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BY KentNZ
#744348
After the case that goes with the PT Metro 20, these dims: Or something bigger for that matter. Not road case, but an aluminium case that would fit a 550 x 300 x (140-170mm( H board, plus some cables...

From Mighty Ape

The Metro Series is Pedaltrain’s first three-rail ...

TECH SPECS
Frame:
20×8×1.4 inches (50.8×20.3×3.5 cm)
Featherweight, aircraft grade aluminum
1.12 lbs. (793.79 g)
Hard Case:
21.5×10×6” (546.1×254×152.4mm)
6 lbs (2.721 kg)

Actually, I'd also go a PT JR SC.
Last edited by KentNZ on Fri Jun 16, 2017 1:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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BY jeremyb
#744349
It's often cheaper to buy the hardcase version and sell off the original :(
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BY KentNZ
#744353
jeremyb wrote:It's often cheaper to buy the hardcase version and sell off the original :(


Yeah you're not wrong. Mighty Ape $213... and a random plastic case to work from cases.co.nz is $160

MusicPlanet have a Metro 20 but I'm assuming it's previous generation as dims are smaller...
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BY jeremyb
#744358
PT-1 is worth a look, the hardcase versions of those always used to be the cheapest bang for buck :)
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BY KentNZ
#744359
Smart move. I actually have one already but it's a bit big for my smaller board. Am using that for my Duo17s.