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Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag
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Pedaltrain's flagship model pedal board is a full 24" wide and easily holds a wah plus a dozen standard-sized stomp boxes. Comes with a tough cordura...Click To Read More About This Product
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Lightweight pedal board holds all your pedals and comes with a gig bag!
Pedaltrain's flagship model pedal board is a full 24" wide and easily holds a wah plus a dozen standard-sized stomp boxes. Comes with a tough cordura nylon gig bag with highly protective panels incorporated into the top and bottom to keep those valuable pedals safe.
Each Pedaltrain frame weighs less than the same size piece of 3/4 plywood, thanks to its lightweight aluminum alloy construction with a durable powdercoat finish. There are no moving parts to loosen or wear out.
The open-frame, elevated, and angled design provides added flexibility when configuring the layout of the effects. Your connecting cables can be neatly routed over, under, and through the open slots in the top surface area of the Pedaltrain pedal board to keep the risk of possible accidental disconnection to a minimum. Pedals may be added, removed, rearranged, or bypassed quickly and easily.
Includes plenty of industrial-grade, adhesive-backed, hook-and-loop material, along with detailed instructions to make setup fast and efficient. You can easily and securely mount virtually any effects pedal, volume or wah pedal, or other device, such as a pedal power supply, channel switcher, power strip, direct box, or wireless receiver.
- Lightweight aluminum alloy construction
- Durable powdercoat finish
- Open frame, elevated, angled design
PT-2 Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag
- Frame: 24" x 12.5" x 2"/4 lbs.
Case: 26" x 15" x 6"/3 lbs.
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Just recently purchased this through MF.com. I wish I had done it sooner. Our band rehearses in NYC and I have to take the train from Jersey. It's usually a pain lugging all my stuff in. This product changed all of that. The frame is very light but extremely strong. The velcro that is included has kept ALL of my pedals in place. Not one has fallen off or even moved in transit. This also makes my set up so much quicker due to the fact I can keep the pedals chained up when not using them. Certainly worth every penny.
I received my Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard Refurb with Softshell Gig Bag last week. I have wanted a new pedalboard for quite some time now & have hit the jackpot with this product. This ROCK SOLID board was easy to set up with the pedals that I own. The Velcro provided has locked my pedals to the board so tight that removing them will take some muscle power. The 24 inches of space is more than i needed currently but now has me shopping for some new effects. Buying the "Refurb" has saved me a substantial amount of money. While I am completely impressed with the board itself, I am equally impressed with the Softshell Gig Bag. This QUALITY bag is constructed to the highest standards. The main chamber is big enough for your loaded board, cables & other extras that you want to take along. Other features... Cool two piece into one handle, heavy duty (Upward Facing)zipper, shoulder strap, Front expandable protected pocket. If you are in the market for a pedal organizer of the BEST QUALITY, Put this in your shopping cart!!
I always wanted a Pedaltrain, but thought that the price was a bit much, especially since I really needed two of them. When the folks at Pedaltrain wisely decided to make soft case versions available, I quickly snagged two of them. Unless your pedalboards are getting thrown around, you really don't need the hard case. Since I always carry my own pedalboard, the soft case was perfect. Plus, Pedaltrain said I could purchase the hard case from them at a later time if I wanted it. John Chandler, the founder of Pedaltrain, is also a great guy to talk to and was very helpful in the decision making process. If you call the company, chances are you'll talk to the President. How's that for service?