Gator G-MEGA-BONE - Porta Pedales (con funda y alimentador de corriente)[No incluye Pedales]
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- rígida de polietileno Pedal antideslizante que puede acomodar hasta 10 cajas
- 2 grandes superficies para pedales de wah y volumen Tipo
- Hook & Loop ángulo de montaje de superficie para pedal
- Cadena 9 V fuente de alimentación
- Uso Pesado acolchado ligero Carry Case
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El Gator g-mega Bone pedalera es perfecto para organizar y transportar un número de pedal de efectos pedales. moldeado hecho de polietileno, esta placa está curvado para ofrecer la máxima eficiencia jugando it 's Gig Ready y viene con una fuente de alimentación 9 V conexión en cadena y una funda de transporte para configuración sin esfuerzo y transporte. características rígido pedalera de polietileno que puede alojar hasta 10 cajas de Stomp Ergo friendly forma arqueada 2 pedales grandes superficies para tipo de volumen y wah de fuente de alimentación 9 V Daisy Chain Hook & loop superficie inclinada para pedal de montaje
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There are a lot of good things i can say about this board..it's a rugged piece of plastic that looks like it could take a beating even on a tour. The velcro surface on the board itself looks like its adhered well enough, but if it ever starts to peel up then there's always hot glue. The velcro strips that come with it to stick on the bottoms of your pedals were supplied in ample quantity, ironically for a board that only fits 4-5 stompboxes and a wah. I guess that means you can velcro up your whole pedal collection and select your poison at will. Stylish as all get out, can't go wrong with black. I always get a kick out of "The Bone" logo when i look at it. The AC daisy chain cable that comes in the bag feels really decent quality and can reach easily from pedal to pedal no matter where the power jack is located on your fancier stompboxes.
I have had NO trouble with wobble. Not yet anyway, lets hope it stays that way. I set it down on a concrete floor and it sat confidently level.
The sturdy black carrying bag is quite a solution in itself; i fit all my cables in the front pouch and my pedal board (with pedals attached) rides in the big pocket with room to spare. Its perfect to just sling over your shoulder so you can schlep your guitar in one hand and your amp head in the other like a champ. And when you whip this out at your next rehearsal or gig you'll feel like that awesome guitarist who truly has his gear together.
Worth the purchase for someone like me who only runs a few essentials in their pedal chain!
-Fun design. I've never seen one like this before.
-While it is plastic, it feels durable enough. I'm not ceremoniously jumping on my pedal board to activate a pedal. Maybe I should work on that.
-The oversized zones for expression pedals are nice. The one on the right makes perfect sense- if you want to get real nitpicky, they could have made a double-wide expression zone on the right instead of on each side, as a "traditional" setup would have your wah, volume, etc before distortion boxes, echoes, yadayadayada.. Or heck, just make the entire board as long as a typical expression and let the user decide where to put their effects. But then it wouldn't look like a "bone", which is part of the charm I suppose. Flame away, as I'm sure many of us place their expression pedals at the end of their chain. Calm down, have fun.
- The ac adapter does not have a thick cord. Think standard PC peripheral grade (speakers/modem/router, etc). If you're planning on gigging with this, I'd wind the adapter cable it comes with to the shortest possible length to get everything power, then connect with a good ol' fashioned extension cord right at the pedal board.
- Not really a con, but "you may need to buy": Some pedals do not use the standard 9V connection that this board uses (old digitechs and RAT pedals for example) So you'll need to add on a few adapters (readily available on amazon for $4 each).
- In my opinion, you're dreaming if you think you can fit 4 standard pedals on an expression zone as pictured. Think about the audio and power patches- where are they going to go?? MXR pedals, perhaps.
Overall, glad I picked it up.
The only knock is that there is no cable management system. I improvised with velcro ties and some clear silicon to consolidate on the front lip.
There is no case but I like the bag. It fits in a small backpack along with cords and misc. gear. You need to buy a power supply which is not supplied - but there are inexpensive options available.