Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag  

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The Pedaltrain PT-Pro pedal board with Softshell Gig Bag is for players who need a large pedal board without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight case. The included heavy duty Cordura nylon gig bag has solid panels sewn inside its walls for added strength, plus a large and roomy gusseted pouch on the exterior for your guitar accessories.

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PT-Pro Pedal Board with Softshell Gig Bag Specifications:

  • frame 32" x 16" x 3" weight 7 lb.
  • soft case 34" x 18" x 5-1/2"
  • weight 10 lb.
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Great Pedalboard, Terrible Case, Super Heavy!


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Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag:

The Pedaltrain Pro is the flagship model of pedalboards, boasting the most pedalboard space of the entire line. The design of the board is just about perfect, with ample room up top for tons of effects (I think I've fit 18 on there before). The space underneath is also more than enough to fit two pedalboard power supplies (such as the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ or BBE Supa Charger), one pedalboard power supply and a surge protector, or anything else you could cram down there.

One glaring downside to the softcase version of this board is that the board is extremely heavy once you have loaded it up with pedals and cables. The shoulder strap is all but useless unless you like having extreme pain while your much lighter guitar digs into the groove that the pedalboard left. The hard-cary strap isn't much better as the case will stretch and eventually start to rip at the seams from the extreme stress being put on it. It's also not much fun trying to one-hand this thing to a gig. Lastly, should you want to upgrade to the hard case later, ProStageGear has priced it almost as expensive to purchase the case by itself as just buying the hardcase version in the first place.

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