Creation Music Company - Blackout Flat Series 18x12.5
Blackout Flat Series 18x12.5
The Blackout Flat Series is our answer to musicians searching for a simple and effective pedalboard while still having the quality and touch of class people have come to expect from Creation Music Company.
The Flat Series is not like most flat pedalboards. While it is a simple design, the materials chosen and execution are what sets it apart. We use a specially coated 3/8" plywood so that pedals stick exceptionally well versus an ABS Lamination with a texture. This is also extremely strong and light weight. We also chose to offset the handles for better balance when lifting the board (18x7 excluded). Finally, for that added class, our logo is laser engraved on the top.
- Coated Ply (smooth top with a textured underside)
- Offset Handles
- Laser Engraved Logo
- Black Aluminum Trim Edge
Includes Pedalboard Essentials Kit:
- 3 ft of both 1" Hook and Loop
- 20 - 4 Inch Zip Ties
- 8 - 3/4 Inch Self Adhesive Cable Mounts
- 4 - 1 Inch Self Adhesive Cable Mounts
Dimensions are the TOTAL size of the flat board - 18 x 12.5 inches
This includes the aluminum trim. Trim is .5" w X .5" h
Weight - 2.6 lbs
Condition - Due to the manufacturing process and materials used, minor marks in the aluminum from the tools or slight lines or waviness in the plywood material are acceptable. It is impossible to have a flawless board.
** Shipping Cost to Hong Kong and Macau will be charged by SF Express (Pay by receiver)
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