Pedaltrain Mini

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  1. AqueousView11

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  3. AqueousView11

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    Yeah I'm excited
     
  4. sa1126

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    I wonder what the price tag will be...
     
  5. AqueousView11

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    With the softshell, Im guessing around 75 dollars.
     
  6. Ed Reed

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    so much for mounting a PP2 under it though... :rolleyes:
     
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    i am waiting for the pedaltrain mini-me

    just for one pedal!:D
     
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    I'd like to see that too!
     
  9. ibobunot

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    Waiting for "show me your loaded Pedaltrain Mini" thread.... :munch
     
  10. orange worker

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    i would love to load one of these up with 8 Zvex/Catalinbread pedals :drool
     
  11. sense_of_henry

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    I don't really see the point of this one. :rolleyes:
     
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    Or for using a wah pedal...
     
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    I do! I just came back from playing at a wedding with some former bandmates. I brought a guitar and 4 pedals on the plane with me. Not wanting to bring a huge pedalboard, I opted to just take a few key ones a long. It would have been nice to bring along a small board like this! I wish this was out a month ago.

    Brian
     
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    guys, i want to bring my SF PT2 on a plane next week, do you think they'll give me problems?
    What i always do is bring the guitar with me and he pedals in a backpack, i just need to know if you think i could possibly leave the backpack and bring the PT2+guitar on board.

    I'll be a free man in a few days,:D!
     
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    B-b-b-but... when you get this small all you really need is the gig bag and a small piece of wood...


    (edit) but $70 is pretty cheap...
     
  17. novawind

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    If Sweetwater is charging $99 for the mini + softcase, might as well just get a PT jr.
     
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    Yeah, if you're a caveman.
     
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    It's not $99, it's $69.
     
  20. novawind

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    < dum dum dum dum Martin Harris dumb. I read the page wrong.

    Could be useful then.
     

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