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Gator G-TOUR PEDALBOARD-LGW Tour Series Pedal Board, Large
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- Pro Grade Shock Absorbing EVA foam Interior
- Pedal Board Surface 24 x 11 Inches (internal surface measurements)
- Plywood Fabricated with Aluminum Valance
- 3M Dual Lock Fastener for Pedal Installation
- Heavy Duty Gator Signature Hardware
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The Gator Cases Tour series large pedal board provides serious protection for guitar effects pedals. The G-TOUR series guitar pedal board also features a large removable pedal board with a usable surface that measures 24” X 11”. The interior protection includes thick pro grade shock absorbing EVA foam. The pedals fasten to the pedal board with the provided 3M Dual Lock. Plenty of storage space for cables and accessories exist under in the lower portion of the case. The exterior of this amazing guitar pedal board boasts a thick plywood frame and aluminum valance for ultimate protection. To finish it off, the Gator Cases G-TOUR PEDALBOARD-LGW has a retractable tow handle and in-line wheels making this pedal board easy to transport. The pedal board case also features Gator Cases signature heavy duty spring loaded red rubber grip handles and robust, recessed butterfly latches.
The Gator Cases G-TOUR series of pedal boards comes in two sizes. The G-TOUR PEDALBOARD-LGW, which has a usable surface area of 24”X11” and the G-TOUR PEDALBOARD-SM which has a usable surface area of 17” X 11”. The Gator Cases Tour Series pedal boards provide ultimate protection for guitar effects pedals such as Boss, Donner, Vox, Zoom, Digitech, Behringer, Joyo, TC Electronic, Electro-Harmonix and many more. The G-TOUR series of pedal boards have become popular among musicians because they are robust and built to withstand the stomp!
Gator Cases is known for manufacturing innovative products designed to protect! We offer a wide range of available sizes, materials, and protection levels, for all types of instruments and gear including Frameworks stands, Rackworks install racks and accessories, and Protechtor drum cases. It isn’t hard to find a great reason why Gator should be the brand you trust to protect your equipment for life!
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WOW, this box is tough! It can definitely withstand abuse. Inside the plywood shell, carpeted in a durable felt are hard foam blocks which center and suspend your pedalboard in the middle of the case. There is an soft eggshell cushion on the top of the case that rests against the pedal controls. There is a MAXimum of 3.5" of clearance from the board to the top of the case closed (see my photos below). It was just enough to fit my ATX converted pedal power supply. I chose to cut out that area of ceiling foam to make it fit better (but it probably didn't need to be (I could close it if I squished it). Here are the ACTUAL usable dimensions of the board:
LENGTH 24 inches (You cannot use the aluminum framing because it interferes with the case)
DEPTH 11 3/8 inches (if just counting the black space), HOWEVER, if you include the aluminum framing (which doesn't get in the way of the case), you can get 13 1/8 inches
HEIGHT: 3 1/2 inches (Recommend staying below this so you have some "cushion" room
Under the board there is a large usable space, best suited for cables or perhaps a power strip. Its dimensions are:
LENGTH 24 3/4 inches
DEPTH 8 3/4 inches (between the hard foam supports
HEIGHT: 1 3/4 inches (probably not enough to store a spare pedal)
Here are the GOOD features:
-4 butterfly clasps, heavy duty quality
-3 spring loaded handles (can hold like suitcase, flat out when stacking and also to roll)
-2 roller wheels accompanied by rubber feet to stand on end if storing as such
-All corners reinforced with ball ends
-Storage below for cables (see size above)
-MEDIUM amount of pedal space (this is not a Large board), so plan accordingly (see size above)
-Pedal board with sutble downward angle from rubber casters (these could probably be swapped out if you wanted a steeper angle)
-2 slide handles on board which double as extra protection from feet or "stuff above"
-Comes with 3M Dual Lock tape (way better than even industrial Velcro), this stuff is awesome for attaching your pedals. They wont go nowhere.
-Price for quality is superb
Here are the NOT SO GOOD features:
-It is not a LARGE board, if you're a pedal maniac this may not be the board for you.
-No space under board to mount a power supply. However if you changed the rubber feet to something taller, it could be possible to put a voodoo labs supply under there.
-No holes to route wires under board. I was going to rout some out and put wire passthru but I eventually decided I could get a clean enough look with just surface mounting the cables. I am using wire clamps screwed into the board($7 for qty 100). I figured less work, and damage to the board.
Sorry for the partially done pictures of the my assembly. There is now a Dunlop wah, Boss CS-3 compressor, Ibanez Tube screamer w/ boost pedal on it now. I'm very happy for how things fit!
5 stars, Highly recommend!
One word of warning, because, admittedly, I'm an idiot. I spent close to two hours mounting the pedals and running all the cabling just so... only to realize that I'd mounted everything upside down. In other words, there are rubber stoppers on the bottom of the board--three on each side--that the board itself sits on when out of the case and on the stage. The three at the top are about a half-inch thick and the three on the bottom edge are about 1/4" thich, so the board slants downward slightly toward the player. Unless you check underneath first, you won't realize which is the "front" and which side is the "back," and I did it backwards. Now I can't figure out for the life of me how to unscrew the rubber feet and reverse them, because the bolts appear to have a completely round hole; not hex, not torx, just round. I'm going to email the manufacturer now to see if there's an easy way to switch them, because I REALLY don't want to pull everything off the board and restart, especially since I drilled those holes for the zip-tie. D'oh.
The line 6 helix fits perfectly inside with ZERO modification at all to the foam. Note, you do have to press down a bit to close it the first few times because the egg create foam inside the top of the case needs to break in. I suppose you could even consider cutting the foam slightly to accommodate the buttons but I decided not to. I just took my helix set it right on top of the provided board, and slowly pressed down on the top to get it to latch.
Another nice feature, is that you can take the board out, and store your power chord/picks/cables underneath. This is great for people like me who need extra strings and such for a show. You can store your stuff, and use the handle on top and wheels to roll it around.
Now one small thing to note, is that this thing is heavy duty metal, and if you are not careful you can cut your fingers opening and closing the latches. I cut my thumb day one opening the case for the first time. Also, your helix is 14 lbs, and the case is about that too.... my point once secured, this will be HEAVY. If you are in a band however, you are likely accustomed to hauling around 40 lb items to and from shows.
Also received the board with the paint chipping off of the handles on the pedalboard. Yes it is paint or some kind of coating, not foam or rubber on the handles. Will see how it holds up with my busy gigging schedule. I like the space for accessories. Wouldn't recommend for anyone with a tendency to really stomp their pedals.