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Pedaltrain 2 Pedalboard With Soft Case

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Pedaltrain 2 Pedalboard With Soft Case + Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Universal Power Supply + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack)
Price for all three: $300.51

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 6 x 15 inches ; 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001G3TJXO
  • Item model number: PT-2-SC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,863 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 2, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

For folks who want a board the size of the PT-2 but have no need for a flight case. This model comes with a tough cordura nylon gig bag with highly protective panels incorporated into the top and bottom of the case to keep those valuable pedals safe (pedals are not included.)
  • frame 24x12.5x2.5 inches / weight 5 lbs.
  • soft case 26x15x6 inches / weight 7 lbs.

Pedaltrain is the premier innovation in guitar effects pedalboards. Our award winning and patented design has been road tested, approved, and is currently in use by many of today's top guitarists. Professional tour grade pedalboards and cases at prices everyone can afford.

Construction
These revolutionary pedalboards are made of welded aluminum alloy tubing to ensure that every PEDALTRAIN is as strong and lightweight as possible. There are no moving parts to loosen or wear out. A durable powder coat finish ensures your PEDALTRAIN will look great and last a lifetime.

Versatile Design
Our unique, open frame, elevated angle design provides added flexibility when configuring the layout of the effects. Your connecting cables can be neatly routed over, under, and through the open slots in the top surface area of the PEDALTRAIN to keep the risk of possible accidental disconnection to a minimum. Pedals may be added, removed, rearranged, or bypassed quickly and easily. All three PEDALTRAIN models include plenty of industrial grade, adhesive backed, hook and loop material, along with detailed instructions to make setup fast and efficient. You can easily and securely mount virtually any effects pedal, volume or wah pedal, or other device, such as a pedal power supply, channel switcher, power strip, direct box, or wireless receiver.

All new PEDALTRAIN models (excluding PT-MINI) now include specially designed brackets and instructions for mounting the popular Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 power supply underneath the pedalboard with no cutting modifications necessary. As always, you can still use any power supply of your choice with the PEDALTRAIN. For the player who needs a large pedalboard without the extra bulk (or expense) of a flight case. A heavy duty cordura nylon gig bag is included with solid panels sewn inside the walls for added strength, plus a large and roomy gusseted pouch on the exterior.

  • frame 32x16x3.5 inches / weight 7 lbs.
  • soft case 34x18x5.5 inches / weight 10 lbs.

Pedaltrain is the premier innovation in guitar effects pedalboards. Our award winning and patented design has been road tested, approved, and is currently in use by many of today's top guitarists. Professional tour grade pedalboards and cases at prices everyone can afford.

Construction
These revolutionary pedalboards are made of welded aluminum alloy tubing to ensure that every PEDALTRAIN is as strong and lightweight as possible. There are no moving parts to loosen or wear out. A durable powder coat finish ensures your PEDALTRAIN will look great and last a lifetime.

Versatile Design
Our unique, open frame, elevated angle design provides added flexibility when configuring the layout of the effects. Your connecting cables can be neatly routed over, under, and through the open slots in the top surface area of the PEDALTRAIN to keep the risk of possible accidental disconnection to a minimum. Pedals may be added, removed, rearranged, or bypassed quickly and easily. All three PEDALTRAIN models include plenty of industrial grade, adhesive backed, hook and loop material, along with detailed instructions to make setup fast and efficient. You can easily and securely mount virtually any effects pedal, volume or wah pedal, or other device, such as a pedal power supply, channel switcher, power strip, direct box, or wireless receiver.

All new PEDALTRAIN models (excluding PT-MINI) now include specially designed brackets and instructions for mounting the popular Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 power supply underneath the pedalboard with no cutting modifications necessary. As always, you can still use any power supply of your choice with the PEDALTRAIN.


Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where's the power supply?
The power supply question is a good one, and it is the reason that the pedaltrain will always be available non-powered. There are as many ideas about what's the best way to power up your effects as there are guitar players. The best power supplies currently available do not come with a pedalboard. All the units described below work great with the pedaltrain, and until we make our own that will do everything, for everyone, at a price anyone can afford we will continue to recommend the following:

  • ONE-SPOT from Visual Sound
  • PEDAL POWER 2 from VooDoo Labs
  • POWERALL from Godlyke
  • DC-BRICK from Jim Dunlop
  • BIG JOHN from Carl Martin
  • FLATLINER POWER from Burkey

There are many others out there but these are units we've had actual experiences with. All have different features and prices so take your time and pick the one that suits your needs and not necessarily what someone says is the "best".

2. Can I mount a power supply underneath?
Yes, all new Pedaltrain models (excluding PT-MINI) will accommodate most any power supply available underneath with little or no modifications necessary.

3. What is the best order to put my effects in?
This is a huge question. We do have a few suggestions but ultimately it depends on how your particular collection of pedals all interact with each other. In our experience there are no formulas that haven't been disproved a time or two. Our philosophy is simple: Effects pedals are like children, some of them get along fine sitting next to each other and some do not. Any one of them may potentially be the problem child that disrupts the whole classroom if not put in the right place. The best way to start would be to lay all of the pedals out on the floor and first do a straight line patching of them together and powering them up with what you intend to use for power on your pedalboard. Then play, stomp, and listen. Don't be in a rush, the time you invest will pay off in satisfying tone. We've seen people insist on a certain order because someone told them "this is how it's done" only to have their tone suffer needlessly. Nothing will substitute blocking out a few hours of jockeying them all around in the chain to find the most quiet and tone pleasing order before you ever mount them to a pedalboard. Then write everything down! Keep in mind that you selection of pedals is unique to only you and what works great for one person may be horrible for the next.

Once you have everything all running as clean and quiet as possible then you can start to mount them. Occasionally you may need to mount them in an order that suits you foot stomping order than in signal path order. If that is the case you simply patch them together in the order they need to be, but mount them where it is the most comfortable. Are you confused yet? I hope not, good luck!

4. Does everything stay mounted on the pedaltrain while inside the case?
Yes, the pedaltrain case is designed with ample interior room to hold the fully loaded pedaltrain. You should not have to remove anything during storage or transport. Everything fits nicely and will be in place when you get to the gig. There is a 2.5 inch thick layer of egg crate type foam in the lid to conform to the shape and height of your set up.

5. Does the Velcro really hold the pedals in position while being transported?
Yes, and for a few reasons. One is that with the open frame design you will have at least two attachment points for each pedals and two separate velcro connections. This actually holds things in place much better than if it was one big surface area with one wide strip. Also we are very picky when it comes to velcro and we use the best and stickiest stuff you can get. Folks keep asking us to just sell velcro to them.

With the hard cases another feature is that helps keep things in place is that we actually leave a little bit of room around the board inside the case to absorb some of the shock if your case has a rough ride in a truck or bus. When a pedalboard is built rigidly into a case (as many are) they do not consider the fact that the shock has to go somewhere and it usually means pedals coming loose from the board. This took me years of frustration to figure out I was looking at the wrong thing as being the problem. We also have a thick 2 inch layer of eggcrate foam in the lid that conforms to the shape of all your pedals and helps keep things firmly in place too.

6. My Pedaltrain case has too much space around the board, why?
In the flight cases of the Pedaltrain/JR and Pedaltrain/2 we added extra space to allow you to carry other things inside along with a fully loaded pedaltrain. Many folks who use large volume and wah pedals actually prefer to use them flat on the floor next to their pedaltrain and just patch them into their signal path with a small patch cable. So we have enough space to lay them inside the case too. You will also have room for all your cables, cords, tool bag, boxes of strings, dirty socks, etc.....

The amount of extra width space is by design and serves a purpose. One of the main problems with pedalboards that are built into a case, or one with a tightly fitting board, is that when the case takes a hit or is dropped during transport, whatever is mounted to that case or board (your pedals) is what receives the force of that shock. This is the primary reason that pedals come disconnected from boards during transport. The pedaltrain case affords the pedalboard frame the ability to move inside the case to act as a shock absorber. This may sound crazy but it actually works.

We guarantee that if you choose a pedaltrain, and ever open the case to find your pedals have come off the board, we will buy back your pedaltrain at your purchase price. We're proud to state that in 9 years no one has taken us up on this offer.

7. What should I do about rubber feet or pads on the bottom of my pedals?
Take them off. To insure proper adhesion of the velcro to the bottom of your pedals it is best to stick the velcro directly to the metal bottom. It's OK if it's painted, but you will need to get any old adhesive residue off before applying the velcro to a clean and dry surface. This is especially true of Boss and Line6 brand pedals. Those rubber pads will require some effort to get off, but the end result is well worth it. Also, if your pedal board is exposed to extreme heat (like a car trunk in August) the adhesive compound on the velcro breaks down and rejects the bond if it's applied to a rubber pad.

For pedals with rubber feet that actually hold on the bottom plate of the effect, such as a Crybaby wah, You will need to remove the rubber feet and reinstall the screws. On some the housings on pedals of this type the holes will be tapped deep enough to do this. If the original screws will not go all the way in you'll need to go down to the hardware store and get some shorter screws of the same thread type to hold your plate on. If all this makes you stomach hurt just thinking about it, a company called Stompin-Ground sells a flat mounting plate to fit most popular wah pedals for $19.00 with velcro already attached. Check it out. http://stompin-ground.com/products/sgwahplate.htm

8. What if I need to get some more velcro?
We do keep a limited supply on hand available for Pedaltrain owners. Please contact us for details.

9. What is the Pedaltrain warranty?
All Pedaltrain products carry a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. This warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damage to persons or property caused by use, abuse, misuse, or improper storage or transport of the unit.

This warranty shall not apply to any goods that have been altered or modified by anyone other than ProStageGear. This warranty is valid to the original purchase only and not transferable.

Product Description

Pedalboard for guitar products with carrying case


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Awesome pedal board.
Jman
This is a nice product that works exactly as described, its is sturdy and well built.
P. Carbonara
Plenty of velcro provided.
Anthony W.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Steve in Virginia on May 14, 2011
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As stated in previous reviews, I didn't buy a commercial board for a long time. They were either too big or too small. I built a board years ago out of wood which suited my studio and gigging needs for a long time. However, I recently added a couple of new pedals and changed from a 2 wire to 4 wire setup. So my home built board that served me so well for years suddenly became a little too small. That's when I came across the Pedaltrain 2. My setup is: Input => Crybaby => Tuner => Auto-wah => Compression => OD => distortion => amp, and then in the effects loop I have EQ => Flange => Delay => Reverb. It all fits perfectly with a Dunlop Pedal Power mounted underneath. The board is more then very well built and it's totally solid.

As an additional tip, Pedaltrain has a web app that let's you do a virtual layout of your pedals. So you can view all their different boards with your pedals in the order you set them up and see how it all fits. Not sure if Amazon will allow links in reviews so just go to pedalboardplanner.com (or search it on Google). It an awesome tool which allows you to make sure you get the right board that's right for you.

Outstanding boards, outstanding planning tools...good stuff Pedaltrain!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark J on November 10, 2013
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My issue with the Pedaltrain 2 is the accommodation of a power supply. I have a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus.

The documentation that comes with this pedalboard specifically states that this power supply mounts under the board, and it even includes mounting brackets that fit this power supply. However, if you actually try to mount it to the underside of the board as suggested, you're in for an unpleasant surprise.

First of all, regarding the two circular holes on the front of the board. The fitment to the power supply is there... sort of. There's no way to align them perfectly because the holes on the pedaltrain 2 are slightly too close together. I wasn't worried about this, since I doubt I'll ever chain them and only have access to 1 outlet.

The second issue is, the allegedly self-tapping screws that come with the mounting kit strip as though they were made of butter. Once you've got them in (or attempted to do so), they're never coming out. You'll probably have to break them. It's a shame to have cut corners on something so inexpensive.

The main issue I have with this board relating to my Voodoo Lab power supply is this. Once you get the power supply mounted properly on the underside of the board (it can only go one place), you begin to plug in your pedals and you discover that the cables supplied with the power supply don't fit the mounting location on this board. You can't plug them in because there's not enough clearance between the frame of the pedalboard and the sockets the cables plug in to.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. S. G. on June 21, 2012
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My Pedaltrain PT-2-SC purchase was recently made to replace a larger multi-effects pedalboard. My mindset was that I had owned a Pedaltrain PT-JR in the past, and had hoped to upgrade to a slightly larger Pedaltrain frame that could accommodate the pedals that my Pedaltrain PT-JR could not.

The PT-2-SC will allow approximately 6 standard Boss-sized pedals plus two larger foot pedals such as a wah and volume pedal. If neither wah or volume are your cup of tea, the PT-2-SC will allow 10 standard Boss-sized pedals with ease.

You may experience some difficulty powering certain pedals with a power supply other than a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power unit, as certain power supplies with the AC power connection on the side of the unit may not or will not attach easily with the PT-2-SC supplied brackets.

A solution to this problem is to buy PT-2-SC Universal Brackets. Also , because certain power supplies have their AC power connection on one side only, positioning the power supply under the PT-2-SC can be disadvantageous. The PT-JR, PT-1, and PT-2 are all designed for the front end power connection of a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power unit. If this is a concern of yours and you require an AC connection with the power supply positioned other than what is required by the PT-JR, PT-1, or PT-2; the solution is the PT-3 and PT-PRO, both larger boards, that will allow positioning under the board wherever desired.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By adamliztalbot on February 16, 2012
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this is a great board for anyone with a good number of pedals for the price. Comes with Velcro and a nice case to keep them in.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tone on September 23, 2010
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I put off using a pedal board for years because of the apparent lack of imagination by manufacturers. Always too big or too small with nothing in between to choose from. I finally decided to go with the Pedaltrain 2 after watching the YouTube vid for it. The item shipped quickly and in a day or so I was able to put together a board that works for me and isn't over or under sized. Great product!
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