In this photo taken from an Austin City Limits taping of Foals, Yannis Philippakis' pedalboard can be seen in the bottom-right corner. The writing on the back of it indicates it's a Pedaltrain Pro pedalboard, whose frame measures 32 x 16 x 3.5 inches. The Pedaltrain Pro has been discontinued in favor of the [Pedaltrain Classic Pro](http://equipboard.com/items/pedaltrain-classic-pro).more
Any pedalboard does the job, but this does it in a really practical way that makes life a lot easier! I got the one with a hard case, and damn I'm glad I did! Wheels baby, wheels!!
The slats make this board so easy to wire up in a way that's neat and tidy (until you look underneath) and it looks really smooth and well...pro. It sits at the perfect angle for easy access to pedals at the back without being at a height that looks obtrusive on stage, and the spacing between slats is perfect for pretty much any size pedal.
The board itself is nice and lightweight, even if the case is a bloody monster, but hey you can't have it all! The only thing missing was handles on the board, so I put those on myself.
I've had this since 2013 and I've never felt the need to get another pedalboard. It can easily hold 10-20 pedals and feels mighty sturdy. I currently have 13 on mine with 2 power supply bricks and i still have room for more.
Very sturdy but light, you will never want anything else. So versatile and easy to adapt to your rig, for your small and big pedals. Be careful when choosing between the light or heavy transportation case, it will make a huge difference in your mobility.
I actually own 2 of these, one is my main board (with a road case) and the other is where all the pedals I've stopped using now live. Can't ask for much more!