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Pop Up and Tilt Pedal Board in 1/4" Ply ATA Case - Unique! - 32 Inch

$189.99
(15 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
RCPEDAL-HYB-POPNTILT32
Condition:
New
Availability:
Usually Ships in 5-10 business dasy
Weight:
20.00 LBS
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Our awesome 32” pop up and tilt ATA pedal board case is a useful tool for the musician who desires fast set up and easy access to their effects gear. This case is made with lightweight, yet sturdy 1/4" plywood laminated to attractive heavy gauge Nubtex vinyl. This effects case has catches which are recessed. It also sports a spring loaded surface mounted handle with a rubber grip. All aluminum extrusion is used to assemble the case and the entire interior is carpet lined and is very Velcro friendly as well. Road Cases USA products are made to last. Check out our great line up today.

  • ATA 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
  • Dolly Wheels and End Handle Option
  • Inside Dimensions: 32" x 16" x 4 1/4" high above the pedal board - 1 1/4" below the pedal board 
  • Made In The USA

We ship to Hawaii & Alaska as well as internationally, but can only provide free shipping to the lower 48 US states at this time. Please email, phone or text us for a quote for air, expedited, and international delivery options.

 
 

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  • 5
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  • 5
    Great!

    Posted by Broar6stringist on 23rd Jan 2014

    Wow! These guys are INGENIUS! What a great idea!

  • 5
    Ingenious!

    Posted by BefQuermreite Music on 7th Jan 2014

    Great pop up case! Very comfortable to use!

  • 5
    Great Design!

    Posted by SomStaisalods the guitar man on 5th Jan 2014

    My choice was an easy one after I saw this great little pop up case. It offers everything you need with a nifty tilting board. Glad I found these guys

  • 3
    Its alright....

    Posted by Chris Brough on 3rd Jan 2012

    I have been looking for an ATA case for my pedal board for a while that would hold my pedals and protect them at a reasonable price. This board seemed to fit the bill. When I received the board and started putting my pedals together on it it was a little disappointing.

    I wanted to be able to use the board in the flat position and place my power strip and power supply underneath teh board so I would have only pedals on top of the board. I quickly discovered that wasn't going to happen. There is barely room underneath for the powerstrip, not to mention my Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2+. I tried different placements and ways of setting it up, but there is just no way that it was going to happen. I thought, well I will try the tilt position which would allow more room for cables etc. to be under the board. That doesn't work because you can't put the cover on and leave the board in the tilt position, plus the tilt is just a little to steep to be useful.
    I ended up placing my power strip and my Voodoo Labs Power Supply on top of the board, which takes up space on the face of the board. It works, but there isn't much room for expansion of pedals now.

    The other thing that I didn't like is that in the flat position when you step on the pedals the board seems to bend in a bit because there isn't anything in the middle of the board to sturdy it up. Just seems a little flimsy and the velcro top, while very useful, seems to be attached in a cheap way. It was already pulling up from the plywood within about 20min.

    This board is better than what I had before, but its certainly not a pro-level piece of gear and I will probably look into replacement of this board as soon as I can afford to buy something that is more professional and well made.