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Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedal Board
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The Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedal Board is engineered with a new center-reinforced frame design and more space underneath to mount power supplies and power...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedal Board is engineered with a new center-reinforced frame design and more space underneath to mount power supplies and power strips. Comes in an ATA-rated flight case with pro hardware and low-profile wheels on one end for effortless transport. The interior storage compartment is separated by a solid divider wall.
- Center-reinforced frame design
- More space underneath to mount power supplies and power strips
- Comes in an ATA-rated flight case with pro hardware and low-profile wheels on one end
PT-Pro Pedal Board
- Dimensions: Frame: 32"W x 16"D x 3"H; Weight: 7 lbs.
Case: 39"W x 19"D x 9"H; Weight 33 lbs.
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This thing is awsome more than enough room for everything you would want to put on it. Side compatment on case hold's straps cord's ect. Very good value ATA cases are very expensive. Well built road ready the wheel's are also a nice touch. The only down side to this thing is it is heavy wheels take care of that.
This board is the best you will find. If you were to buy this case from anyone else it would cot you more than this by itself. The board is made of metal strong and light weight. The included velcro is the best stuff almost too good very hard to remove pedals after you put them on the board. There is also a compartment that will hold cords straps picks. There is also room for stuff under the board while in the case as the board is built at an angle slopeing uuward from the front to the back. You get this thing you will be happy very happy. Pro gear all the way. The other guitarist in the band uses the pt2 189 and worth every penny also.