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good board and design (but the zip pullers will break on the soft cases.)
good board i fit my carl martin power under it well there is more than enough room for me although i use every centimeter - only thing i dont like is the soft case its not quite deep enough when you use pedal boosters for your back row. The other and most annoying was both the zip pullers on the main parts broke. I should have bought the hard case - Im gonna get one made for it. Ive heard they have since fixed the problems with the zips on the latest releases. Still a good product who have set the standard for all the copies that have followed.
User since 2010.
I've had this pedalboard since around 2010. Needless to say it's amazing and fits all my needs. I've managed to cram at least 10 pedals on there with no problem. Also, it's nice to be able to mount the power supply underneath this board if needed.
Great, but could be improved upon.
This board has been a blessing to have. It's lightweight, it's easy enough to get cables through, and it's sturdy. It will be perfect for most. However, I find that the bottom is too tall for comfort. They should have tapered the metal to a flat point for better pedal access. They also need to make more room or an adjustable feature to it's high end. This board is not large enough to accommodate all power supplies. The Smallest Yankee Power Supply is taller than the legs of the Pedaltrain.
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The most popular pedaltrain model. This unit will easily hold a wah and a dozen standard sized stomp boxes.