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This Road Runner pedal board bag features a 600-denier outer cover for long-lasting protection. The 1/2" padding around the pedal bag keeps your pedals looking new and well protected. As an added bene... Click To Read More About This Product

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This Road Runner pedal board bag features a 600-denier outer cover for long-lasting protection. The 1/2" padding around the pedal bag keeps your pedals looking new and well protected. As an added benefit, the cover transforms into a nonslip bottom so your effect pedals aren't strewn about the chamber. A large outside pocket holds your cables and accessories, while a convenient mesh pocket on the outside is ideal for holding personal items. The sure-grip zipper pulls and wraps around the handle for a sleek look and assures the Road Runner case is closed. Also includes a comfortable padded shoulder strap.

Around the neighborhood or around the world, the CRZR-PB1 pedal board bag and every Road Runner case is built tough to withstand the abuse of the road so your instruments won't have to. In fact, Road Runner is so confident in its bags and cases that it backs every product with a full repair/replacement guarantee that covers all defects in materials and workmanship.

FEATURES

  • 600-denier outer cover
  • 1/2" padding
  • Non-slip bottom
  • Large outside pocket
  • Outer mesh pocket
  • Sure-grip zipper
  • Comfortable padded shoulder strap
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Dimensions: 2-1/2"H x 12"W x 21-3/4"D
  • Weight: 3lb.
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Road RunnerPedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag
 
3.8

(based on 31 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

63%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (5), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Perfect for my needs

I cut a piece of birch plywood to size, tacked some Velcro strips to it and to the pedals. I secured a couple of 9VDC power supplies plugged into a 3 ft extension cord...Read complete review

I cut a piece of birch plywood to size, tacked some Velcro strips to it and to the pedals. I secured a couple of 9VDC power supplies plugged into a 3 ft extension cord with zip ties (drill holes in wood). All the pedals are as secure on the wood as velcro gets, connected to each other and daisy-chained to the 2 power supplies. This "board" now lives in the bag. I use the front pocket to transport my extension chord and guitar cables. When I go rehearse, I fold the bag top under the bottom with the hinged side facing me, so there's no part of the bag obstructing my access, plug my guitar in, plug the out-cable into my amp, and plug in the electric cord. Done. The bag is a just a great thing to transport and protect my pedals, keeps them from flying off the velcro or having the knobs messed with during transport. The size is great for 5 or 6 pedals. I wouldn't attach pedals directly to the bag, too flimsy IMHO. I can use my "board" without the bag while playing but prefer the extra protection from clumsy feet.. I have good contact with my pedals using the board bag. The shape is perfect for the pedals, though the zipper has 2 "corners" (to completely expose one side for pedal access) so I am careful about zipping around those bends. The shoulder strap is a nice touch. Super light too.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Lesson learned

The picture was very misleading; and I am also lazy; lesson learned. I have been playing for years but never bought a Pedal Board before. The Road Runner Board was cheaply made,...Read complete review

The picture was very misleading; and I am also lazy; lesson learned. I have been playing for years but never bought a Pedal Board before. The Road Runner Board was cheaply made, not sturdy and more of a medium sized floor mat. The pedals sit on top of Iit as the nylon bag trails underneath or behind, collecting dust. It's an all in one intergrated unit; and a mess. The Board has no holes or slots for the wires from the Power Supply that go to the Pedals to be routed through; or in between; and holes cannot be added because the Board is part of the nylon case. It defeats the whole purpose of having a Pedal Board when wires are exposed and not neatly routed. Guitar Center was cool about it;. I am retuning it . I will try to get a medium size Pedal Board (as a single unit) for now in that reasonable $30 to $40 range. If not, then I will just build a large pedal board to accomadate future add ons. It puzzles me to see other Musicians spending $150 to $200 like they are rock stars for a ridiculas Pedal Board. I just refuse to waste all that money (on principal) for a Board that does nothing to add too or enhance my music. Now I am determined to stop being lazy; and build the larger Board myself. It's not that difficult; and the money saved can be better used to give the gift of music (like a Bass Guitar for instance) to put in the hands of someone who has no instrument, really wants one, but can't afford it. There are many kids and adults that I know who could benefit from a gift of a new or pre-owned instrument at the price point of most of these larger, over priced Pedal Boards'. Just ask yourself, if it would be more sensible to make a Pedal Board on your own and with the money saved just give an instrument fo someone you may know that dosen't have; or can't afford to buy anything at all instead of wasting money. It's a no brainer, I would much rather bring the joy of a musical instument into someone's life and put the money to better use.

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(30 of 30 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Another top of the line case from roadrunner!

By timmy rose

from dc

Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

this thing rocks. i have had this sence july 31st and have played quite a few shows with it and it lives up to the roadrunner reputation. i find that i can fit 7 pedals inside it and the best part is it wont screw with the knobs like some other pedal bags will. after almost 2 months of use on the road i give it a 10/10 if you buy this pedal bag it wont let you down.

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Durable

By Chris

from Rockford, Illinois

Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

Pretty rugged piece of equipment. I own a Line 6 Bass Floor POD and have a personal mixer I use for in-ears on my Road Runner Gig Bag. It holds them nice and keeps them in really good shape. I have been on the road constantly for over a year now and the Road Runner has held up Extremely well! I haven't dropped it from a big height or thrown it around a ton, but it does its job and it keeps my gear working and looking GREAT!!! I would recommend this to any one who is trying to save a few bucks and doesn't need a tank to hold your pedals.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

not bad at all.

By Michael Bram

from San Diego, ca

Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

after many years of playing bass I now have some effects. Got a pedal tuner and thought it would be much easier to put together a pedal board then to throw them all out on the floor and repack them every time I play. Didn't need anything fancy and this little guy fit the bill. Closes up nicely, everything stays in place, transports easily, dosn't slip around on stage. Just a nice set up and not that costly. I like it!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for my needs

By Mattmania

from Lilburn, GA

About Me Experienced

Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I cut a piece of birch plywood to size, tacked some Velcro strips to it and to the pedals. I secured a couple of 9VDC power supplies plugged into a 3 ft extension cord with zip ties (drill holes in wood). All the pedals are as secure on the wood as velcro gets, connected to each other and daisy-chained to the 2 power supplies. This "board" now lives in the bag. I use the front pocket to transport my extension chord and guitar cables. When I go rehearse, I fold the bag top under the bottom with the hinged side facing me, so there's no part of the bag obstructing my access, plug my guitar in, plug the out-cable into my amp, and plug in the electric cord. Done. The bag is a just a great thing to transport and protect my pedals, keeps them from flying off the velcro or having the knobs messed with during transport. The size is great for 5 or 6 pedals. I wouldn't attach pedals directly to the bag, too flimsy IMHO. I can use my "board" without the bag while playing but prefer the extra protection from clumsy feet.. I have good contact with my pedals using the board bag. The shape is perfect for the pedals, though the zipper has 2 "corners" (to completely expose one side for pedal access) so I am careful about zipping around those bends. The shoulder strap is a nice touch. Super light too.

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      I Bought This For Cheap - But It's Worth Lots More

      By Joe V.

      from Anza, Califoirnia - 92539

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I didn't want a full-on stomp case and I only have a few pedals that I need for bass. I decided to give this a try and am presentably surprised with it. I put a power-strip in the top and arranged my pedals on the bottom row. When I go to close it all up, the 20-foot power cable also fits inside the closed area and I can carry a lot of cables and gear in the outside enclosure too. I just coil the 12 foot amp cable and the 20 foot instrument cable to the bass inside the same bag with the pedals and zip it closed. The case itself is pretty firm and won't sag when the gear's inside it and the shoulder strap is nice to old guys like me. This hook-n-loop tape that comes with it has got to be the meanest stuff I've ever run into. Make sure you put it where you want it as there may not be a second chance to move it! Good value and great application for we who don't have 20 stomps to carry to a gig.

      (4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Don't Be Cheap, Buy A Better Board

      By Marco Paulson

      from Chicago, IL

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I have been playing a while, but have only just begun to use more than just one or two pedals. So, I wanted a board. I didn't want to spend a lot of $ b/c I don't have that many pedals, so I went this route. I could not be more disappointed. The construction is flimsy, the board slips on the floor, it's too "mushy" (meaning when I push down on the pedal, the whole board/bag smashes down too), and there's a raised border which makes it difficult to plug into the first pedal without a right angle jack. Last complaint - power - even with a power pack all those wires create a rats nest of confusing-ness that shreds any semblance of order or convenience of your pedals. Save yourself time & frustration & spend a few extra dollars to get something you'll be happy with and will last. On the plus side - Guitar Center has a fantastic return policy.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      My problems are solved! at $40!

      By Mark Hunter

      from Greeley, CO

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I am first and foremost a DIY when it comes to everything. However, my pedal board was nice but heavy and custom made to fit the pedals I used most. What happens when you find another treasured pedal? Rebuild? Nope! just snag this high quality bag up. Nice on the back, fits anything and everything, nice strap, quality zippers, pockets, strap hooks, everything is top dollar. Buy one now before you have to pay over $100 for the same thing!

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      The zippers aren't very good

      By Major Harper

      from St. Peters, MO

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      Like some others on here, I've had issues with the zippers detaching. I had the board for about 2 years, which isn't terrible, but the first zipper broke within the first year. The other one just came off a few days back. For the price, it's the biggest bag you'll find, however, for the price you pay, you'd expect the zippers to function. Whatever. Buy at your own risk.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      This Is More Of A Bag Than A Board.

      By Alan

      from Birmingham, Al

      Site Member

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      As I said above this is more of a way for me to carry my pedals than to perform with them. The top opens out and has to be folded under the case if you want to perform with it. This make the already soft bottom even softer and pushing buttons can be tricky because the whole thing mashes down when you apply pressure. I have an RP360XP and optional pedal switches that I gig with so I use this bag to transport them to the gig and set them up directly on the floor. If I had very many pedals I think I would be disapointed in this as a board. It's just not. It holds everything that I need with extra room and I am happy with it the way I use it but I would never use my pedals in it. It's just to soft. It is very well made though and stores all my pedal stuff in one place safely.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      light duty

      By Neil Reeves

      from Big Bend WI

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      zipper broke after a month, mesh pocket tore out after a year. needs a little more room

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great. Druable. Affordable.

      By mike damhesel

      from Tinley Park, IL

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I love this case! The only downfall of the whole thing is after a few years of hard gigging it started to fall apart. Other than that, I loved it. In fact, I plan on buying this case again.

      (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      I'd not recommended this to a friend.

      By Hai

      from undisclosed

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Versatile

      Cons

      • No good cushion for electronic stuff

      Best Uses

      • Carrying gears stuff around
      • Performances

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      Too snug tight for my Fractal Audio AXE FX II MFC-101 pedal, it's not shape matched but it fits in and it looks funny.
      So I use it for my GR-55. I have to mod my old bag with wall cushion for protection, it's little bigger but has extra space to carry more cables for my AXE FX II MFC-101 pedal.
      Reason I've bought this 'cause The Stupid Deal of the Day deal.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Would be sweet if the zippers would actually stay on..

      By Anthony Buck

      from Manchester, CT

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I've had this pedal for about 6 months now. And within the first 2 weeks of having it, 1 of the primary zippers detached. Now at the time I was like "eh whatever, there's another zipper". I've played less than 10 shows since I've had the bag, and on my last show I've played, the zipper broke. I thought the bag would last longer than 6 months... Now I even over thought the whole situation of it breaking in my head. I thought maybe I yanked on it too hard or something. But after you've been preforming for 30mins head banging and stuff, the last thing you're gonna do, is be gentle with your gig bag, especially when you've got limited time to get off the stage. To keep it short, I don't find this 'gig' bag appropriate for gigs. Maybe to practice and back, but when you're in a hurry, and you've got to load your equipment up as fast as possible it doesn't do the job. Though everything else about the bag was exceptional. It fit my wires nicely, and it was never a pain to carry. It was a little snug fit for my Boss GT-10, but I figured that's how it was suppose to be. I'm just very displeased with the fact I have to buy a new carrying case over some zippers!

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Perfect fit for my Line 6 HD400

      By Terry Youmans

      from Winnipeg MB

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I bought the Roadrunner a couple of months ago as a carrying case for my Line 6 HD400, rather than as a case for individual pedals, and it fits perfectly. I think the HD500 has the same or similar dimensions, so it should also be a good choice for that model. There is room for cords and accessories in the front pockets and in the main compartment itself. The case is made of rugged nylon. I read about some complaints about poor zipper life, and the zipper sticks a bit when closing it after the case has been opened completely, because of the curve in the zipper, but this is a minor issue and hopefully won't affect zipper life, since I'm not a rough user of equipment.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Decent For The Price

      By Austin Morriss

      from Reno, NV

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I have had this bag for about 4 months now, and as far as durability goes, it's held up to twice weekly gigs. My main complaint would be the lack of some form of stable backing to the board. It's pretty flimsy, which has caused the velcro to detach from my pedals and resulted in my opening the bag to play at a show and finding a mess of pedals and crimped cords. Not fun. This happens because i use the shoulder strap to carry the bag, and when it presses up against my body it folds in the middle, which causes my pedals to fall all over the place. A stable "back board" in the lining would fix this. Another thing I have encountered is that there is a ridge around the edge of the "board" (in as loose a term as it is) that makes it difficult to connect a cord to the first pedal without a right angle jack (as other reviewers have noted). Now, if you have a right angle jack, this probably wont bother you. But another thing is that my volume pedal (Ernie Ball VP Pro JR) won't fit in the case with my few other pedals. And even if I could get it in there, the cords connecting my in and out signals won't connect without using all right angle plugs, which can be a pricey switch if you're like me and mostly running straight angle. My pedals usually come out with different settings every time I open it up too. Overall, it keeps your pedals in place and plugged in, and it isn't terribly expensive as far as pedal bags and boards go. If you don't need something tour worthy, and just want a little bag to keep a few of your pedals, it suffices. However, if you play out a lot, I would recommend something sturdier, and with better grip on the bottom (this thing slides around quite a bit, and very easily).

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent pedal bag

      By Robert Turk

      from Pflugerville, TX

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I am very happy with the pedal bag I received. It was in good condition (new) and I have been able to store 10 pedals in mine (a couple of them are nano or mini pedals) and carry them around securely. The pockets are helpful for carrying cords.

       
      5.0

      Great for the get up and go

      By Jason a bass player

      from Milwaukee, Wi

      See all my reviews

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      I love this pedal bag. It fits all my pedals and more. It is so easy to just zip it up and go. I do wish that it had a couple holes on each side to slide in and out my guitar cables, but that is just a small issue. I am very happy with this purchase.

       
      5.0

      Well-Made Gig Bag!

      By Kevin

      from undisclosed

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      This is a lightweight, sturdy bag that is extremely well-made. I have two of them. These gig bags are way easier to transport than my old outrageously-heavy pedalboard! I get to the gig or rehearsal, unzip each bag, flip the cover underneath, power up, and I'm good to go! I highly recommend this gig bag!!

       
      1.0

      Lesson learned

      By String Mist aka Pamela

      from NY for now & FL

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • I got it from Guitar Center; no hassel.

      Cons

      • Expensive & a hazzard. Defeats it's own purpose.
      • Misleading pictures on mutiple sites.
      • No holes or slots to route wires from the PS.
      • Not a functional Pedal Board.

      Best Uses

      • A carry on bag for Airline flights.
      • Your dog or cat can sit on this & watch you play

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      The picture was very misleading; and I am also lazy; lesson learned. I have been playing for years but never bought a Pedal Board before. The Road Runner Board was cheaply made, not sturdy and more of a medium sized floor mat. The pedals sit on top of Iit as the nylon bag trails underneath or behind, collecting dust. It's an all in one intergrated unit; and a mess. The Board has no holes or slots for the wires from the Power Supply that go to the Pedals to be routed through; or in between; and holes cannot be added because the Board is part of the nylon case. It defeats the whole purpose of having a Pedal Board when wires are exposed and not neatly routed. Guitar Center was cool about it;. I am retuning it . I will try to get a medium size Pedal Board (as a single unit) for now in that reasonable $30 to $40 range. If not, then I will just build a large pedal board to accomadate future add ons. It puzzles me to see other Musicians spending $150 to $200 like they are rock stars for a ridiculas Pedal Board. I just refuse to waste all that money (on principal) for a Board that does nothing to add too or enhance my music. Now I am determined to stop being lazy; and build the larger Board myself. It's not that difficult; and the money saved can be better used to give the gift of music (like a Bass Guitar for instance) to put in the hands of someone who has no instrument, really wants one, but can't afford it. There are many kids and adults that I know who could benefit from a gift of a new or pre-owned instrument at the price point of most of these larger, over priced Pedal Boards'. Just ask yourself, if it would be more sensible to make a Pedal Board on your own and with the money saved just give an instrument fo someone you may know that dosen't have; or can't afford to buy anything at all instead of wasting money. It's a no brainer, I would much rather bring the joy of a musical instument into someone's life and put the money to better use.

       
      5.0

      Great bag for the price.

      By Matthew

      from undisclosed

      See all my reviews

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Road Runner Pedal Board All-In-1 Gig Bag:

      Use this to haul my pedalboard, extra strings, etc.

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