SKB SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard

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Hardcover professional pedalboard that has been designed to accommodate any possible configuration of pedals.

The SKB Stagefive Pedalboard is a management system for your guitar effects pedals that offers you filtered, regulated power and short-circuit protection. You also get the ability to handle either 115 or 230 VAC.

(2) 1.3 amp VAC jacks for powering pedals from Digitech and Line 6, etc

(2) variable DC jacks to allow any voltage from 4-12 volts, simulate and "almost" dead battery

(4) standard 9 VDC jacks for Boss, Electro-Harmonix, etc

(1) 18 VDC jack for MXR EVH Flanger, etc

(2) 24 VDC jack for boutique and vintage pedals

(2) 9/12 VDC jacks to accommodate additional boutique and vintage pedals.


All DC jacks have polarity switches so center negative or center positive is not a problem with the SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard. The power is filtered, regulated and short circuit protected with a detachable main power cord with a 115/230 VAC power supply so you can travel internationally with no problems. And the Stagefive Professional Pedalboard is covered by the SKB Million Mile Guaranty on the case and five year warranty on the electronics.

Features

  • Rotomolded for durability
  • hardtop cover
  • Comfortable rubber Over-molded cushioned handle
  • Two 1.3 amp VAC jacks for pedals from Digitech and Line 6
  • Two variable DC jacks for any voltage from 4V to 12V
  • Four standard 9VDC jacks for Boss, Electro-Harmonix, etc.
  • one 18VDC jack for MXR EVH Flanger, etc.
  • One 24VDC jack for boutique and vintage pedals
  • Two 9/12VDC jacks for more boutique and vintage pedals
  • All DC jacks have polarity switches
  • All power outputs are completely isolated, filtered, regulated
  • All power outputs include short circuit protected
  • Built-in cable tester
  • Includes headphone amp and buffered preamp
  • Includes cable management system for easy cable routing
  • Includes angled mounting surface for easier reach
  • capable of "true stereo" setup (route pedals to the front AND effect loops of two different amps)
  • Detachable main power cord with international power supply

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SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard Specifications:

  • Exterior Length: 29" (73.66 cm)
  • Exterior Width: 20-1/2" (52.07 cm)
  • Exterior Depth/Height: 6" (15.24 cm)
  • Pedal Mount Length: 26" (66.0400 cm)
  • Pedal Mount Width: 13-1/2" (34.29 cm)
  • Lid Depth: 5-1/2" (13.97 cm)
  • Product Weight: 24 lb. (10.8862 kg)
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SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard
 
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Happy Stage Five Owner

By Patrick Burnett

from Undisclosed

Comments about SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard:

I bought a Stage Five after many months of research. I almost had custom pedal board made after making my own last year. Powering the board is always the biggest headache and all the wall warts, plugs, etc. were a mess. It would take up valuable set up time at gigs.

I finally broke down and bought the Stage Five after I determined it to be the very best, offering the best power options, buffering options, superior protection options, clean lines run under the deck and it even includes a practice amp and cable tester (already saved my butt on stage!).

SKB service has proven to be the best I've ever seen. Some have posted bad stories about them not responding. I've had prompt response on any thing I've ever called or asked them to do.

Right now my SKB Stage Five is being sent in for a warranty replacement. I just sent an email asking if they knew what I could do to improve a wobbly pedal on the bottom right of my board. The lady there emailed back and said that they suspected that mine may have had a mold warp issue and they would replace. Just like that!

I should get my board back first of next week. Love them!

So buy the best knowing they will support you.

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Stagefive pedalboard

By Barry Francis

from Ascension Island

Comments about SKB-PS-55 Stagefive Professional Pedalboard:

I'm surprised that no one's reviewed this thing yet. I've had mine for about 3 months and it's taken away years of headache. I've heard people say this thing is a bit on the heavy side, but it would be impossible to make this thing lighter without sacrificing the killer onboard circuits or ruggedness. It's really tough. I've stacked 2 of our speakers cabs on this thing during strip down after a gig. The onboard circuit is killer! They've catered for most (not all, again.. impossible) pedal power setups. I've got Line 6, Morley AND Digidesign pedals running off the power in this thing without a problem. The ability to seperate your effects into loop and front end is amazing. No more muddy delay setups. The only nag i have is with being the lead singer and the guitarist in my band. It's a little tricky to set up this thing at a comfortable angle for singing and playing but a few practices with it and you've got it. It's not for everyone. I wouldn't recomment it to anyone with a classic Wah+Distortion setup because you'd be wasting a lot of space on this thing. I love this thing. Oh, be sure to buy some patch cables when you buy. The regular patch cables might be a tad short. I found that anything ranging from half a foot to a foot works best. Having said that, i've now started taking a soldering iron to the cables to make them just the right length. Less cable in the signal chain... stronger tone.

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