Gator GPB-BAK-1 Aluminum Guitar Pedalboard (with Carry Bag)

This large pedalboard is made of extra-durable aluminum and sits at an angle for easy pedal access. Included is a rugged carrying bag with removable strap.

$179.99

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Overall User Ratings (based on 1 ratings)
  • Overall:
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Sound:
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Features:
    5 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Submitted February 10, 2024 by Geoff Fafenrodt in Los Angeles, CA

"Nice pedal board!"

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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I just received my board a couple of days ago, and I put it together last night. I'm very impressed. Nice lightweight super durable aluminum chassis holding everything down nice and tight. There are plenty of openings for cables and power supply chords so putting the puzzle together was a piece of cake. I would recommend a few things. First off, ditch the velcro and buy a roll of 3M dual lock fastener tape. I'm sure the Velcro probably works well enough, but the stuff ages quickly and is a magnet for dust and dirt. I bought a 6 foot roll of 2 inch locking tape. Get the 2 inch. It fits perfectly and really locks everything down nice and tight and secure. No wobbling going on here. I also used zip ties (1/2" x 12") for my Exotic wah and Exotic EP booster. The booster has little rubber feet on it which are great but don't come off. So instead of mucking around with it to make the tape work, I just cinched it down with a zip tie. Easy peasy. Same with the wah. I didn't have to take the feet off either. Some of the wah installation videos are pretty funny. Guys busting out their drills getting their Tim Taylor on and all. No thanks. It only took one tie right in the middle above the jacks and done. That's why I'd recommend the I/2 inch. I could have looped one more around the bottom if wanted to, but no need for it. One tie and it's secure as you want it. I haven't used the bracket underneath for a power supply unit so no review on that. I'm just using my One Spot daisy chain, and it works just fine for now. No hums, no noises, no extra money spent , no nothing. The gig bag seems nice. Seems sturdy enough for gigging. Lol... I certainly wouldn't check it in on an airplane, but for tossing it in the car and hopping to your next gig no problem. Great stuff. Anyway, great board. Great value. It's not the cheapest board available, but it's certainly not the most expensive. It's right in the middle of the road right in the price point I was looking for. Lastly, another great job by zZounds. Another seamless transaction. It's been a pleasure doing business with you guys for the last four years. Great stuff.Thank you.

Musical Background:

Over 40 years. Professional, education, etc...

Musical Style:

Most of them.
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