#2
seriously has anyone ever heard of these or anything ive been looking at them for awhile but there is no info on them besides thier website
#3
Sometimes it takes more than an hour for someone to respond to your post.

I haven't seen those before, they look pretty average to me honestly...but then I'm more practical and think that a lit up board would make it harder for me to see my pedals

I think honestly it should be pretty low on your priority list, I would definitely want to make sure I had a good amp and a variety of pedals before I dropped a bunch of money on a board. A bunch of people here make their own boards and they seem to work pretty well.
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#4
what more information do you want?

they are custom made pedal boards that look quite nice, are very sturdy and expensive

I'd personally take a Pedaltrain over one anyday because it just seems easier to change stuff around later on down the track
#5
pedalboard = velcro and plywood.

hey, it's not like it affects you tone at all. why drop money on that when you could have a nice little chunk of cash-ish added to your GAS fund?
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#6
it seems to be the easy way out, half the fun of pedal boards, is building them yourself.
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#7
i was just wondering about the quality i mean for that kinda money i would expect it to be excellent but like i said i cant find anyone who has even heard of them. and i have a pedal board now just thought after i finish my rig with a few more pedals i could look into it. i thought lighting looks badass but then again i can definently see how it could be a problem too especially if it adds noise or anything. anyway i guess ill keep searching just dont feel like putting that kinda money into something without finding any kind of reviews or anything that isnt affiliated with the company
#8
They're high quality, metal boards. The lighting won't add noise since it's LEDs. There's really nothing else to them, they're pedalboards. They hold things or they don't.
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#9
they are great boards. made out of metal. good for gigging. i dunno how their wiring works. a pedaltrain seems more practical.
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#10
ok cool thanks everyone for the opinions i think ill hold off just been looking at them for a few months and really dont know why i like them so much......... fml and my need to impulsively buy stuff i dont need it keeps putting holes in my bank account anyway im sure ill spend my money on something else tomorrow anyway so good day everyone
#11
i have a huge pedaltrain. it's cool but they are a hassle. their meant to be set up once and carried around for gigs. if your messing around with pedals at home they are a big chore.
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#12
Those seem pretty overpriced if you're not a huge pedal enthusiast, but goddamn I need that huge board with the LED lights
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#13
I actually have a very basic (smaller version) of trailer trash's standard board with a flight case, and it has been great. Super high quality, reliable, and durable. The velcro top makes it easy to swap out my ever-changing set up.

I have mine set up with audioquest patch cables and a VL PPII mounted underneath.

I actually bought it because they are located just down the street from me (Denver, CO), so I could always just buzz over to their warehouse if I ever needed any help/spare parts/etc.
#14
why go to all that expense even the pedaltrain boards and cases are overpriced, unless you go for the soft case option, stagg do a gig worthy hard case one for £30, remember if your gigging your board is going to get covered in blood, sweat and regurgitated alcohol,

the trailer trash ones do look cool though but to me aren`t practical.
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#15
yeah im still gassing for these but probably wont go through with it cause to fit my needs i would be looking at least 800 bucks wiring it myself i gig constantly but dunno if its worth it just looking bad ass


on a side not ibanez i would like to kill you and steal the jem from you that is all.....