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  • ProsssperProsssper

    A buy eyes closed!

    Emma Electronic AmARHyll AH61Published on 01/25/14 at 11:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I said that I have the model 44 (the smallest)

    I just got this pedalboard. (Sent by our friends Thom thom ...)

    This is my first, I was looking for one that could accommodate
    my 2 pedals boss
    my korg and acordeur
    my 2 preamp Tonebone pz-re and k & k.
    Wholesale 6, 8 pedals.


    Excellent price / quality.
    Solid, pro appearance, not cheap for a penny, interior made to treat our beloved pedals (velcro and already asked if ordered across the Rhine)

    Anyway, I would do this choice .... oh yes: o
  • gsxbobgsxbob

    THE competitor of Pedaltrain less expensive ....

    Emma Electronic AmARHyll AH61Published on 04/28/13 at 11:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this product some time ago, so not too much recoil as a strength, but given the materials, assembly and finishing, ca heavily astonish me that I have a bad surprise the cot: ca exudes strength. the pedalboard by it even has a nice and clean look, it is very rigid and lightweight, no problem either of the cot. Icing on the cake, unlike other manufacturers, the flight case is well made and seems beefier than the average, which is really significant.
    I bought it on a famous German site for the modest sum of 166 euros, far less expensive than its direct competitor in the Pedaltrain.

    On the site, they say send the PB itself up even, but in the end, when I unwrapped the beast, it wa…
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    I bought this product some time ago, so not too much recoil as a strength, but given the materials, assembly and finishing, ca heavily astonish me that I have a bad surprise the cot: ca exudes strength. the pedalboard by it even has a nice and clean look, it is very rigid and lightweight, no problem either of the cot. Icing on the cake, unlike other manufacturers, the flight case is well made and seems beefier than the average, which is really significant.
    I bought it on a famous German site for the modest sum of 166 euros, far less expensive than its direct competitor in the Pedaltrain.

    On the site, they say send the PB itself up even, but in the end, when I unwrapped the beast, it was just already installed. more than to stick the velcro on my pedals and shoo!

    I do not have a lot of pedals to ay (a tube screamer, a wha, EQ, delay, and RF system), but with this size, I was able to make while maintaining a "airy" provision all. No problem either to set below the power supply if any (a VoodooLab power 2 + for me) thanks to the velcro comes with (a large Velcro band cut out for the pedals, and a wider band to paste below its power) some plastic collars are also provided for those who want securiser their installation (as recommended in the user manual), and it must be drilled profiles but it will be no trouble to everyone, a simple drill far enough . For my part, I have drilled anything into my diet without problem with the velcro.
    Once completely installed, it is stored in the fly box that also has the mouth, and it was still offers ample space inside to slide the cables!
    Once closed, the PB is maintained in the interior, I tested by shaking the beast: it does not move, including the knobs of my pedals that have not been deregulated!
    In short, good at all for me was the quality of a Pedaltrain, but a lower price!
    Just have to see the strength in time, but I do not really worry about it, Emma electronics delivers a well finished product that exudes strength.
    I think time will confirm my choice ....
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