The Metro Series is Pedaltrain' first three-rail pedal board system and is perfect for players who need a portable, grab-and-go solution. Musicians who live or work in urban settings or tight spaces w... Click To Read More About This Product
The Metro Series is Pedaltrain' first three-rail pedal board system and is perfect for players who need a portable, grab-and-go solution. Musicians who live or work in urban settings or tight spaces will appreciate Metro' featherweight aircraft-grade aluminum construction, low profile and horizontal orientation.
Thanks to Pedaltrain' modified rail system, even the smallest pedals make an incredibly strong bond with the pedal board. Metro 20 is big enough for your essentials, including most multi-effects units. Included with purchase is 60 (153 cm) of Pedaltrain' professional-grade, hook-and-loop pedal fastener and plenty of zip ties for securing cables.
Metro 20 also comes with your choice of a redesigned fitted soft case (featuring a heavy-duty metal zipper and reinforced stress points) or Pedaltrain' professional-grade tour case.
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Comments about Pedaltrain Metro 20 Pedal Board:
I used to have more pedals and a Diago case. I absolutely hated the fact that the Diago case had no rails and the cables where all over the place, among other things.
When my OCD finally couldn't take the cable mess I opted for a more portable and better design with the Pedaltrain Metro 20. My pedals fit perfectly thanks to their app in their page. All cables run through the bottom and the mess is magically gone.
The only modification I made is making the back "legs" a little higher since i opted by securing my power source on the bottom. I already had the JOYO power source and its a thicker than those sold by Pedaltrain. It wasn't a big deal.
The soft case feels strong enough for weekend gigs around the city, but don't think will make it on a plane trip. Would like an extra pocket for accessories and cables, but isn't a deal breaker.
Over all it's a greta buy!