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Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag

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The Pedaltrain PT-Pro pedal board with Softshell Gig Bag is for players who need a large pedal board without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight ...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Pedaltrain PT-Pro pedal board with Softshell Gig Bag is for players who need a large pedal board without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight case. The included heavy duty Cordura nylon gig bag has solid panels sewn inside its walls for added strength, plus a large and roomy gusseted pouch on the exterior for your guitar accessories.


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SPECIFICATIONS
  • frame 32" x 16" x 3" weight 7 lb.
  • soft case 34" x 18" x 5-1/2"
  • weight 10 lb.
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PedaltrainPT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag
 
4.6

(based on 29 reviews)

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  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

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91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (7)
  • Amateur recording (4)
  • Home studio (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (8), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Makes my life easier

I was on the fence about this because I have a POD HD 500 which in itself is like a pedal board complete but I use a Tube Screamer clone and 5 Cable method....Read complete review

I was on the fence about this because I have a POD HD 500 which in itself is like a pedal board complete but I use a Tube Screamer clone and 5 Cable method. Setup at gigs was getting me down because it took to long to cable everything and plug in adapters. I also had issues with drunks if I play where no stage is. The five cables I use are MIDI out, Send, Return, Input, Guitar In. The cables sticking out of the front are fair game for the stomping feet of wasted people.

I mounted my POD low on the board and the connectors have clearance now. I also incorporated a mount using a plumbing flange to hold my Mic stand. The pro had plenty of room for a custom mounting of a power strip under the board and was able to have power connectors accessible from the front of the board.The connector also feeds a hardwired 15ft extension to power the strip.

My test came last weekend at a gig and I was up and running in 5min. I keep 4 of the five cables tied together (20ft in case you're wondering) and plugged into the POD and simply put the board in the case gently upside down and lay the 4 unplugged cable ends in the recessed area neatly with the extension. Flip it over and zip up and away I go. Reverse the process unpacking at the gig.

I was worried the Velcro wouldn't hold the POD but it does a great job. I make sure the weighted end of the board goes in the case so it is supported by the bottom.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great Board Bad Case

I have had this board for about a year. The board itself is incredibly durable with the aluminum frame. My complaint is the soft case. It isn't padded very well, doesn't feel like...Read complete review

I have had this board for about a year. The board itself is incredibly durable with the aluminum frame. My complaint is the soft case. It isn't padded very well, doesn't feel like it offers much protection. The zipper has also broken so I can't close it all the way. I would recommend the flight case or maybe something else if you want to get more of a year or two out of the case, because the board will last you forever.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Pedaltrain Pro with bag

By Jeff

from Hammond, IN

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Pros

  • Excellent value
  • Versatile

Cons

  • None Found

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

This board is construced very well and the bag is strong and accomodates the board with pedals attached. I mounted a BBE "Supa Charger" to power my pedals with the hardware that was included with the board. There was plenty of room to put my Wah and my 11 other pedals on the board without having them parked so close together that activating a pedal would be hard to do without stepping on a neighboring pedal. The velcro that was supplied wiith the board holds everything in place so well that I can turn the board upside down and the pedals don't budge. Very happy with this board.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love it

By alinquist

from Waukesha, WI

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Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

I switched to a PT-PRO from an SKB PS-45 4 months ago and only wish I'd switched sooner. Being able to run patch cables under the board is so much better. I went with a Pedaltrain over Trailer Trash and others because of flexibilty to change my board later on (no permanent screw holes). If you use George Ls cables, it's easy to create a really clean board with a PT-PRO even though it's not a solid surface.

I highly recommend it over a powered board like a PS-45. You can pick this and a Voodoo Pedal Power 2 for the same price.

The gig bag has been great for me so far. I prefer it to a hard case because it's lighter and easy to carry. You do have to be a little more careful with it though.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Makes my life easier

By mcuzo

from Fair Lawn, NJ

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Pros

  • Light weight

Cons

  • None I can Think Of

Best Uses

  • Performances

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

I was on the fence about this because I have a POD HD 500 which in itself is like a pedal board complete but I use a Tube Screamer clone and 5 Cable method. Setup at gigs was getting me down because it took to long to cable everything and plug in adapters. I also had issues with drunks if I play where no stage is. The five cables I use are MIDI out, Send, Return, Input, Guitar In. The cables sticking out of the front are fair game for the stomping feet of wasted people.

I mounted my POD low on the board and the connectors have clearance now. I also incorporated a mount using a plumbing flange to hold my Mic stand. The pro had plenty of room for a custom mounting of a power strip under the board and was able to have power connectors accessible from the front of the board.The connector also feeds a hardwired 15ft extension to power the strip.

My test came last weekend at a gig and I was up and running in 5min. I keep 4 of the five cables tied together (20ft in case you're wondering) and plugged into the POD and simply put the board in the case gently upside down and lay the 4 unplugged cable ends in the recessed area neatly with the extension. Flip it over and zip up and away I go. Reverse the process unpacking at the gig.

I was worried the Velcro wouldn't hold the POD but it does a great job. I make sure the weighted end of the board goes in the case so it is supported by the bottom.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Pedalboard

By Telepicker

from Aggieland, Texas

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  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

      I have 10 Boss pedals, one Crybaby, one Boss Volume/Expression Pedal, plus an additional DC power brick installed on the top, and Voodoo Lab mounted in brackets under the board. All wires and harness connections are neatly hidden, but you might take a tip & use plenty of zip ties to anchor your power cables and not bundle them as you would in a power harness. That way, if you have to replace a pedal or two, you won't have to re-route all the cables for replacing just one pedal. I love this board and it's much lighter than the wooden one I use to have all my pedals installed in. I don't think a better idea is out on the market right now.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Are you sure you need this much room?

      By reactr04

      from Washington DC

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      Pros

      • This Thing Is Huge

      Cons

      • This Thing Is Huge

      Best Uses

      • Flotation Device
      • Pedal Arrangement

      Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

      I bought this thinking "I love pedals, I play frequently, I need the USS Eisenhauer of pedalboards"....so I got it and immediately realized a need to remodel my home.

      This pedalboard is everything you've come to expect from Pedaltrain: tough, foolproof, easy-to-assemble, etc...it's just so flippin' BIG. Are you SURE you need this much room?

      If the answer is YES, buy without delay.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      AMAZING Simply put

      By Bassohollic

      from U.S. Army Afghanistan

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      Pros

      • Built Well
      • Has Everything Needed
      • Lots Of Room

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

        I love this pedal board. I got it because im working on my bass guitar pedal board and didnt realize how big this thing was... but that is not a bad thing. I can fit Eletronic harmonix pedals and my boomerang on here with 2 source audio pro pedals with lots of room for anything else!! Bottom line, amazing.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Great Board Bad Case

        By praisewithguitar

        from Augusta, GA

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        Pros

        • Board Itself Is Great

        Cons

        • Case Isn~'~~t Great

        Best Uses

          Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

          I have had this board for about a year. The board itself is incredibly durable with the aluminum frame. My complaint is the soft case. It isn't padded very well, doesn't feel like it offers much protection. The zipper has also broken so I can't close it all the way. I would recommend the flight case or maybe something else if you want to get more of a year or two out of the case, because the board will last you forever.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Pack Your Pedals Here - I did!

          By Rodney Ignacio

          from Orange, CA

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          Pros

          • Durable
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Home Studio
            • Performances
            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            This pedalboard is great. Every experienced guitarist knows that if you have a number of effects pedals, you'll probably want a board to hold them on and link to a power supply. I had a PT1 and it was a little small for my dozen or so pedals, so I sold that and bought this one. This is as big as they come.

            So, just one thing to watch for... all of these pedalboards come with 1 bracket to attach to the board for 1 power supply. If you have a Pedal Power Plus like I had, it only has 8 jacks. So, if you plan on having more than 8 pedals, you'll need to get 2 power supplies, THEN buy a separate bracket to screw your 2nd one in. Pretty straight forward. The string ties (or whatever they're called) and the velcro that come with it are great additions too if you want to secure your pedals. Make sure to get plenty of quality patch cables and you'll be good to go. I use this for my home studio, and it's an easy grab and store in the nice soft shell case for gigging if I want it. Thumbs up to the Pedaltrain!

            (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Pedal Heaven

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            I don't play out. I have about 15 pedals that I wanted in one neat space. I had a nest of wall warts and cables that I was sick of tripping over. Now I have a neat assortment of pedals with short interconnect cables & power cables hidden away. I use one Godlyke 9V wall wart with a daisy chain for my 9v pedals & a 18v for my 18v pedals. I have a power strip behind the pedal board for these 2 wall warts & 2 110 plugs for my A/D A pedals. If the pedal board was a couple of inches higher, it would give us a wider choice of power supplies. But I'm happy with it
            Not a lot of Features. Just a well made, welded frame to attach your pedals to. No power supply is included, there's not much roon underneath for one.
            Very well made, very strong angled platform to attach pedals to.
            The soft case is another thing. It's a dust cover really. Don't throw this in your van with amps & guitar cases moving around! If you travel a lot, I would look for a ATA case to fit the entire pedal board & soft case into. Or take a good look at the hard case version. If you use a case that has a lot of foam inside the top, it should keep your pedals from falling off.
            I got an open box item.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Almost perfect

            By Patcab27

            from Orange, CA

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            Once again, I love this thing and the real estate on the PT-Pro is huge. In fact, I am going to need to buy a PT-JR for smaller stages. If you want to see how your setup sizes up to any of the pedaltrain boards go to pedalboardplanner.com .

            I would suggest for anyone interested in buying this to spend the extra on the hard case.
            I love the undermounting for the Voodoolabs Power supply. It even inspired me to undermount my DI box for my acoustic which helps my packing and setup time while clearing top space.
            The frame for the board is super solid. I've cracked a few wood boards from a mix of transporting and rough shows. This has held up quite nicely. I haven't needed to rearrange pedals yet so the velcro is still holding up solid.

            I did have to dock 2 points for the carry bag. The zippers are heavy duty but the seams that hold the zippers have already ripped and I don't really over stress them. I'd suggest a hard case personally.
            Case aside, this pedalboard was totally worth it for me.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Pedaltrain Pro Board w/SS Case

            By benderb9

            from St Petersburg, FL

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            I recently purchased this as it was time to clean up the floor.With 13 pedals, and counting,it is time consuming to set up and hazardous to walk around these things set loosley on the floor.The PT Pro is exceptionaly well made,the spaces between the rails are a stroke of genius, there's plenty of velco and zip ties as well.There is plenty of room on this board and the footprint is smaller than when they are strewn about.The full rig is acceptable when loaded (mine is 25 lbs), the case is heavy grade cordura nylon with industrial strength zippers and a HD strap with metal fittings...the bag is very well made.I had a padded shoulder rest laying about that made it perfect.This is a great board at a great price...extra points given for the accessories they offer,risers for front line pedals and side mounts for rocker type pedals. Pedaltrain really came through with this, I am thinking of a smaller one to have for practices, jams ect...so I will doubtless buy more of their products.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            I'm not too impressed

            By Ruppertjiles

            from Central Pennsylvania

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            Pros: It's a large board, seems to be built sturdy, and you can route pedal connections and power cables underneath.Cons: The velcro they provide didn't stay adhered to the pedal board itself or to my effects units; very sad. The instructions provided on how to mount the power supply underneath were for another model this company makes and useless for me. I wanted to mount the power supply underneath in the center but couldn't do that due to how it's laid out so it's off to one side. I understand that they offer a hardshell case for this board at an extra cost, however the nylon case included is nothing more than a dust cover.I would have been happier if I'd bought a more expensive board with a quality and usability level more in line with what I use it for. However, if you want something that provides a lot of space for the money, don't want to buy a hardshell case, and aren't moving it around a whole lot, this might be a good board for you.

            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            PT Pro Pedal Board review with softshell gig bag

            By Joel Parkins

            from London ontario canada

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            Overall...awesome. If youre looking for a BIG board because youre a gear head like I am and you have an addiction to stomp boxes then this is your board and bag combo. I actually keeps me from from constantly searching for more pedals because I literally fit everything into it and stopped obsessing about what otehr useless noise maker I can get "oh...man you know what I need?!?!...a RING OCILLATOR"... no you dont you just need to populate this board with stuff you NEED and youre set.
            This is thing is great its huge and it fits everything i need it to fit, comes with hardware so you can mount a brick style power supply underneath which is awesome. The bag is of a really high quality construction WITH shouldher strap this is head and shoulders abouve the Gator bag of the same size which i have now and completey HATE when im in the airport trying to get from flight to flight carrying this massive bag by the handle....this might seem like a small feature but i assure you it isnt.
            I love this bag. I put all my pedals in it plus my two voodoo lab pedal switchers AND commander and there's still enough room put a mini golf course in it with a water hazard and one of those swinging totem poles OR one of those new Whammy Pedals...(see what i did there?....those things are huge and needlessly huge at that) Vey well built, the board is light and very study, the bag is made of a very heavy synthetic heavy canvas and the stitching is over done. I dont see this thing EVER falling apart.
            Great value, I kinda wish i got the hard shell one because even IT is cheap but for the price i got this one at i think i did fantastic.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Pedaltrain PT_PRO pedalboard with gig bag

            By Fotsband74

            from Port Orange, FL

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            I purchased the one with the flight case at first but it was too heavy for me, but well made. I returned it and went with the soft gig bag instead and have not been disappointed. By the way, the return and exchange to MF was hassle-free. Great customer service! I installed Velcro on the top and bottom of the pedalboard. I used the smaller Velcro hook strips to tie my cables down as opposed to tie wraps. This makes it easier to move things around and re-fasten everything in place.
            Great pedalboard. I only wish the gig bag had another smaller pocket but this would surely add to the cost.
            Very good quality, even the gig bag is reinforced and has a shoulder strap to make it easier to carry.
            The price may be higher by some standards but this is a cut above standard.

             
            5.0

            great board..love it

            By Mark

            from freeport tx

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            Pros

            • Big
            • Light
            • Lots Of Space

            Cons

            • None

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Performances

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            Love the board.. Has enough space for all my pedals.. Bought this with a voodoo labs mondo mounted under board..

             
            5.0

            Better than Building Your Own

            By Jon D

            from Ohio

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            Pros

            • Large
            • Light weight
            • Sturdy

            Cons

            • Big

            Best Uses

            • Church
            • Live
            • Performances

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            I originally intended to build my own pedalboard out of wood, but decided not to after I got half-way through. The Pedaltrain was WAY lighter than the wood, and much more sturdy.

            I wasn't sure how the soft-padded case would be, but it's a lot better than I thought. It had plastic inserts to hold it's shape, and protect your pedals. I would't fly with it, but it's great for getting back and forth between playing.

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            PT Pro

            By Pro Player

            from Independence,MO.

            About Me Professional Musician

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            Hi all, I,v been playing Guitar sence 1965 to present. This is a nice board. If you have collected more than 12 plus pedals over the years and need a place to get them out and use them again, all in one place, this board is a great choice. Fully loaded with the bag case it weights maby 25 lbs max.
            As said many times it come with enough velcro to mount anything. I have the same problum that has been stated before, The pedals tend to slip when the board is stored or moved upright.
            You/they might be able to come up with a modified rung system that has, say a type of stop system that snaps in place no matter where your pedal is. A series of holes on the face of the rungs 1 in appart would do the trick for the stops to fit in. For your Wah pedals you might be able to come up with a simple clamp system with a graber that only touches the side of the pedal. It wouldnt take much as the velcro does most of the work, it just needs a little help to make things stay put when the board is moved/stored. You could tye lock pedals to the rungs as well but there are no holes drilled for this. Just a thought. I still like the board and the sliding proublum can be solved.

            (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Large, good design, but velcro horrible

            By Ruppertjiles

            from Central Pennsylvania

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            Pros

            • Good Cable Routing
            • Light For It's Size
            • Light For Its Size
            • Lots Of Space
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Carrying Bag Only Fair
            • It Really Is Big
            • Velcro Is Very Poor

            Best Uses

            • Home Studio
            • Performances

            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            The design is solid and it's big enough to go crazy with your boxes, but the included velcro didn't stick (I let the velcro sit for several days before I put any pedals on it). I store my pedal boards on their side but after a week stored like that it started pulling the velcro away. Not in an easy to fix way either. It will all have to be removed and the surface cleaned. I didn't spend all that money so I could mess around with it this way so I went back to my old board until I get motivated to fix it. I'm disappointed and it's reflected in my overall rating.

            The carrying bag needs better and more pockets and I felt it was too flimsy.

            (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Onstage useful and practical

            By Jimmypagejunior

            from Syracuse, NY

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            I have a pedal pad giant encased model and can offer the following pros/cons comparison:PROS: Pedaltrain has great access to all cords and connections for quick diag of shorts on stage, and you can park a truck on it! pedal pad has the BEST power supply on the market (can be purchased separately from mfctr-not sure why MF is not offerring the power supply separate currently?). pedal pad has solid case, handle, etc.CONS: Pedal pad has limited access to underneath while on stage/in use. If you gotta do a super-quick wire or cord check, there is not immediate access to whatever you have stuck under those metal panels. You have to move stuff to get under them, where the pedaltrain, you can get to all of it.BOTTOM LINE: I don't carry my pedal board like a suitcase and I don't toss it around. Even if you superglue everything to the rails, the pedals will not take the shock of getting smashed around like that! I love my pedal pad, and love the customer service there. I keep the power beneath the aluminum plate shelves (offers good sheilding from electrical noise) and the guitar cords go on top. I have had gigs where I had to tear the board apart to find a bad cable- this is not the board's fault. I am also going to grab a pedaltrain board, but it will have the pedal pad power supply on it- nothing else comes close to the Power Pad II. I just ordered a second one of those, and got it in 3 days, perfect!

             
            5.0

            Last pedalboard you'll ever need

            By Pedal Addict

            from Lansing, MI

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            Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

            This thing is big enough to hold almost anyone's rig on one platform. It comes with zip ties, and more velcro than I could use on fourteen pedals. With convenient mounting brackets (free with a phone call to Pedaltrain) you can mount the Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 neatly below the surface to save space. Not touring around the world I opted for the bag instead of the ATA case, and I was not disappointed. The bag is heavy duty and reinforced with plastic panels. When I called to order the brackets for the power supply, I was greeted by the actual owner of the company. He shipped me the brackets for free and was very helpful. Overall this is a great company with a great product. I would highly recommend this board to anyone looking for a roomy comfortable pedal layout.

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