I've had the Gator pedlboard for fewk years now, as i was spending a lot of time assembling my rig at every rehearsal (however i was fond of the practicallity of hving all the pedals in a backpack, easy to store and carry around).
The board is first of all very roomy: i have 9 pedals mounted (including a massive Vox wah and 2 big EHXs) plus a secondary power source; think i could fit another 2-3 mid sized ones if needed. The board comes with a power source, i am using it for part of the pedals, and for the rest i am using my old power source, mounted on the top (the included power comes mounted on the back, which is great).
Installation: it was quite easy, it comes with adhesive velcro which i glued on some pedals and fixed under the screws for others. The "carpet" of the board is okish, the pedals stick well (the only tricky one for me is the Wah, big & heavy, it sometimes is shaky on the board, but i just press it back a bit then). I also fixed the patch cables with some Thomann cable straps, which also have velcro that can be used to keep everything in place on the board. The power cables go through a special hole to the back of the board, good feature.
Now what you need to know is that this pack, with pedals and power source, in the gig bag (cheap looking one, but strong) will be REALLY HEAVY. I never actually weighted it, but should be something like 20kg or more, reaaaaally heavy if you are also carrying a guitar and you want to open thr trunk of your car (do not consider carrying this via public transport unless you're in great shape). But it is SOLID, it seems like it can be run over by a train and nothing would happen.
Overall good product, one of the few large pret-a-porter boards, but pay attention on the weight if that is a criteriin for you.
No issues with the board, but don't use the power supply
I bought this as it was cheaper than its competitors and came with a power supply. Feels good and rugged. I don't imagine the board itself getting damaged any time soon. It is VERY big. If you have loads of pedals you want to fit on your board, then this is the board for you.
However I recommend that you buy the standalone board and purchase a separate power supply. There is a cheaper option on Thomann that does not include the power supply. Buy this and a separate supply. I found that cables would become disconnected in transit. After a while I also noticed that the mains cable was showing some pretty heavy wear and looked like the connection was going to break. Now I use a good quality, low noise 9v power supply with a daisy chain and it is cheaper and works better than the included power supply
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