Room for 5-6 pedals, comes with soft case.
I use this pedalboard for almost 1 year and I must say I am satisfied. The frame is solid, the exhibits are good, the velcro is given in sufficient quantity so no worries. The soft case is very good, it effectively protects your pedals. I use a garland power having 5 terminals with a beefy power supply and everything works the hair, really for small concerts is the top. What I like about him? Lack of space! This is not a joke I assure you! The fact that there was little room should select our things with care and therefore not going overboard pedals that tempts us so much. My only regret is not being able to spot a wah pedal on it ... In hindsight I would do this choice!
I've had a few months after moult times change config and board, now that I am in final config I invested.
I had behringer boards and gator before it.
Simplicity and robustness perfect, the bag is of the highest quality and practicality (except the strap brackets, wrong place, but I sewed my own and my own strap brackets).
Price / quality ratio for goodness sake! This is what is better and more practical so I would do this choice, but why pay for a product as simple and inexpensive to produce as much? Least 3 for it, yes I know it's hard but I do not like *****! We pay the idea and the brand, but it's starting to get old ... When is a competitor with equivalent products story we have a little competition to calm Pedaltrain?
I wanted a small bracket to hold the few effects that I have.
It is lightweight, transportable thanks to its good cover well padded.
There are plenty of scratch to make several batches of pedals.
It is true that at the base, it's quite expensive but the quality is there!
I just made the cut under the pedals for a supply squeeze in Cioks DC8, and I can tell you that it's damn solid!
I wonder why they have made a solid pedal if ... Even jumping in with both feet on a pedal, it will not twist the Pedaltrain! I would have preferred less reinforcing this to avoid all this tinkering for my diet.
It seems to me that the price has dropped, so it's worth a look if you want to squeeze in 4-5 pedals standard format.
I highly recommend if you have some pedals to carry!
I just fall for this new model in the range Pedaltrain.
This model is "radically" different from other models and its advantages are its flaws (not that good French, but briefly).
Basically, the advantages are:
- A flat surface (no inclination, as on other models, which in my opinion, there was no point because the angle was too low) and less high than the other models
- A very shallow depth, which allows for a row of pedals (which is handy for dyslexics foot like me)
- A little "sign" on the front of the pedalboard (facing the audience so) can "protect" the pedals and power jacks kicking nuisance to the public (because everyone knows that the public likes kicking of rooks in the gear of musicians)
The disadvantages are directly related to these benefits:
- No room under the pedalboard to place a power supply, however small it (the little pads that underlie the structure are just high enough to allow a jack ...)
- A small storage space: the width is 51 centimeters, which allows you to place 5 Boss pedals type, or possibly six, with flat jacks placed pedals and shift to the jack sockets are not the same height. Personally, I place a TimeFactor Eventide, a Maxon, a Boss, Jacques and a Guyatone. I also place a power Fuel Tank Junior, placed vertically against the bottom panel, power cables placed up (I know it's not terrible terrible, but good). In short, if you have not understood this pedalboard is designed for musicians with little stuff.
The PB comes with velcro strips, efficient enough, and a cover, very solid and interesting than the other models, to the extent that:
- The strap can carry all on the back (more convenient than the model that messes up Junior's shoulder still good when you have a long way to walk)
- The bag is better adjusted to the PB, it is better calibrated and less fleet, but when I get to be the same store a few meters of cable, a small expression pedal and a Digitech FS3X (still, not bad , not mine)
- There is always an outside pocket which can put extra stuff (FYI, I set my preamp that should be something like 20cm * 15cm, and there is still room for small accessories).
Overall, everything tidy and rigged, the whole gives an impression of safety and soundness than other versions, including the Junior version that I have also, and more and is much more transportable. Inevitably, it is not suitable for pedalboard sickly Forum Pedalboard and Rack ( http://forums.audiofanzine.com/index%2Cidtopic%2C54059%2Cidpost%2C%2Chighlight%2Cgrozeil.html ) who must lug around 80 pounds of gear for each trip ...
I can understand that some may find it expensive, but personally it's a luxury that I do not deny my stuff.