A safe haven for your effects pedals - the universal Palmer Pedalboard PEDALBAY 60
The Pedalbay 60 from Palmer always comes up with these thoughtful details, for which the manufacturer from the Hessian Taunus is renowned. For instance: the sloped surface enables stepping on the footswitch on the back row of effects; the rear feet are adjustable in height and movable for the optimum tilt angle, thus guaranteeing a firm foothold at any inclination. The two inner cross bars of the Palmer Pedalbay 60 can be adjusted horizontally and secured with Allen screws to suit different package formats. Using four hooks on the bottom of the unit, multiple power supplies can be fixed while saving space "outside of the danger zone"; two elastic rubber bands are included for that purpose.
The Palmer Pedalbay 60 is made of powder coated aluminium and provides enough space even for comprehensive effects collections. The cross bars are covered with thick fleece on top; 3m of self-adhesive Velcro are included for the installation of the "land mines". The board comes in a padded carrying case with accessory pocket and removable shoulder strap.
The Palmer Pedalbay 60 is available at a price of € 128.00 RRP.
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After starting out over 30 years ago, Palmer Germany has established itself on an international scale as one of the best known secrets of the music and audio industry. When local musicians need repairs by qualified technicians, customized modifications to their instruments and amplifiers or special "little helpers" that are not available from any other manufacturers, Palmer is their first port of call.
By cooperating closely with people in the field, Palmer gained a valuable insight into what musicians and audio technicians really value - the best sound quality, reliable functionality and precision down to the very last detail. With this in mind, Palmer started producing the products that have helped to establish the Palmer brand in Germany and worldwide, and it is these products that are used by leading musicians and technicians in the studio and on stage.
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