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Best pedal board?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by dmarkj22, May 19, 2011.

  1. dmarkj22

    dmarkj22 Member

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    I'm in process of putting together a new pedal board and I was wondering which company makes the best, most affordable ones? When I google "pedal board" so many brands come up. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. rico1204

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    Pedaltrains are pretty popular. I'm thinking about getting a PT-3.
     
  3. schwa

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    PedalTrain is the short answer.
     
  4. teleclem

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    Pedaltrain is easily the most popular choice here (I used something similar - DIY). I, however, have a Trailer Trash board on the way.
     
  5. thesooze

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    Yup, PTs are great.

    Check out Blackbird and Helweg for more options.
     
  6. The Kid

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    I prefer Trailer Trash. The slots on the pedal train are too wide imo.
     
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    Pedaltrains for me :aok
     
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    I use a Pedal Train and like it. I would prefer a Trailer Trash because I'm a neat freak with my board, but the cost is a bit out of reach for me now.

    I will also say PT has great customer support. My bag fell apart on me and they replaced it for free.
     
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    I love my pedaltrain! The only way I would ever replace it is if I come into money and can afford a glow top Trailer Trash.
     
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    plywood and velcro :)
     
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    Although I'm using 2 different size Pedaltrains at the moment, I've also used NYC Pedalboards and found them to be very roadworthy. A different concept than the Pedaltrain, but it might fit your needs. http://www.nycpedalboards.com
     
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    Just got a Trailer Trash 28X16 a few months ago and it is the stuff.I was able to find a dealer who carried the boards here in my neck of the woods,the board came with the bag but I wound up calling Rooster at TT and he hooked me up with the roadcase for it,it's built like a tank. Rooster is a great guy to deal with and I had the case in a few days!!!
     
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    I got mine from Bradycases.com

    Brady's a really nice guy too. His boards aren't cheap, but they're TOP quality, customizable, slanted, and you can store your power supplies underneath. :aok
     

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