Pedaltrain Pro Effects Pedal Board Soft Case
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- Large pedalboard without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight case.
- Comes with a heavy duty codura nylon gig bag with solid panels for strength.
- Built strong and sturdy for timeless use.
- Patented design allows for fantastic flexibility when configuring your board.
- Used by thousands of guitarists worldwide.
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For the player who needs a large pedalboard without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight case. A heavy duty cordura nylon gig bag is included with solid panels sewn inside the walls for added strength, plus a large and roomy gusseted pouch on the exterior. Specifications:
- Frame size - 32x16x3.5 inches
- Frame weight - 7 lbs
- Case size - 34x18x5.5 inches (soft)
- Case weight - 10 lbs (soft)
- Includes mounting brackets, hook and loop with adhesive backing and zip ties
Pedaltrain are a award winning pedalboard company who create original ways to transport pedals from gig to gig. Using realiable light weight material in conjuction with their own hard and softcases for their boards, means moving your pedalboard is a simple task with Pedaltrain products.
Pedaltrain Pro Effects Pedal Board Softcase
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I am using a Voodoo Labs 4x4 power supply, but had to also get a Tripplite Isobar, 6 outlet power strip that I drilled into the upper left corner to handle a couple of the extra pedals. I plug that into the wall and then use a homemade 8" iec power plug in the Voodoo. On the pedal I was able to fit 2 Jim Dunlop volume pedals (one is for the looper), a Crybaby Wah, TC Electronic Flashback X4, Sparkbooster, Mojo mojo overdrive, Corona chorus, Hall of Fame Reverb, Ditto looper, and the Shaker vibrato. I also have the MXR flanger, Helicon Harmony pedal for vocals, a Korg tuner and an Electro Harmonix Pulsar tremolo.
(I know, I know.)
Did I mention this sucker is big? I feel like they should name it the "pedal porch". Maybe I can put a few potted plants on it.
So getting back to the question of whether or not you should get this behemoth, I will ask you, to ask yourself, "Do I really need all these pedals? If the answer is "Hell yes, I deserve them all! I worked hard for them and can now make awesome sounds!!", then by all means knock yourself out. Just don't get a hernia lugging it around and make sure you book venues with appropriate stage space. No joke.
As far as the pedal board. It is just a solid, well built, light platform for your pedals. The velcro that comes with the board is more than sticky enough to allow you to carry the pedal board upside down w/o any issues. Videos are on youtube about how to apply the velcro as well as how to best install the voodoo pedal power units. I actually have 2 PP2s mounted underneath my PT-PRO!
The size of the pedal board allows you to place tons of pedals on this thing! The only downsize of the size is the weight. Once you start adding enough pedals to fill the board, you are going to make the board pretty heavy (especially with heavier pedals like volume and wah).
The soft case is well built, The metal clasps that hold the strap are solid and won't be the failure point. I'm usually lugging this thing around every weekend and it's held up so far. The weakest link on the case are the zippers. They aren't very fluid and sometimes take a little work to get it opened or closed around the corners.
All in all, a great pedal board if you are willing to sacrifice portability (due to size and weight). Having everything on your board set without having to swap in pedals is a great thing!