The Gigman is a compact and portable board, great for guitarists who need just a few basic sounds, or as a second board for acoustic sets and rehearsals.
This compact pedal board is easily portable, capable of carrying your ‘most vital’ pedals with power supply - also ideal to have as ‘back up’ for your larger pedal board!
• 1/2” plywood panel construction
• Heavy duty fabric covering
• Heavy duty catches with lock ring
• Through-bolted handle
• Armour protected corners
• Non-slip feet
• Quick-release hinges
• Detachable foam padded lid
• Low-profile pedal board base
• Velcro® loop covered base
• Velcro® hook tape included
• Internal Width – 600mm/23.5"
• Internal Depth – 300mm/11.75"
• Internal Height – 85mm/3.25"
• Holds Approx Pedals – Approx up to 8-10
• Weight – 4kg
• Velcro Included – 2m/6'
Nothing comes close to the protection a true hardcase offers. 1/2" eastern plywood and dense foam padding inside the lid keep your pedals protected from the rigors of the road - impact, scratching, dirt & moisture.
We wrap our 1/2" thick eastern plywood pedalboards in an attractive and super-durable polyweave skin, to keep the board looking great for a lifetime. We fit our boards with robust catches, high-quality hinges and steel corner strengtheners, and use a through-bolted amp-style handle for a really solid feel. Each board is assembled by hand in our factory and undergoes strict quality control for consistently fantastic pedalboards.
The key to great design, is simplicity. Some boards come with bells and whistles such as a power splitter box (not even a power supply because you still need a wallwart - it's just a glorified daisy chain), an effects loop, or even a built in speaker. Why anyone would need any of these things built in is completely beyond us, so Diago Pedalboards do exactly what a good pedalboard should. Nothing more, nothing less.
Put whatever you like, wherever you like. All of our pedalboards are ideal for holding compact stomp effects, multi-effects, power supplies, wahs, volume pedals, channel switches, A/B boxes, and even DJ gear and synthesizers. In fact any combination of these, just so long as it all fits. See our Pedalboard Sizing Guide in the next tab for more information and check out the User Gallery below for some inspiration.