Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA FlightcaseSku #150582000000000 Pedaltrain 150582 HBD Pedalboards https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flight Case will easily hold a wah and a dozen standard-sized stompboxes. Includes a tour-grade flight case with recessed and lockable latches and new heavier-duty handles. Case interior has additional storage space for cables, spare pedals, and accessories.
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PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase Specifications:
- Dimensions: 24" x 12.5" x 2" Weight: 5lb.
- Hard case 25.5" x 18" x 8" / Weight: 17lb.
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Comments about Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:
Two parts to this review, the pedal board itself, and the ATA case.
First the pedalboard itself - It's solid, light weight and well built, this thing will outlast me. It easily fits my 8 pedals with some room to grow. I really like the mounting rails, the angle of the board and the space underneath. I ran my cables under the rails, which got them out of the way so they're neat, stable and secure. With other pedal boards the cables are often out in the open where the slightest nudge can disconnect something during a gig, but Pedaltrain is rock solid.
It comes with a generous supply of velrco and cable wraps. It also comes with mounting brackets for a separate Voodoo Labs powersupply, (not included) which can be mounted underneath. It does not come with cables.
Now, on to the ATA case. It is very solid and looks professional. If you're a gigging musician and want the utmost protection for moving your pedals and board, then you should consider this option. Otherwise it adds weight and bulk that you might not want. We still try to fit everything for our weekend gigs into compact car, so I am still considering whether this might actually be too big for me.