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PT-2 Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag

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The Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag is for folks who want a board the size of the PT-2 but have no need for a flight case. This effects pedalboard comes with a tough cordura nylon gi... Read More

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The Pedaltrain PT-2 Pedalboard with Softshell Gig Bag is for folks who want a board the size of the PT-2 but have no need for a flight case. This effects pedalboard comes with a tough cordura nylon gig bag. The highly-protective panels incorporated into the top and bottom will keep your valuable pedals safe.

Specifications
  • Frame: 24"W x 2"H x 12-1/2"D
  • Soft case: 26"W x 6"D x 15"W
  • 7 lb.
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4.6

(based on 19 reviews)

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mandatory if you use effect pedals

Regardless of the number of pedals you use, a quality pedalboard is a must and the PT-2 is exactly that. It has a rock solid aluminum frame and comes with plenty of...Read complete review

Regardless of the number of pedals you use, a quality pedalboard is a must and the PT-2 is exactly that. It has a rock solid aluminum frame and comes with plenty of velco. The velcro is strong enough to hold your pedals on the board while carrying the pedalboard vertically. It's footprint is large enough to hold a wah, a couple of the larger line 6 pedals and anything else in your chain. Additionally, it comes with a mounting bracket that will accomodate most power supplies. The pedalboard's wiring is hidden beneath the frame and tied down with plastic wire ties (supplied). For the price of an average pedal, the PT-2 needs to be mandatory purchase for anyone who uses effect pedals.

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Great Product, Frustrating Assembly

This product is great. It's light-weight, is built at a good angle to access pedals, and really helps with organization. But so much about it was frustrating. It advertises being built for...Read complete review

This product is great. It's light-weight, is built at a good angle to access pedals, and really helps with organization. But so much about it was frustrating. It advertises being built for the Voodoo Lab power supply, but as other reviewers noted, it does not come pre-drilled. As one who doesn't use power tools often, it was more risk than I wanted to take to install the battery. One mistake and you could ruin your product right off the bat. Also, the plastic wrapping the board came in was ripped when I first opened it. A pull tab was missing from a zipper, and one of the screws was defective. The head wasn't drilled properly so it was essentially smooth, meaning a screwdriver couldn't drill it in. Another screw broke in half while I screwed it into the board. Users also aren't told what drill bit size to use. I used 1/8th" and it was still a bit too small, you'll have to widen the hole slightly more. The $120 price tag seems a bit steep for a hunk of metal and a gig bag case. The battery will run you another $100+. For that price, I would expect a high quality product, and so much about it seemed cheap.

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5.0

Perfect for the Job

By Larry

from Ellicott City, MD

A few weeks ago, I found myself in a panic. I'm in the middle of a song, I hear static coming out of the amp, and then nothing? The song ends, and I grab my standby amp. I plug in the standby, and everything appears to be working, or so I had thought. After a few minutes once again, my sound fails decays and is gone. This can't be happening. 2 amps? Well it was not an amp issue, but rather, the connections between pedals. In fact, a couple of connectors were loose. I had a smaller pedal board which worked, but it was not powered nor did it have the slats that I could tied down the pedals and the power cables to reduce movement. The Pedaltrain PT-2 and Voodoo Power 2 + allowed me to reduce the connecting and disconnecting of pedals. All the power is contained under the board. It reduces the total number of power adapters needed. So, purchase has improved reliability of my "rig." It has simplified setup and the carrying bag enables me to reduce the amount of items to carry to practice. All in all, I am very satisfied with this purchase and would highly recommend.

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3.0

Great Product, Frustrating Assembly

By Casey

from Allentown, Pennsylvania

This product is great. It's light-weight, is built at a good angle to access pedals, and really helps with organization. But so much about it was frustrating. It advertises being built for the Voodoo Lab power supply, but as other reviewers noted, it does not come pre-drilled. As one who doesn't use power tools often, it was more risk than I wanted to take to install the battery. One mistake and you could ruin your product right off the bat. Also, the plastic wrapping the board came in was ripped when I first opened it. A pull tab was missing from a zipper, and one of the screws was defective. The head wasn't drilled properly so it was essentially smooth, meaning a screwdriver couldn't drill it in. Another screw broke in half while I screwed it into the board. Users also aren't told what drill bit size to use. I used 1/8th" and it was still a bit too small, you'll have to widen the hole slightly more. The $120 price tag seems a bit steep for a hunk of metal and a gig bag case. The battery will run you another $100+. For that price, I would expect a high quality product, and so much about it seemed cheap.

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5.0

nice roomy pedal board

By Scott Hamilton

from Chicago. IL

I started with the Pedal Train Jr, but realized soon after that I needed a little more room for my TC-Voice Liveplay GTX and Boss Looper after I added a DigiTech - RP255 to the board. Pedal board works great. The soft case works for me. But if you travel a lot on planes you would likely want the hard case.

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5.0

Nice to my Stompboxes

By LARRY ABBOTT

from Tulsa, OK

Never had a pedal board before and knew I needed one to organize my stuff. I was spending a lot of time unwinding cords, connecting boxes and redoing at each session. After getting my board I spent an hour set-up and testing my train and I was ready, cool. The board is light, easy to wire, and solid. I wanted to get my train consistent and movable. That was accomplished and what I did not expect was the protection for the stomp boxes. The soft case is really well made. I am not sure why I waited so long to buy this thing.

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5.0

Best upgrade by far

By Arnold Quezada

from Los Angeles, CA

This pedal board works great! Before, every show I played I will take about 3-5 minutes just to set up my 6 pedals plus my Line 6 wireless transmitter and look really messy on stage. Now, I unzip my bag (by the way, the bag protects my pedals really good), place my board on stage and plug up to my guitar amp. This only takes me less than a minute now! The velcro it comes with works great and the board is lightweight even with my pedals on it. One of the best upgrade by far. I have played shows back to back and could'nt be happier how easy to transport and set up my pedals is.

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4.0

PT-2 Pedalboard

By Greg Bronson

from Phoenix, AZ

I needed a pedal board to hold my 10 pedals, I was using a hard case pedal board but it was to big and weight to much... I got this with 15% off so it was a no brainer, for the money you can't go wrong... The case with the shoulder handel is a nice extra, the only thing I would say could be better is the zipper but as long as you take your time and zip it slow it should last... The front pocket is nice for putting in your cords and extras... With all my pedals on the board and extra cords in the front pocket it still weights about 15lbs ligther than my old case and I and other band members are not tripping over my board anymore... Nice...

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5.0

Awesome for the price but too small!!!

By Eric Rosario

from Chicagoland

I love this board. It looks and feels like it could be ran over by a car and still be in immaculate condition. One thing I would like to see is that these boards would come with the velcro on it. Not that I'm lazy but it seems to be a pain cutting the exact length for each strip. I purchased this thinking it was a little bigger than it really was. To my surprise it wasn't, so I decided to sell this one to a friend and get the PT-3. Honestly, I think Pedaltrain should discontinue either the PT-1 or PT-2 since there is only a 2 inch difference between the two. Just seems redundant to me.

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3.0

Good pedal board, but....

By Jerry Kretchmer

from Mishawaka, IN

I bought this pedal board and the Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 since the power supply can be mounted to the board. There is one slight problem with this; the sag controls are no longer accessible when mounted, and this makes adjustments very inconvenient. It may be unfair to fault this board with this flaw, but the two are marketed to be compatible with eachother, and that was the major decision factor for me. Holes are already drilled, so there goes any chance of a full refund, so now I'm stuck with it. If you're not interested in accessing the power supply, then this is a great board. Otherwise, you may want to go another route.

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4.0

Solid board Missing parts

By Andrew Pompei

from Roselle Park, NJ

This is a solid pedal board. Great construction in a generic board. The only reason I did not give it five stars is the velcro for mounting came as two of the same sides. I had to go purchase my own. They would have sent a replacement if I had time to wait.

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5.0

I like the PedalTrain PT-2 more than I though I would

By Scott Beattie

from Vernon, CT

When I decided to get a pedalboard, I debated about getting the PedalTrain because of the look of the rails versus a traditional flat board. It seemed like it might not be very flexible in terms of pedal placement. After doing some research and finding that quite a few pros use the PedalTrains, I decided to go for the PT-2. I didn't want a huge board, so the PT-2 was a good size for me to get. I am very pleased with the quality of the board and the soft bag it came with. It was easy enough to stick the fuzzy velcro to the rails and then attach the hook velcro to the bottom of my pedals. Note: I wish Boss pedals, and some others, came without the rubber base installed. Most other pedal makers seem to get it and don't have anything on the base when you buy the pedal. Makes it much easier to just put the velcro on right out of the box. Having installed quite a few pedals to my new PedalTrain board, I have to say that I really like the rails vs the flat board. It makes it much more flexible for the cables and the power wiring. I have been able to run most of the cables and the power cords under the rails so that they are somewhat out of site. It is definitely a cleaner look than some boards I have seen. I also like the angle of the board itself. It's ideal for being able to reach the pedals on the upper part of the board. I highly recommend this board to anyone looking to create a decent sized board with pedals chained together. I would go for the larger size versions if you are looking to have a true-bypass looper installed to run all the pedals.

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