Here are some possible solutions:
- DIY Modification: You could modify your Pedaltrain, but we do not have a kit for that. Supplies for this are available at your local hardware store. You will need to drill out the rivets that attach the plactic feet to the bottom of your pedal board, replace with taller feet, and re-rivet. Be careful that the modified height of your board doesn't exceed the height of your case.
- Top Mounting: You could top mount your power supply like a pedal using the included hook-and-loop or zip ties to attach it. This solution would work best for Metro 20 and Metro 24 pedal boards.
- Upgrade to an Incline Board: The smallest elevated Pedaltrain is the Classic Jr. Consider this model and the VDL-MK mounting brackets for a secure connection.
- Pedaltrain Spark: Consider Pedaltrain Spark for these flat Pedaltrain boards. Spark was developed to fit under all Pedaltrains, mounts without drilling in 60 secs, and powers up to 13 pedals out of the box. https://pedaltrain.com/products/pt-spark