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Core One Pedal Board with Mic Stand
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Large 29-1/2"W x 12"D pedal area is angled for access and visibility. The entire board surface is covered in loop fabric to grip pedals. (You provide...Click To Read More About This Product
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Large 29-1/2"W x 12"D pedal area is angled for access and visibility. The entire board surface is covered in loop fabric to grip pedals. (You provide the hook material.) The interior is lined in foam rubber and has a 3" x 12" mic and cord storage area. The mic stand fits in the center, has a quick-release grip, and stores in the lid. Rugged steel diamond plate exterior with locking latches and nonskid rubber bottom. Exterior: 33"W x 6"H x 12"D. 16 lbs.
- Mic stand and pedal board combo
- Slightly angled pedal board for easy access and visibility
- Dense foam-rubber lined interior
- Velcro-style cloth covered pedal area
- Extra room for mics and cords
- Rugged steel diamond plate exterior
- Nonskid rubber bottom
- Locking latches
- Pedalboard surface area: 29-1/2"W X 12"D
- External dimension: 33"W x 6"H x 12"D
- 3" x 12" mic and cord storage area
- Weight: 16 lbs.
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This would be the perfect pedal board/mic stand combo if Core's R&D department would actually try putting various combinations of pedals in it, and see that the mic stand does hinder putting some pedals (especially wah pedals) on the board. It is a little flimsy also, and the accessory (dugout)compartment could stand to be about 1 inch wider. Here's how to fix it to make it the perfect peadal board. 1. Remove the stand holders in the lid and carry the mic stand separately. 2. Cut a slot out (if you need to) to fit your wah pedal. You may have to put a spacer board under your wah to make sure your input and output jacks clear the top surface of the board. 3. Drill a couple of holes in the pedal surface and shoot some Tuff Stuff foam inside to fill the hollow space under the pedal board. This will harden and siffen up the surface and it is lightweight. After doing this, you will have the perfect pedal board/mic stand combo. You all are welcome!
This is like getting three items in one! I not only get to carry my mic, cables, and pedals in one place, but it comes with a stand that is one of the best I have used. I really like the tilt on the pedal board. I put velcro on the bottom of my pedals and they held in place.I'm pretty active when I play. I sing backup. I found the pedals within easy reach.
Man - I tried to build something like this for myself a log time ago. This is the kind of thing that makes me feel that these companies are really players. I can scratch my itch...a solid case the hinges are super strong.
There's a reason this product is not displayed with pedals. its actual space is very constricted, particularly if you have a wah and/or a volume. You have to put a lot of thought into organizing your pedals to make it work. Wahs and large pedals will not line up with the mic stand barrel mounts, I had to basically pull the unit apart and redesign the interior. It still has problems, but at least it closes. Forget using velcro strapping to mount the pedals, get ready for some work hard mounting them to the base. The concept is practical but the additional effort required to get the product functional is not for your basic casual player.
...the pedal space is not the area they claim. It is actually invaded by the stand mount. If you have stomp boxes it should work fine, but, if you have a one piece floorboard, it won't' fit.
The mic stand is okay, not super-sturdy, wobbles back and forth at the base. My Vox wah just barely fits around the mic stand storage, and my Ernie Ball volume will NOT fit. The velcro doesn't hold super-well, but it does the job. I'd be more pleased if there was a space on the right-hand side where a volume and wah pedal could sit. In fact, I'm planning on hacking it apart and doing just that with it. The case seems fairly solid, hinges and latches are okay. Better than a home-built, but definitely not the best thing out there.
I have a regular Jazz night I do every week, this is seperate from my other classic rock band once a month where I haul a lot of stuff. I only need one mis stand and a few pedals so this took the place of 3 things I had to carry in to the show. A big plus is for what this case is I found it relatively light for being metal. I think its pretty cool. I dont know about all of them but my mic stand tightens with what looks like a bicycle quick release bar - clever and it does the trick.
First, the mic stand is cheap and doesn't tighten.If you have a wah in your collection the lid won't fit because of the mic stand storage area. There needs to be some reinforcement under the pedal suface so the mic stand doesn't wobble and hit you in the face when you engage a pedal. The construction of the box is poor. It's not sturdy at all. The price is a rip off!! You can build something yourself that's stronger for a lot less money. Look elsewhere.
This board does have a few things that have made my gig experience better. For one the mic stand can be put together in no time. I can fit most of my pedals and cords in here easily. I took liberty to cut into the board on one side and put my power supply under the pedals this helped with space. the bottom line here is I didn't have to pay a fortune for a board that doesn't do everything I need. I am buying 2 of these with different set ups for different gigs. it is worth more than the price and of course the guys at MF were a big help in getting more info on it. I am off to jam...