#1
I'm looking for a professional pedal board with a case, and I found this really cool one that was in the back of a Guitar World magazine. It's got all sorts of cool tricks like a guitar cable tester, variable DC voltage, and it has some way to keep it uncluttered, which is nice.

Has anyone tried these out?

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/SKB-SKBPS55-Stagefive-Professional-Pedal-Management-System?sku=542022#new
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#2
Its a nice board but $300 is a bit much
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#3
Quote by Ninja Penguin77
Its a nice board but $300 is a bit much


+1

I built my board custom with some boards, a couple blocks of wood and a power strip for less than $100. Granted, I don't have a case for it, but I'm not sure I really need one.
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#4
300 actually seemed a little low for what it appears you get. And portability is a big issue for me.
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#5
It's actually REALLY easy to make your own. Even with a case. Just build the board into the bottom of the case.
#6
Quote by ChrisBW
It's actually REALLY easy to make your own. Even with a case. Just build the board into the bottom of the case.

I have built my own, but in terms of portibility, it's pretty heavy and there's no on-board power-supply.
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#7
What type of wood did you use?

I don't know.. it's up to you. Personally I like the design of the Pedaltrain ones, but those don't come with a power supply...