Diago Commuter Pedal Board with GigBag
The Diago Commuter Pedal Board is the perfect choice for guitarists on the go who don’t need a massive board or a cumbersome hardshell case. The Commuter pedalboard includes an ultra-rugged gigbag that will protect your pedals from the elements. Diago makes the Commuter out of 12mm thick HDF board, with a tough, satin black coating for years of use on the road. 6 rubber pads provide high rigidity and distribute weight evenly for a sturdy, solid feel.
Diago Commuter Pedal Board Features
Just the right size
- Compact yet very useful, this pedalboard can hold up to 10 Boss-sized pedals
- Convenient handle built into the HDF board allows for easy carrying without interfering with pedal real estate
- Includes 6.5 feet of premium pedal Velcro
- Pedal mounting surface is 19.25 x 10.25 inches
- Includes sturdy padded gigbag with deep pocket for accessories
The Commuter is both compact and portable, but is still a very useful size. It will hold up to 10 Boss-sized effects pedals, plus a Diago Powerstation or Micropower9 power supply. Crybaby-style wah pedals fit perfectly. Diago has also added a deep pocket with zip closure on the front of the case, for your cables and other loose accessories, phone, or even a netbook computer.
Secure Hook and Loop pedal fixing system
The Commuter features the very same super-grippy pedal carpet Diago uses on their hardcase pedalboards. Unlike some poor-quality carpet, theirs does not deteriorate or become fluffy with repeated removal of pedals - it'll remain grippy for the lifetime of the board. Each Commuter comes with 2m/6.5’ of Diago’s self-adhesive pedal tape.
Protect your pedals, wherever your music takes you
The Commuter's rugged carry case features a dense EPE foam shell and a hard-wearing 600 denier fabric covering for both impact and scratch resistance.
Heavy duty zips and robust ABS clips keep your gear safe and secure. The gigbag also features a carry handle and padded shoulder strap, both made from chunky nylon webbing. There's a reason this is used on mountaineering rucksacks - it's simply best material for the job.