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10 Travel-Sized Pedalboards

10 Travel-Sized Pedalboards

Here are a handful of options for players looking for a tiny board with big features.

As much as we love the idea of expansive, all-encompassing boards, having a minimalist outlook has its advantages. If you need portability above all else, here are 10 pedalboards that combine an on-the-go vibe with pro-level features.


Schmidt Array SA350

This double decker setup offers pro-level features within a road-worthy enclosure that has a hinged upper deck, IEC power socket, room for two custom patch bays, LED lights, and a USB rechargeable power pack.

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Schmidt Array
$513

Blackbird Feather Board

Available in a few different Tolex options, this barebones setup can carry about five regular-sized pedals. It also has two power bays for easy access and has a built-in loop top to keep your stomps secure.

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Blackbird Pedalboards
$80

MONO Pedalboard Small With Club Accessory Case 2.0

This sleek board that’s crafted entirely out of a single piece of lightweight aluminum offers a ton of flexibility due to the cutouts. The comfortable incline allows plenty of access to the back row of pedals and room to mount a power supply underneath.

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MONO
$199.99

Gator Small Pedalboard with Bag - 15.75"x7" Black

If you only need to pack a few pedals, this rugged setup might be the way to go. It has several cutouts for cabling, a mount underneath for a power supply, and it comes with a deluxe gig bag.

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Gator
$119.99

SKB 1SKB-PS-8 8-Port Pedalboard with Gig Bag

This low-profile setup contains an integrated power supply that can fuel up to eight pedals, plus it includes all the various cabling you’ll need to get up and going. Bonus: It also comes with a nylon gig bag with a shoulder strap.

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SKB
$149.99

SKB 1SKB-PS-8 8-Port Pedalboard with Gig Bag

This low-profile setup contains an integrated power supply that can fuel up to eight pedals, plus it includes all the various cabling you’ll need to get up and going. Bonus: It also comes with a nylon gig bag with a shoulder strap.

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SKB
$149.99

Voodoo Lab Dingbat Pedalboard - Small 18" x 7.75"

Crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum, this board weighs less than 3 pounds, is custom designed to work with Voodoo Lab power supplies, and comes with hook-and-loop mounting fasteners.

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Voodoo Lab
$169.99

Pedaltrain Metro 20 20-inch x 8-inch Pedalboard with Soft Case

This three-rail system comes in at 20", which can likely handle up to nine pedals comfortably. Its durable, low-profile frame offers plenty of room for a power supply underneath and comes with both hook-and-rail tape and zip ties.

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Pedaltrain
$99.99

Boss BCB-30X Deluxe Pedal Board and Case

An ultra-portable board that is integrated with a hardshell carrying case and comes lined with high-density foam. You can even cut the foam to create a customized fit for your pedals.

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Boss
$74.99

D'Addario XPND Pedalboard - Small

Not sure how much space you'll need? This fully adjustable pedalboard can be customized to your current needs by simply expanding the available real estate. It stretches from 13.75" to 24.75" and comes with an inventive cable management system.

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D'Addario
$99.99

Temple Audio SOLO 18 Templeboard 

Designed with an entirely modular approach, this board uses the company’s quick-release mounting system to keep your pedal secure and offers different modules to keep the inputs and outputs as streamlined as possible.

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Temple Audio
$109.00

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