SKB PS-45 Professional Pedal Board  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Efficient, durable, and protective.

The hardshell SKB PS-45 Professional pedal board is rugged and roadworthy with polyethylene construction, 8 protected 9V DC outlets, 3 wide-spaced outlets for wall warts, 8 miniplug-to-DC connectors, one miniplug-to-miniplug connector, and one miniplug-to-9V clip. The SKB pedal board area dimensions are 27"W x 15"H. Overall dimensions: 28-3/4"W x 20-1/2"H x 6-1/4"D.


  • Rugged polyethylene construction
  • 8 protected 9V DC outlets
  • 3 wide-spaced outlets for wall warts
  • 8 miniplug-to-DC connectors
  • One miniplug-to-miniplug connector
  • One miniplug-to-9V clip
  • Pedal area dimensions: 27"W x 15"H
  • Overall dimensions: 28-3/4"W x 20-1/2"H x 6-1/4"D
  • 23 lbs.
  • 9V DC outlets with 100 MA per outlet

It puts versatile, reliable, state-of-the-art power and legendary SKB ruggedness into one clutter-eliminating unit. Order one today for your setup.

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SKBPS-45 Professional Pedalboard

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Decent Pedalboard But Old Design in Plastic Casing


from Charleston, SC

Comments about SKB PS-45 Professional Pedalboard:

Decent board. At first glance, the SKB PS-45 is impressive: its BIG. Its regulated power supply will run (8) 9V FX & (3) 115V wall warts. The manufacturer was difficult to contact; yes its made for Boss FX. A good portion of its floor real estate is occupied by a large power supply/ patch bay chassis. When carried loaded with FX pedals, its plastic casing bulges at the handle due to lack of reinforcement in the lid. But still, it looks real nice and it works okay. The worst thing is its manual: written for a kidnot a pro. It did not include a signal schematic for the patch bay, only a few setup examples. Its patch bay is quite useable AFTER you figure it out--seems to be a clone of an older Furman modelbut lacks the routing needed if you're running FX to your amp input AND stereo thru two amp FX loops. Ive had this board for 2 years. Now Im ready for one thats bigger, better thought-out and doesnt limit my setup. For the price, the SKB PS-45/ service are okay but should be better.

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