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Pedalbay 80, Pedalboard / PedalCase from Palmer in the Pedalbay series.


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Palmer Pedalbay 80 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Palmer
  • Model: Pedalbay 80
  • Series: Pedalbay
  • Category: Pedalboards / Pedalcases
  • Added in our database on: 09/11/2014

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Palmer Pedalbay 80 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
 1 user review50 %
jacqn09/15/2014

jacqn's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" excellent product cheap"

Palmer Pedalbay 80
My PEDALTRAIN had become too small, I went on a pedalboard of 80 cm
the choice was between the Pedaltrain (10 € in high Thotho) and Palmer
I chose Palmer and am not disappointed
Compared to the PT, the benefits are:
- Velcro already stuck on the pedalboard
- Adjustment sleepers can (very handy for smaller pedals)
- Straps to fix the power supply from below - which is sorely lacking in PT
- Adjustable feet (less useful, but good)
already used in repeats and on stage, it's perfect
great product
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crazyslap09/16/2014

crazyslap's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Okay doing some mods if necessary."

Palmer Pedalbay 80
Hi,
I replaced my Pedaltrain 2 by 80 pedalbay Palmer to be able to put my wha-wha, my volume pedal and my HF receiver.
This is an opportunity to give you a little feedback compared to Palmer.
The pros:
- Swivel and height-adjustable feet
- Distance between the adjustable bars
The -:
- No front (I used it on my Pedaltrain 2 to attach strip and miscellaneous items)
- My PSU VoodooLab was too low and suddenly I could not properly connect the power supplies

So I added a front sheet metal "grain of rice" and raised the power supply with a gutter "grommet" sticker found for not much in hardware stores.

The Challenge
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/transfert.jpg

The Tools:
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/outils.jpg

The trick to the power supply:
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/astuce_alim.jpg

The binding of the multi taken:
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/prises.jpg

The fixing of the facade after cutting (of sheet metal initially reduced to 100x20 80x7)
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/front.jpg

The pedalboard finished:
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/up.JPG
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/front%20full.JPG
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/side.JPG
http://thomas.jaegle.free.fr/Af/Pedalboard/down.jpg

Conclusion: The lack of front really problem for me but with a little thought and tinkering I am now satisfied. An outlet to plug in and I'm ready;-)
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