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Rockboard Pedalboard w. Gig Bag TRES 3.2

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Pedalboard avec housse

  • Pour env. 7 à 12 pédales (selon la taille)
  • En aluminium léger laminée à froid résistant à la torsion
  • Design à fentes pour un montage facile des pédales
  • Raidissement supplémentaire par des entretoises de soutien en U
  • Surface plate inclinée à 10° revêtue de poudre noire
  • Aucune soudure
  • Trous de fixation des deux côtés pour lampe RockBoard LED Light optionnelle non-fournie (N° d'article

    461657

    )
  • Emplacement pour un module patchbay RockBoard@Surface enduite de poudre noire
  • Largeur: 598 mm
  • Profondeur: 234 mm
  • Hauteur avec pieds en caoutchouc: 37 - 71 mm
  • Poids du pedalboard: 1,3 kg
  • Dimensions intérieures de la housse: 650 x 260 x 120 mm
  • Poids de la housse: env. 1,6 kg
  • Bande scratch autocollante (largeur de 50 mm), ruban velours (largeur de 25 mm) et attaches câbles incl.
Indication Enregistrez votre produit sur www.w-distribution.de/Warranty et étendez la garantie à 4 ans.
Nombre d'effets 12
Alimentation incluse Non
Boucle d'effets Non
Housse incl. Oui
Etui rigide incl. Non
Numéro d'article 478619
99 €
Envoi gratuit et TVA incluse.
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Rockboard Pedalboard w. Gig Bag TRES 3.2
lou40 05.06.2020
c très bien suffisent pour mon utilisation
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A little more work for R&D dept.
Lechum 01.10.2020
I received this product a couple of days ago. Quality is good, however there are a couple of negative points to raise. First, I was very disappointed to find that my Harley Benton PowerPlant (Thomann item 119603) was too deep to fit underneath the unit. Looking at the dimensions of alternative power supplies for pedals, it seems that only those with a separate transformer will go under the unit. This makes the 3-pin plug/socket on the various Rockboard MOD connection organizers of no use. Perhaps Thomann should put on the product details for the power packs which Pedalboards they are compatible with. End result is that I had to get another power supply.
I contacted Rockboard direct, and they were very understanding, and said that the larger pedalboards that can hold 2 or more rows of pedals can accommodate large power supply units underneath, because the height from the ground increases accordingly. They also told me that ALL of the 1/4 inch jack connectors on the MOD 1 are STEREO, so for example, you can put a twin button amp footswitch through it, thus making everything much neater.
Secondly, the two pre-drilled holes on the board to accept the MOD 1 are not big enough to take the attachment bolts! So I had to make them larger; these holes are too close to the additional supports, so it is very a awkward job to attach the MOD 1. After a half-day's work I manged to get it all sorted, and the unit houses my pedals firmly and attractively. It looks professional, but in my opinion is a bit overpriced.
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Good first pedalboard upgrade
T.J. 14.02.2021
Since I've been buying some extra pedals, my former pedaltrain nano+ became a bit small to fit everything.
I was therefore looking for a knew solution, with a bit more space, but no overkill, to end up with a lot of open space on the knew one.
For me the TRES 3.2 seems the correct size for my current needs.
I chose Rockboard over Pedaltrain this time, since it appeared to be easier to hide cables, due to the fact that there are more rows of smaller holes. Especially good, since every pedal has its own positioning of connections.
You can fit two rows of pedals on top of each other, but only if you only own pedals that have "normal" dimensions. (For example, I have a TC Electronics Fangs and these are too big to fit two of this on top of each other).
In depth it could have been a bit longer for me, it would create a bit more space in between two pedals, but the QUAD, comes in with too much extra I think.
With the pedals close to each other, especially if you place a higher model on the first row, you hit it, when switching on a pedal of row two.
BUT it gave me the idea of actually keeping my Nano+ pedal. I fitted this with velcro as a higher second row, like you see with the big, expensive pedalboards. In this way the second row is a bit higher and you can switch the pedals on and off without problem.
I can fit 10 normal sized pedals on the board on the width of the Nano, so this gives mee two rows of 10 normal sized pedals. Next to this there is enough space to fit an expression pedal, since the TRES 3.2 and the Nano have different widths.
Further on, the Rockboard have many possible options, such as the tray, the patch bays, etcetera.
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Great product
Fariels 05.11.2020
Very useful support to start building a pedalboard. Highly recommended for all the players who are searching a solid and sturdy base to organise their effects.
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