Pedaltrain PT-NANO-SC 14" Pedalboard (with Soft Case) Reviews4.6/5.0 based on 8 customer reviews
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from Roch NY
June 19, 2012Music Background:
Sweet 'LIL hunk-o-metalI just luv this tiny-- 3 pedal board. I keeps 3 pedals that i use at times and need to have nearby to adjust parameters. Fits on top of my amp perfect. It even allowed me to Velcro a small power-strip to the side and still fits in the bag. I also have 2 wall worts plugged in and there is a ton of room left underneath if necessary
Nice bag too../\../\../\.. fits everything with room to spare.
only thought....they should have added a shoulder strap to the bag
June 6, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician, Live Sound Slave
Great little board!!I've been using this to house 3 pedals I use for my fiddle along with a DI box. Works great and it straps to my case for easy load in an out. Great product and well built. Would recommend if you only have a few pedals.
from Boston, MA USA
February 19, 2012Music Background:
Lightweight and SturdyLove this pedalboard, am able to strap it to my gig bag and make my load-in/set up much easier. I've got a lot of compliments on this thing and the included soft case is great quality. It also comes with plenty of velcro!
from Okinawa Japan
October 4, 2011Music Background:
Great for the essential pedalsReally great little pedal board. Comes with plenty of hook and latch tape to boot! High quality, smooth edges and well built but light. This is perfect for three regular size pedals or four pedals that are TC electronic or MXR size. I have a Hardwire tuner, Jekyll and Hyde and Flashback delay on it with plenty of room for connectors. The padded carrying case is high quality too. Worth the price in my opinion.
December 4, 2010Music Background:
Perfect Grab n' Go If You Just Need A Few Pedals!!!I love this little board. You can fit 2 or 3 pedals and a tuner in a non-cluttered, convenient way. The gig bag is very nice and so...well, CONVENIENT! It;s a better bag that the bigger pedaltrain gig bags. If you have a few of those smaller "nano" pedals like the lovepedals and such, you simply have to have this! $50 may be a little pricey, but that depends on how you look at it. I personally think this it a good value. I will have it forever, and it will protect my pedals, while making my life easier. I have a PT-2 as well, and it is great. This is great too, though.
from Washington, DC
March 13, 2012Music Background:
Simple, functional, and SMALL!Pedaltrain is known for making great pedalboards, and this one is no exception. The build is top quality, the welds are solid, and the included padded carrying case is much higher quality than I expected. Three pedals fit with ease, and four can fit, depending upon the pedal size. This board is as simple and basic as it gets... just an aluminum platform with rubber feet. Perfect for use as a small rig that you can grab and go for small gigs. I wanted to mount a power supply underneath the board for 2 9v and one 18v pedal as I only want one power cord running from my board. Space is extremely tight under this board, so I had to mod it to fit the PS. Don't expect to fit the standard power supplies underneath without modification. Lastly, the design of the supplied shoulder strap for the bag is a bit of a mystery to me, and not very usable in my opinion. I understand the manufacturer designed it to sling over your body diagonally, but I would never carry it like that. The board in it's case fits nicely into the backpack that I take to gigs, so the carrying strap is a non-issue. Definitely recommend the PT Nano for a guitarist or bassist that wants a minimalist rig.
from Fort Lauderdale, FL
January 11, 2012Music Background:
Pro Bass Player
Great Board!A great, very durable little board for your pedals. Probobly the coolest thing about the board is the case; it is small enough that it comes with straps that wrap around your guitar gig bag so you need not have to carry it in your hands. Nice!
from central ohio
June 20, 2012Music Background:
Great product, but could use some improvementsI think the Pedaltrain products are great, and I love how the design allows you to run cabling under the board. But that being said, the Nano does have a few flaws. I was creative enough to overcome them, but here they are (I'm hoping the Pedaltrain folks will take suggestions like these for future revisions):
1.) The nice padded carrying pouch has NO additional external or internal pockets.
2.) Most musicians who are drawn to products like these are looking to minimize clutter, and simplify/expedite their set-up time. For this reason it just makes sense that you're able to mount a small power supply (such as the visual sound 1-spot that I chose) to the underside of the board, however, because of the lack of available surface area, I was forced to add an extra section of velcro to the underside of one of my pedals to create a surface for connecting my 1-spot PS from beneath the board.
3.) I like to run the cabling from my amp(s) etc under my board; for connection to the power supply & running up through to the pedals for a neat appearance. If your cables are bound together in a 'snake' or wire-loom such as mine, this can be difficult as there is minimal clearance for running things under the board. This is obviously not a huge issue, and again, a little improvising will overcome this.
Aside from these minor concerns the Nano has given me exactly what I wanted: I tiny board to take to practice, small footprint jobs, and for travel on plains etc where I just can't bring the larger boards.