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Pedaltrain PT-JR Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag
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This compact pedalboard frame is perfect for players who want to keep their setup small and simple, or for the quick weekend jam where you need a tak...Click To Read More About This Product
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A compact, lightweight pedalboard plus a bag to carry it in!
This compact pedalboard frame is perfect for players who want to keep their setup small and simple, or for the quick weekend jam where you need a take along a few of your "must have" tones. The PT-JR includes a durable padded gig bag made of cordura nylon with adjustable shoulder strap and gusseted exterior storage pocket for cables, straps, etc.
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 pedalboard 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.
- Compact pedalboard frame
- Lightweight aluminum alloy construction
- Durable powdercoat finish
- Open frame, elevated, angled design
PT-JR Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag
- Frame: 17" x 12.5" x 2"/3 lbs.
Case: 19" x 15" x 5"/2 lbs.
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my buddy recently let me borrow his Pedaltrain Jr. for a gig. I currently have no way to organize my pedalboard, but you can bet I will buy a Pedaltrain Jr. ASAP!I am using a Whammy V4 into the front of my amp and 4 Ibanez tone-lok pedals in a square configuration, and they all fit comfortably. I velcro'd a Furman powerstrip to the back and powered my pedals with a Godlyke power-all (much better than the one-spot.)I was sold on the rugged construction, utilitarian features (such as spaces for cables to go) and the relatively low price. A must-have for the gigging musician
I checked this tank out at a local music store and for the price it is way too small, it is built with very strong metal and has the sections in btw the metal rows but your about to pay 100$$ on a pedalboard a little longer than a foot and no higher than 12 in. If you want a small pedalboard that will last, or you dont have many pedals and you have alot of cash then this for you but you can get bigger and better for much much less.
Perhaps it's a bit overpriced, but I love the small footprint of this pedal board -- no wasted space, yet it easily holds 8 normal-sized pedals.Additionally, I like that I can route the power cables underneath the board, keep the instrument cables above, and secure them with the included plastic ties. Add a power supply and you're set.
Ordered it while it was back ordered and it ended up shipping early. I got it the day they said it would be in stock (which is good). Works as described, but I found evidence of a Sharpie being used on the bottom to cover a scratch...? When it arrived, the package felt humid and smelled kinda musty, but has since "aired out." Overall I'm happy with the product and would buy it again if I had to. It meets my current needs.
I like the small footprint -- holds more pedals than my SKB did, yet takes up significantly less space.The ability to route cables underneath is a big plus. If you've ever gotten noise from power cables and instrument cables being too close to eachother, this helps elininate that. I run my instrument cables above and my power cables below.I like it does not include power. Surely they would charge more if it did. Since it does not, you can choose whichever you like best. I am using a One Spot with this and it is a perfect combination.