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Pedaltrain Pedaltrain 2 w/ Hard Case
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olivier61 olivier61

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Publié le 09/13/14 à 08:31
I use it only for today, so it's very new and take in reserves. Before I had a stagg pedalboard that was worth 4 times cheaper but that was pretty bad. Velcro did not hold, either glue, the pedals were not savvy, though.

Here, the hard case is heavy, we feel that it's tough. The locks are really good. Inside the pedalboard is ensconced by the foam and there is no danger of colliding pedals.

The pedalboard itself is nickel, well suited. Velcro sticks well to the pedals and pedalboard. I only have pedals that are not well suited because the surface is not smooth underneath. Yet it fits well and I can return the pedalboard without fear that the pedals fall. I have not used the support for food, given the lack of pedals I have, I put food on the pédalborad. The cables are not troublesome they are well hidden underneath.

At the moment this is a flawless, even the price, which seems prohibitive initially justified. Once we receive the package we feel that it's heavy.
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