Nah, where there's a will, there's DAMN WELL a way. I believe the pedaltrain boards all have those round rubber feet on the corners. I'm not sure how those attach exactly, but I'm assuming it's with screws through the rubber feet. With a quick search, I found these at Amazon.jangle wrote: ↑Thu Oct 22, 2020 2:18 pmI'm guessing I'm not the first to discover this ex post facto design limitation the hard way. I'm guessing I'm not the first to resent such a trifling incompatibility. I'm guessing I'm not the first to shrug my shoulders and cough up for a new pedalboard merely to get the additional clearance of a fraction of an inch with all other conditions remaining the same.
https://www.amazon.com/Large-Extra-Tall ... 00S2D3FPY/
Maybe those aren't tall enough... or not the right size? Cheaper and (maybe) easier fix: get a bunch of galvanized washers about the same diameter as the rubber feet. Find a longer screw of the same size. Use a hacksaw to cut it to the proper length if necessary. If you can't find a screw like that... find ANOTHER screw. Drill a hole all the way through the boards corner and insert the screw through the top of the board with a nut inside the rubber foot, probably use washers between the screw head and board, and the rubber foot and board.