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Harley Benton SpaceShip 60

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Pedalboard

  • Adjustable and lightweight
  • Rugged powder coated aluminium frame
  • Carpet covered
  • Adjustable height and tilt
  • Easy power supply installation under the frame
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 70/85 x 600 x 305 mm
  • Weight: 1.54 kg
  • Includes padded gigbag with accessory bag and shoulder strap, 3 m hook and loop fastener (male) and 2 rubber bands for power supply installation
Number Of Effects 14
Incl. power supply No
Effect Send/Return No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
Incl. Case No
Item number 368158
£49
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What a great pedal board!
Bob @ Piedmont Guitars 09.05.2019
I'm going to jump straight into the Pros and cons instead of getting up on a soapbox.
Pros: This is a very high quality welded aluminum pedal board. It really is. Don't worry about the Harley Benton name on it. I think Thomann is just using that as a brand name for all of their in store stuff. This is really great. Has the under carriage for mounting the power supply below the board. Adjustable feet on the front legs to get more tilt back if you like. Extremely durable and well constructed aluminum square tubing. Plus quite a bit of velcro for attaching your pedals if you want to go that way. And if that wasn't enough, it comes with a pretty good carry bag for the end of the gig. Slide it in, zip it up and load it in the van. All for a great price! And this is a pretty large board too. I could have probably gone down one size smaller. But I have a wah wah pedal on it also. Most of my pedals are either the small mini pedals, or they are double foot switch boost/drive pedals. Nothing in the middle for me lol. Seriously tho. It's a great board!
Cons: Hmmm for the price, I really can't think of any. It's not too heavy for its size, but not too lightweight that it will bend and break over time either. It's just a great board!
Highly recommend it. I'm really going to have to look at a few more things with that Harley Benton label on it. See what I have been missing! Maybe another guitar without that high priced Maryland builders name on it? The reviews coming out of the Harley Benton CST-24's is pretty good... we'll see how it goes :)
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Jim White Weymouth 04.04.2020
I wanted a pedalboard and a PSU to mount my Hughes & Kettner FSM-432 MkIII for controller for my H&L Black Spirit 200 amp rig and to power my Boss WL-50 wireless guitar system, a Korg DT-10 tuner, and a Morley Bad Horsie II wah. I already own a PedalTrain Nuovo which I use for my BluGuitar Amp1/Remote1 rig and a Korg Pitchblack tuner, so my initial research was based around that brand (and Voodoo Labs for the PSU). I was really surprised when I realised that with the Harley-Benton brand I could have the board AND a PSU (the ISO-1 Pro - see separate review) for about the same price as either a PedalTrain board OR a Voodoo Labs PSU. A no-brainier, really - assuming that I’m not getting half the quality to match half the price, of course. However, having read many reviews, the vast majority of which were very positive, I decided to take the plunge ... I’m glad I did. For a start Thomann’s service is terrific; even in these strange times of coronavirus the package arrived within a couple of days. The board is well built, light and looks fairly sturdy, and the soft case is of good quality too. My only caveat would be a slight worry about the adjustable feet at the back of the board (which lift it to give it the desired angle); they look a little exposed and may well break off if the board is dropped or kicked, but we shall see ... I spent a happy afternoon attaching the bits and I’m delighted with the result. As I said in my review for the ISO-1 Pro PSU, I haven’t yet been able to gig the new kit, but when I do I will come and update the review as necessary.
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Just awesome.
The String Wizzard 09.06.2016
I've been playing with Pedaltrain for the past 6 years, and I've never had any complains, but I always felt there was something missing. I bought this Harley Benton SpaceShip because of the adjustable distance. I was curious.

I was blown away! This thing is PERFECT for every occasion! I went on tour right after buying this thing and it worked wonders. It's much more stable that a Pedaltrain, and you can also adjust the height of the supports so it's perfect for when you're playing on an uneven stage.
The adjustable distance is also great! Works perfect if you have a mixture of normal-sized pedals and tiny ones (Ditto Looper for example)

The bag is top grade, and protects the pedals perfectly.

I totally recommend this, both as a professional musician and as a gear enthusiast!

Edit:

After 3-4 years of using this thing, it did not survive, it was really solid at the begining, but after a year or so it started falling appart little by little, the bag got ragged and some screws just fell out. Is still solid and very good and usable, but it's not the best long lasting quality out there. Would still buy it, but with a solid case
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wonderfully big!
Shawn Legaspi 06.06.2021
when I received this pedalboard in the post, I didn't realise how massive it would be! right now I only have 2 pretty big pedals on it, and I can see myself fit many more pedals in the future :)

the carpet on the rails make pedal attachment super easy, since you only need to add the added velcro to the underside of your pedals. this was so useful for me, as it's my first pedalboard

however, there were slight issues with this - actually, one of the included rubber bands I got immediately broke when I tried stretching it out to fix my power supply to the bottom - luckily they provide 3 so I was able to do the job, but I would be wary of the quality of these rubber bands

secondly, it took me a bit of time figuring out that you needed to thread the back legs through one of the rails, and also the adjustability can be annoying, since it's hard to know just how high each one needs to be - there should be more clarity for this info in my opinion

even with that said, I would definitely recommend this board to pedalboard novices like myself, super affordable and seems to be very sturdy!
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