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  • sacha.guitaresacha.guitare

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 03/25/14 at 04:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have since mid 2013 I had a bcb60 and wanted a slightly bigger thing. So I tried the 688 upc.
    It is quite solid and well made for a pedalboard at this price. There are three two negative points: closures not very strong, so it is too deep obligation to use angled jacks. Personally I have divided into two parts electric and acoustic:

    electrical part:
    wah: Vox V847
    OD 1: Ibanez ts7
    OD2: boss sd1
    Distortion: boss ds1
    Tremolo: UT100 Berhinger
    delay: shoot again eagletone
    Bosst: LPB1 electro-harmonix
    noise gate: boss ns2

    Acoustic part:
    preamp / DI: Berhinger ADI21

    In common:
    Behringer TU300 tuner

    configs are controllable using a Berhinger AB100
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    I have since mid 2013 I had a bcb60 and wanted a slightly bigger thing. So I tried the 688 upc.
    It is quite solid and well made for a pedalboard at this price. There are three two negative points: closures not very strong, so it is too deep obligation to use angled jacks. Personally I have divided into two parts electric and acoustic:

    electrical part:
    wah: Vox V847
    OD 1: Ibanez ts7
    OD2: boss sd1
    Distortion: boss ds1
    Tremolo: UT100 Berhinger
    delay: shoot again eagletone
    Bosst: LPB1 electro-harmonix
    noise gate: boss ns2

    Acoustic part:
    preamp / DI: Berhinger ADI21

    In common:
    Behringer TU300 tuner

    configs are controllable using a Berhinger AB100
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  • NikoLPNikoLP

    Does the job

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 03/12/13 at 01:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Case for effects bought new in February 2013 for 39 € at Thomann

    The box itself is of good quality.
    The finish is not perfect, but for 40 € you can not ask too much.
    Pros: This model is the largest offered by Stagg, there accomodates 8-10 pedals, a power supply, cables and accessories. Comes with velcro sticker.
    Cons: the bottom surface does not adhere very well. I bought some foam to put on top and completely block the pedals when traveling. Also, you must buy the adhesive velcro because it comes not stick very well to pedals. On the other hand, I have some doubts about the life of the plastic handle given the weight to bear.

    Conclusion:
    Good product if you do not want to inv…
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    Case for effects bought new in February 2013 for 39 € at Thomann

    The box itself is of good quality.
    The finish is not perfect, but for 40 € you can not ask too much.
    Pros: This model is the largest offered by Stagg, there accomodates 8-10 pedals, a power supply, cables and accessories. Comes with velcro sticker.
    Cons: the bottom surface does not adhere very well. I bought some foam to put on top and completely block the pedals when traveling. Also, you must buy the adhesive velcro because it comes not stick very well to pedals. On the other hand, I have some doubts about the life of the plastic handle given the weight to bear.

    Conclusion:
    Good product if you do not want to invest in a € 150 pedalboard and we know what to expect at finish.
    Clearly the job (what a pleasure to arrive again and just have to connect two cables)
    I hesitated, but I would do this choice
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  • Marty62100Marty62100

    Nice ..

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 04/02/12 at 15:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pedalboard nice. The backdrop was eventually removed, the force of "DeScratcher" pedals. Overall something very practical, great and cheap but not necessarily stronger. Finally for the price, it makes it that much service. After 4 or 5 years, reinvested and off you go again! lol
  • Deuf35Deuf35

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 09/14/11 at 15:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been almost 2 years that I lug around everywhere! and he still lives!!
    A good value for money, very good even when you see the price of pedalboard.

    For cons, the velcro basic nazissime:), we must invest in the real velcro because it provides comes off quickly.

    Most:
    - Joli
    - Large (mine has 8 pedals with a wah-wah, a power supply block and a footswitch ... still!)

    The -:
    - There GAINST park, too must move the pedals once established .... because the ground support tends to delaminate over time ....
    - The height of the floor stand is a bit high ... suddenly, jack-angle required for entry for the guitar ...

    I do it again this choice?
    Bah Ah yes!
    I even opted for…
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    It's been almost 2 years that I lug around everywhere! and he still lives!!
    A good value for money, very good even when you see the price of pedalboard.

    For cons, the velcro basic nazissime:), we must invest in the real velcro because it provides comes off quickly.

    Most:
    - Joli
    - Large (mine has 8 pedals with a wah-wah, a power supply block and a footswitch ... still!)

    The -:
    - There GAINST park, too must move the pedals once established .... because the ground support tends to delaminate over time ....
    - The height of the floor stand is a bit high ... suddenly, jack-angle required for entry for the guitar ...

    I do it again this choice?
    Bah Ah yes!
    I even opted for his lil brother, stagg upc 535 for a second pedalboard lately!
    I recommend to those who have found their pedals and who does not often change place!

    8 / 10 (the price also raised the rating ..:))
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  • tof49tof49

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 06/15/09 at 05:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?:
    4 days: o)

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Plus: The attractive price, and its capacity
    The least: A quality "cheap" (which is related to the price)

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No, the others are too expensive

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Excellent: 39 euros for this case ... (I got to 34 due to an error in the stock mag ...)

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes no problem ... will just see if it holds up over time ...
    I was able to pedal in 10, plus a power strip (keeping to the max, I went another 2 more), the power supplies are in place on the mutli ... and ever…
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    - How long have you use it?:
    4 days: o)

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Plus: The attractive price, and its capacity
    The least: A quality "cheap" (which is related to the price)

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No, the others are too expensive

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Excellent: 39 euros for this case ... (I got to 34 due to an error in the stock mag ...)

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes no problem ... will just see if it holds up over time ...
    I was able to pedal in 10, plus a power strip (keeping to the max, I went another 2 more), the power supplies are in place on the mutli ... and everything is
    [edit of 02/07/09] The adhesive velcro is rotten (though made by a well-known brand) The adhesive is stuck to the pedal while the velcro him, peeling of the adhesive. Finally, I bought the double-sided super tough, I turned the old adhesive part and I glued the velcro with double-sided ... it is better bcp.
    [edit of 31/01/11]
    he is still alive. Repeat with a week to be carted, open, closed, etc ... Well, to be honest, it's not super strong. It twists, it's hard to close after some time, the velcro comes off the bottom (after I changed my pedals up almost every week ...)
    Conclusion: The quality / price ratio is still very good (because it's really cheap), I find it great for a first pedalboard. Me personal, I just bought the gator pro, to replace him, which is slightly more expensive (58 euros) but is more suited to my needs now.
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  • Kid_1604Kid_1604

    Stagg UPC-688Published on 08/06/09 at 04:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bought € 33 on dv247. The product is well positioned in the market pedalboard: rare are the pedalboard "at length", most are square and forced to put the pedals on several rows. Did not like to tap dance when it comes to change several pedals at once in concert, I prefer the format "16 / 9. It is 68cm long. Notwithstanding there is still space to put at least two rows of pedals.
    I lodge a Cry Baby wah, a Micro Q-tron, an Echo Park, a Super Chorus, a switch 2 buttons and a Powerplant to power everything. Everything fits perfectly and I have ample room to add at least 5 pedals I think, by embedding see all ...

    I joined the previous opinion on the default appearance "cheap" fairly obvious…
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    Bought € 33 on dv247. The product is well positioned in the market pedalboard: rare are the pedalboard "at length", most are square and forced to put the pedals on several rows. Did not like to tap dance when it comes to change several pedals at once in concert, I prefer the format "16 / 9. It is 68cm long. Notwithstanding there is still space to put at least two rows of pedals.
    I lodge a Cry Baby wah, a Micro Q-tron, an Echo Park, a Super Chorus, a switch 2 buttons and a Powerplant to power everything. Everything fits perfectly and I have ample room to add at least 5 pedals I think, by embedding see all ...

    I joined the previous opinion on the default appearance "cheap" fairly obvious (lack of finishing, hinges weak, adhesive Velcro-rotten ...). In the photos it looks like a flight case is extremely strong, it is not! The advantage: it is not heavy (even with the pedal it goes fast!). But nevertheless it does not bother me more than that: I just asked him to lug my pedals ... I've had several months and despite a lot together and repeated the shot is very good.
    And most importantly, what class of lugging a suitcase in his pedals Chrome <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" />
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