Pedaltrain Pro Pedalboard with Flight Case

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    Product Description

    The Pedalboard Pro is a top of the line touring rig with a stronger center reinforced frame design, more space underneath to mount power supplies, and power strips. The Pro pedalboard is a professional tour grade and is used by many of today's top guitarists. Pedaltrain is the premier innovator in guitar effects pedalboards with their award winning and patented designs at prices everyone can afford.

    Construction
    These revolutionary pedalboards are made of welded aluminum alloy tubing to ensure that every Pedaltrain is as strong and lightweight as possible. There are no moving parts to loosen or wear out. A durable powder coat finish ensures your Pedaltrain will look great and last a lifetime.

    The Pro also comes with specially designed brackets that allow you to mount your power supply to the underside of the pedalboard. The brackets fit all large multi-port power supplies.

    Available with an ATA flight case.
    While the hardshell is an ATA rated flight case with pro hardware, lockable latches and low profile wheels on one end for effortless transport. The interior storage compartment is separated by a solid divider wall. World travelers rejoice, it is worthy!

    Product Specifications
    Pedaltrain PRO HC Specifications
    • Frame: 32 x 16 x 3 inches / 7 pounds
    • Hard case: 39 x 19 x 9 inches / 32 pounds
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  1-866-787-2461 Warranty: 
    Lou LaRocco
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    Love it!
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    Just the right size for what I need. Sturdy construction and the compartment inside the case was a pleasant surprise! I have three Pedal Train boards for my music school and they are all awesome!
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    Shawn from Somers point New Jersey
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    Perfect large size board
    Your general opinion of this product.
    Great board. Simple design. Lightweight.
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    Ralph from Colorado
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    Big
    Your general opinion of this product.
    Initially I bought the Pedealtrain 2 but filled it up in no time. If you like stomp boxes buy the biggest pedaltrain you can.
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    Jimmy Johnson from Scotia, NY
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    Awesome!!!!!
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    Need I say more?... This is THE pedal board, if your gonna get one.
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    Logan from Tempe, AZ
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    Phenomenal Pedalboard though it can get a little heavy!
    Your general opinion of this product.
    PedalTrain has always been my go to for pedalboards, no matter what. The PedalTrain Pro is HUGE and has a lot of real estate for whatever size pedals you need. Sometimes if you are a pedal/effects junkie, you may have to get creative with your setup, but this is practically the end all/be all of pedal boards (Unless you need the Grande). At one point I had over 15 pedals on this board of different shapes and sizes. MXR, Line 6, Strymon, Boss, you name it. It all fit and was great to have the power supplies under the board. It was practically a plug and play setup. I now own the Pedal Train 2 and Pedal Train Jr, due to getting rid of some pedals that were no longer of any use. But Pedal Train makes a quality product and really creates the standard for how pedalboards should be crafted. WARNING: The Pedal Train gets pretty heavy with more pedals and power supplies you add! I tapped out at almost 40 Lbs worth of pedals and power supplies!
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