Pop Up and Tilt Pedal Board in 1/4" Ply ATA Case - Unique! - 28 Inch

$174.99
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SKU:
RCPEDAL-HYB-POPNTILT28
Condition:
New
Availability:
Usually Ships in 5-10 business dasy
Weight:
20.00 LBS
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Pop Up and Tilt ATA Pedal Board Case 28 Inch

Available In 3 Sizes

 Inside Dimensions:

24" x 12" x 4 1/4" high above the pedal board - 1 1/4" below the pedal board

28" x 14" x 4 1/4" high above the pedal board - 1 1/4" below the pedal board

32" x 16" x 4 1/4" high above the pedal board - 1 1/4" below the pedal board 

MAKE SURE YOU LAY OUT ALL YOUR PEDALS ON THE FLOOR AND MEASURE

FOR THE CORRECT SIZE CASE YOU NEED BEFORE PURCHASING THIS CASE.

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Optional Diamond Plate Rubberized Hard Laminate

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Add Dolly Wheels and End Handle Option

Pedal Board Case Wheels

  • 1/4" Plywood Construction
  • Recessed Catches
  • Surface Spring Handle
  • 1 1/4" Space Under Pedal Board - 4 1/4" Above
  • Approx 2" High In Front
  • Approx 7" High In Rear (when setup)
  • Hold Down Blocks for Pedal Board When In Transit
  • Carpet Lined Interior
  • Made in The USA
This pioneering 28” pop up and tilt ATA pedal board case is incredibly useful for the musician who wants his equipment to work for him or her. It features easy set up and can also be used as a standard pedal board case. This effects case is assembled with standard 1/4" plywood laminated to a heavy gauge Nubtex vinyl laminate. The catches are recessed and the handle is an excellent spring loaded surface mounted type with a rubber grip. All aluminum extrusion is used to assemble the case and the entire inside is lined with carpet which is Velcro friendly.
 
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  • 4
    Pretty nice

    Posted by Fabian on 2nd Feb 2012

    I got my pedalboard and it looked very nice. After I set it up it looks even nicer. I like the construction and sturdiness. I wish the front panel was attached to the board with a hinged connector rather than a loose board that you need to prop. But, that is a small detail that does not detract from the board itself. The other wish I have is an angle selector for the board itself. The way it is set up the angle is a little steep. It would have been nice to have a way to make the angle smaller. Sure, I can cut the support board to the angle I want. Again, not a deal breaker by any stretched of the imagination.

    If I had to buy it again, I would. Also, I already recommended it to a few friends.