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MF MD HG PlugPlay guitars ampseffects 05-26-15
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Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase  

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The PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flight Case will easily hold a wah and a dozen standard-sized stompboxes. Includes a tour-grade flight case w...Read More

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Pedaltrain's most popular model.

The PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flight Case will easily hold a wah and a dozen standard-sized stompboxes. Includes a tour-grade flight case with recessed and lockable latches and new heavier-duty handles. Case interior has additional storage space for cables, spare pedals, and accessories.


SPECIFICATIONS

PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase

  • Frame:
  • Dimensions: 24" x 12.5" x 2" Weight: 5lb.
  • Hard case 25.5" x 18" x 8" / Weight: 17lb.
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PedaltrainPT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase
 
4.9

(based on 28 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (25)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (4)
  • Compact (3)
  • Durable (3)
  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (7)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (8), Professional musician (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Doesn't get much better

This is one of the best options for pedalboards out there.

The horizontal bar design allows you to neatly arrange your pedals and hide the patch cables/power cables. I would HIGHLY...Read complete review

This is one of the best options for pedalboards out there.

The horizontal bar design allows you to neatly arrange your pedals and hide the patch cables/power cables. I would HIGHLY recommend this to anyone how travels and relies on working effects. Having pedals neatly arranged prevents failures and makes using effects more "fool-proof".

If you just play in your bedroom, this is still a good option, but maybe go for the soft case. The hard cases are beefy and overkill unless you travel with your board often.

Have fun!

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Nice board nice case one problem

Have had many pedaltrsin boards. All nice. Bought a hard case to fit my pt2, but the pedaltrsin risers for the back row of pedals, made it virtually impossible to close the...Read complete review

Have had many pedaltrsin boards. All nice. Bought a hard case to fit my pt2, but the pedaltrsin risers for the back row of pedals, made it virtually impossible to close the case. Had to return the set and go back to my mono case for my pt2. The mono is ok, but needed more protection. Gonna look in to a custom case to accommodate my board.

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5.0

Perfection!

By ToddAllenHooper

from Tennessee

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Pros

  • Sturdy Well Made Perfec

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

This is a great board, well made and looks great too, worth every penny, it holds all my pedals and now I can transport them safely. It is pretty darn heavy though. I have a bad back so I bought a small suitcase dolly that I carry my Fender Blues Jr. and this pedalboard on, otherwise I'd be sunk.

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5.0

Quality Setup

By TG Hoffman

from Kansas

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Quality Merchandise
  • Versatile
  • Well made

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Performances
  • Superior Protective Case

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

I was shopping around for a pedal board and, Pedal Train appeared to be about the best choice for my needs. I liked the powered units but, there was not enough versatality for putting together a usable unit and, some of the reviews were not that great. I kicked around going with the padded bag or the heavy duty case and, for the extra money the heavy duty case won me over instantly. I have my amp in a similiar case and, yes it does add weight just like the case that comes with this pedal board but, the protection factor far outweighs the extra weight of the case. The pedal board itself is made of a light weight metal and, very sturdy and, the hardshell flight case is all you will ever need to give protection to all your pedals. The way I feel about things is that if you are going to have something that is top notch quality made and professionally usable go first class. It's worth the extra cost that you will pay for professional setup.

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5.0

Nice board - plenty of room

By SDS

from College Station, TX

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Nice Case
  • Pedal Power-ready
  • Well Built

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

    Nice pedal board. I was undecided between this model and the PT-Jr. Went for this one to make sure the board would have plenty of room. With 8 pedals mounted, there's still plenty of room to add a wah and volume pedal later on. The effects currently mounted actually would fit on a Jr, so unless you really want to have a lot of pedals at your disposal, the Pt-Jr is probably plenty big. MF representative was very polite and helpful; shipping was super fast.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Nice board nice case one problem

    By BC 123

    from NY NY

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    Pros

    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Fx On Risers Do Not Fit

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

    Have had many pedaltrsin boards. All nice. Bought a hard case to fit my pt2, but the pedaltrsin risers for the back row of pedals, made it virtually impossible to close the case. Had to return the set and go back to my mono case for my pt2. The mono is ok, but needed more protection. Gonna look in to a custom case to accommodate my board.

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    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    How awesome could a hunk of metal be?

    By Blake T

    from Panama City Beach, FL

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durability
    • Pedal Security

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Church Related Projects
      • Gigging
      • Professional Concerts

      Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

      This is a pedalboard that can literally have the spectrum of bar use and arena gigs. It does what it is supposed to do... It holds and protects your pedals and signal chain. Need I say more?... Great product. Would recommend this over the bulkiness of a 38x18 custom board if you're active in your church as a volunteer musician.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Functional Simplicity is Hard to Beat!

      By Shoe

      from West Columbia, SC

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Both Very Well Made

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

          But is the angle right?? Just switched to this after having a Furman for 2 years. The Furman was fine, versatile, had no problems with it. But...it was FLAT, and too small. And didn't need the loops and outlets. For the rocker-type pedals like my volume and wah, flat is preferred. The other stompboxes need an angled board, so that the back row is easier to stomp. But for me, putting a 'rocker' pedal on an angled board creates too much angle when rocking the pedal back. My ankle doesn't like it! Something to think about...So, I keep my volume and wah flat on the floor beside the PT-2. The case is large enough to hold the loaded board, volume, wah, a few cords, and straps, etc.. Works for me! The boards large enough to hold everything, have too big a footprint for the stages in many places we play. Lastly, don't buy a cheap power supply! But Beware! the brackets that come w/ the PT-2 for a VooDoo pwr supply, which is what I bought, didn't fit well at all. Required extensive cutting and filing to fit between the bars and hold the Voodoo properly. (Admittedly, I am a perfectionist and ex-machinist.) 6 Boss-size pedals in 2 Rows is max IMHO. Been playing (Top 40 variety, or Contemporary Christian) 40+ years...happiest I've ever been with my pedal setup!!... Ain't cheap though!

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Built to last

          By Shawn S.

          from Lewisburg, PA

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Lightweight
          • Solid

          Cons

          • Arrived Broken

          Best Uses

          • Performances
          • Rehersals
          • Studio

          Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

          I purchased this to replace a very inexpensive pedal board case which began to fall apart within months of purchase. That being said, this is a huge upgrade, the board itself is solid and lightweight with plenty of room for all my effects and room underneath for my power supply and all the patch cables and power cables to hide. The case is extremely well built and has enough room for my board, all my cables (3 20' instrument cables, and 1 20' TRS cable) as well as my power strip and an extension chord with enough room for a standard sized wah pedal left over. My only complaint would be the fact that the case arrived with one of the rubber feet having broken off, probably in shipping. It was easily fixed but still a disappointment.

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          High quality and quick setup

          By bassman78atx

          from Austin, TX

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

          • Easy Setup
          • Sturdy

          Cons

          • Screws For Bracket Break

          Best Uses

          • Gigging Musicians
          • Performances

          Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

          Got this to hold my pedals for bass. I got the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ Power Supply and used the brackets that PT-2 provided to mount it. The screws that came with the PT-2 to mount the Voodoo to the bracket were very cheap. One broke while I was finishing tightening it. But the 3 other screws held it securely so I left it as is. Had the PT-2 up and running with the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ Power Supply and all of my bass pedals in under 2 hours (the Voodoo mounting took less than an hour and was easy with a drill).

          The ATA case is a beast. It's very heavy duty (and kind of heavy). The pedalboard itself is very strong and lightweight

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          4.0

          Cheaper than DIY

          By perry1480

          from cleveland, OH

          About Me Experienced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Pedals Easily Attach
          • Price

          Cons

          • No Custom Sizes
          • Velcro Eventually Fails

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

          I assumed early on that it was cheaper to build your own board, one that has a case and that can be easily setup... plug and play. Wrong... buying plywood, screws, paint or upholstery and a road case is WAY MORE expensive. After buying this for some students I "coach" I realized how easy it was so set up all their pedals. What took me a week and a half to build, layout, drill holes and upholster the deck, took me an hour to drill in the Voodoo labs Pedal Power, lay down the velcro, and layout my signal chain. I have a custom pedalboard made professionally and it hasn't failed yet, but the day it does, I'll be ordering one of these. The case makes it awkward to pull the pedalboard out, but it's still worth it.

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          5.0

          The most versatile board out there.

          By musiklyinclined

          from South Dakota, USA

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          Pros

          • Compact Design
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

              Absolutely love this board since the moment it arrived. The flight case is built like a brick you know what however the rubber feet on the bottom are chinsey and will probably need reinforcing one day. The board itself is like a clean slate upon which you can custom engineer your chain. Comes with plenty of hook and loop velcro for all your favorite stomps. Note this board is not powered! I personally powered mine with two Dunlop bricks tucked up neatly under the pedaltrain. Dont be afraid to drill! Make it your own.

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