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Core Equipment PC95MCX Pedal Board and Mic Stand Combo
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The PC95MCX pedal board features a metal diamond plate case lined with dense foam. The included microphone stand snaps onto the center of the board a...Click To Read More About This Product
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A pedal board, mic stand, and case all in one.
The PC95MCX pedal board features a metal diamond plate case lined with dense foam. The included microphone stand snaps onto the center of the board and has a quick release. For storage, it collapses and fits in the lid and is held by Velcro closures. The angled board surface is 29-1/2" x 12" and is covered with loop-side Velcro. On the side of the board is a 3" x 12" compartment for microphone, cables, and other music equipment. The bottom of the case is covered with non-skid rubber. Exterior dimensions: 34" x 13" x 8-1/2". 22 lbs.
Also includes 25' Bullet Coil instrument cable, featuring 99.9% oxygen-free copper conductors and copper-braided shielding in a brass .44 magnum bullet case.
- Metal diamond plate case lined with dense foam lining
- 29-1/2" x 12" and covered with loop side Velcro
- Mic stand snaps onto center of pedal board.
- 29-1/2" x 12" board suface
- Surface covered in loop side Velcro
- 3" x 12" compartment for mics, cables, etc.
- Black 25 ft. Coil Cable
- Classic black color
- Oversized 33 ft. coil stretches to 25 ft.
- Brass .44 magnum bullet case
- 1/4 inch precision-machined 24ct. gold plated contacts
- Straight/straight connector
- 34" x 13" x 8-1/2"
- 22 lbs.
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The Good: The Full board is covered with loop side material. This is a VAST improvement over the cheaper Core pedalboards. You can position your pedals anywhere.The Bad: This thing is ALWAYS on backorder. If you want it after reading this, but it ASAP, or it will be on backorder again before you know it. The construction is also a little on the lightweight side. I've had mine for 6 months and nothing has broken, but I don't gig that much. We'll see how it goes.The Ugly: The construction is a little shoddy. My mic stand leaned 3 or 4 degrees, right out of the box. So did my bassists. So did my friend's. I think there's a pattern here.
It is pretty well build. You don't really want to stand on it but it is tough. The mic stand is as sturdy as any regular mic stand. I do wish it was a bit longer for a few more pedals and taller so I didn't have to take off my wah pedal to close it.