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  • large pedalboards with cases/lids

    so, ive begun to outgrow my gorm, which is the smaller version. i want to get everything on one board (whammy and all) and i was wondering what you guys were using for larger pedalboard that have a carry case or a lid with a handle.

    i had an skb ps-45 or whatever years ago and i really liked it, but even used they are like, way up there in price. i dont wanna break the bank but if im gonna be spending $100+, i wanna get something solid that ill use for a long time.

    im looking for a pedalboard a'la Nels Clines. its a big board with aluminum valences that seems pretty good. dont know what the cost would be though. and none of those trailer trash etc boards with the lame cosmetics. just a plain ass one.

    thanks d00ds.
    Test Tech Wattson Classic Electronics<br><br>EL KABONG wrote: I turned down $25 grand cash for gay sex.

  • #2
    Check these, pretty bad ass if you ask me...

    http://www.salvagecustom.com
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    • #3
      the best cheapest big pedal board is the Gator pro.

      I use the pedaltrain pro.
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      • #4
        How big of size do you need?

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        • #5
          Check these, pretty bad ass if you ask me...

          http://www.salvagecustom.com


          http://m.facebook.com/salvagecustom?v=feed

          Yeah these are especially badass. Not cheap, but it has style and looks roadworthy.

          Check out the tweed cases...

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          • #6
            Get a Pedaltrain and be done with it.
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            • #7
              http://m.facebook.com/salvagecustom?v=feed

              Yeah these are especially badass. Not cheap, but it has style and looks roadworthy.

              Check out the tweed cases...


              these look great, but i dont know if im down to throw that much money at a pedalboard.

              i think maybe pedaltrain is something i should be looking at.
              Test Tech Wattson Classic Electronics<br><br>EL KABONG wrote: I turned down $25 grand cash for gay sex.

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              • #8
                Do you have access to basic woodworking tools? Make your own and save $$$.
                <div class="signaturecontainer">WARNING: TC Electronics Pedals Are NOT REPAIRABLE. Instead of fixing my switch they wanted to charge me $72 plus shipping on a $99 pedal to replace all electronics, when only the switch was defective. This is their blanket repair policy on ALL repairs. They have no replacement switches. The switch is on the board so substituting a different switch can't work. Do not buy pedals from companies that cannot repair their own switches.</div>

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                • #9
                  unfortunately i dont or i would have already done that.
                  Test Tech Wattson Classic Electronics<br><br>EL KABONG wrote: I turned down $25 grand cash for gay sex.

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                  • #10
                    I just ordered one of the Rondo heavy duty boards. They have 2 models currently that are still fairly priced, but have heavier hinges, etc. on them. For $72 plus s/h, hard to beat:



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                    • #11
                      Another thing to consider is gigging. If you're not playing out, get whatever you want. If you're going to be taking this thin around and beating on it, spend the extra money and get something quality. I always see used Pedaltrains on my local CL, so it's just a matter of finding one.
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                      • #12
                        LOL

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                        • #13
                          That guitar center pedal train is pretty affordable and a decent size... The PT1 I think it's called? I also think I just read that they upgraded the cases to fancy recessed handle/flight case type as opposed to the plastic suitcase that I have.
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                          • #14
                            I had a Pedalpad board before and loved it. Not the one with the metal plates in it but mine had 2 hinged pieces and I had room underneath for a power supply and any always on pedals that I wanted to run. Had tons of room and it was sturdy as hell.

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                            • #15
                              interesting^
                              Test Tech Wattson Classic Electronics<br><br>EL KABONG wrote: I turned down $25 grand cash for gay sex.

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