Diago Commuter Pedalboard
The Diago Commuter is a portable and lightweight pedalboard that can hold up to 10 standard sized pedals and protected by a softcase exterior.
This softcase pedalboard is measured at just 49 x 26 x 8 cm and weighs 1.8 Kg, it is a more convenient alternative to bulky pedalboard hardcases.
At the core of the Commuter is a solid 12mm thick HDF pedal board, wrapped by a tough satin black coating. It is designed to let you easily slip the board out of the carrying case and carry it about conveniently with its built-in handle. It has six rubber pads which help with weight distribution when you set the board on the floor.
The Commuter features the same super-grippy pedal carpet that Diago use on their hard case pedalboards. According to Diago, the carpet does not deteriorate or become fluffy even with repeated removal of pedals, they said that it will remain grippy for the lifetime of the board. For attaching your pedals, each Commuter softcase pedalboard comes with 2m/6"6' of Diago's self-adhesive pedal tape.
The pedalboard is protected by a rugged, heavy duty Diago carrying case. It is made of a dense EPE foam shell and a hard-wearing 600 denier fabric covering which offers both impact and scratch resistance. The bag also comes with a deep pocket for storing your cables and other accessories.
Having a softcase cover makes the Commuter ideal for local gigs where you need to hand carry a few pedals. Even guitarists that have big rigs will appreciate this case because it can hold up to 10 pedals, plus a power supply, and can also carry bigger wah pedals.
The Diago Commuter is currently available online for £59.99. You can visit Diago for more information.
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