hum. >More
The Diago Patchfactory allows you to build custom length patch cables, without additional tools or specialist skills. Anybody can build a flawless cable. Strong, reliable connections are a result of using a finer screw thread and the use of a coin slot cap head for greater tightening force. >More
The Diago Commuter features a 12mm thick HDF board, with a tough, satin black coating for years of use on the road. They added 6 rubber pads, for high rigidity and to distribute weight evenly for a sturdy, solid feel. >More
The Diago Micropower9 is a smaller version of the Powerstation. Using the same low-noise digital technology as its bigger brother, the Micropower9 is perfect as a direct universal replacement for hundreds of other proprietary bulky and ugly wall warts, as well as being ideal for smaller pedal boards of up to 6 pedals. >More
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