Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase

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For those about to rock on the road.

The Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pealboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase is a top-of-the-line touring rig with a strong center-reinforced frame design, and more space underneath to mount power supplies and power strips. It comes in 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, the PT-Pro Pedalboard is worthy! Order today.

 

PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase Specifications:

  • Frame:
  • Dimensions: 32" x 16" x 3"
  • Weight: 7lb.
  • Hard Case:
  • Dimensions: 39" x 19" x 9"
  • Weight: 32lb.
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PedaltrainPT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase
 
4.0

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5.0

This board rocks!

By Les Paul guy

from Undisclosed

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

If you are looking for a quality pedalborad, look no further!

I have had this board for a little over a month now and I love it. I am replacing a Tonbone Boneyard with this one. There is plenty of room for all of the pedals that I use. I have 15 mounted to it, including an Ernie Ball Jr. Volume pedal and Vox V-848 Wah. I still have room for a couple more. The vlecro that comes with the case is very good. I have been using the Industrial Strangth Velco form Home Depot. I like this stuff a lot better. So much so that I took all the Velcro off of my pedals and replaced it with the Velcro that came with the Pedaltrain Pro.

That ATA case is also top notch. This is one of the main reasons I got this case. The spring handles work great and having the wheels was a major selling point to me. With everything mounted to the board and placed in the ATA case it can get a little heavy.

Another nice feature is the hardware to mount a power supply to the bottome of the board. I chose a BBE Supa Charger, which I am totally pleased with.Although there are only 8 out on it, I daisy chained the overdrive units together since they use very little current draw.

The only thing that could make this nicer would be to put handles on the pedalboard, But I went to Home Depot and bought some for a few bucks. I haven't decided if I am gonna put them on yet or not.I also bought some long ties at Home Depot to tie the larger volume and wah pedals to the board. They are very secure and going no where now!

I liked this board so much that I just bought another one. I also bought another BBE Supa Charger. I keep one a church and one in my studio at home. If you are thinking about getting a pedalboard, just get this one. Do yourself a favor and get it with the ATA case too.

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Great Pedal Board, But Even Heavier Than The Soft Case Version!

By Christopher Reyes

from Undisclosed

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

As with the soft case version of this board, I have owned this pedalboard as well.
The specs seem pretty light, but you also need to factor in the weight of each and every pedal that you will be adding onto the board, plus the power supply/supplies/other power needs, extra cables, and other accessories that you will be stowing in the case.
In the end, I think my board weighed in at about 100lbs which wasn't so much of a hassle with the wheels, unless the venue included having to haul gear up or down stairs. Then it became more of a pain than any of my other gear to haul around.
This case is indeed road worthy as I wheeled it around for about a year and a half, sold it to a friend, and it's still very much in great working order.

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5.0

You won't be disappointed!!

By Les Paul guy

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Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

This is the nicest pedal board I have ever owned, and I've had a few. The flight case is awesome, very heavy duty. Spring loaded handles and wheels, a very nice feature since this is no light weight unit. The pedal board has more than enough room for my 13 pedals, which include a Vox V-848 Wah and an Ernie Ball Jr. volume pedal. It came with plenty of Velcro. I had industrial strength Velcro on the bottom of my pedals that I bought from Home Depot, but the Velcro that came with this was much better, so I took off old Velcro and put on the new. My only complaint is that I didn't buy this sooner. If you're looking for a pedal board,look no further, you won't be disappointed. This is a lot of case for $255, I got it on sale. Even better!! At $300 it is a bargain.

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5.0

Awesome pedalboard!

By Fred-cRt_a

from OC, CA

Comments about Pedaltrain PT-Pro Pedalboard with Hardshell ATA Flightcase:

This pedalboard rocks! It looks simple compared to some other pedalboards in the same price range, but that's what's great about it: it's totally up to you what you want to do with it. You want to do a pro-looking job and take the time to run your custom-made, custom-length cables underneath (which is what I'm doing), you can do that. Or feeling lazy and just want to use store-bought cables and run them lying on top? Of course you can do that too. Also, this thing is absolutely huge! I've got 19 pedals on it, which includes two wah-type pedals (two Digitech EX 7s). Of course, since it is so huge, when you've got it all loaded up, it's going to weight quite a bit, and since the case is heavy duty, that's going to add up too. So maybe taking it to every gig is not feasible. But that's why you use this for your entire collection, and get a smaller Pedaltrain (like the PT-2, which I also have) for your gigging purposes! Anyway, if you've got a lot of pedals and you want a straightforward and really strong board to put them on, I don't know of a better option.

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