Waggi Unveils New Line of Pedalboards

The boards feature an integrated cable system and a two-tier design.

Bogota, Colombia (May 8, 2018) -- Waggi Pedalboards introduces their fresh new take on the traditional guitar pedalboard. The attractive pedalboards feature an integrated tidy cable system and an innovative two-tier design with plenty of space to accommodate pedal arrangements in a small footprint. Waggi Pedalboards are now available for purchase on Amazon. The pedalboards come in three different sizes (W20, W28 and W34) and carry suggested retail prices of $189, $218 and $240 respectively.

Waggi Pedalboards unique features include:

  • 3 Areas: Each Waggi has an easily accessible front deck, a spacious side deck, and a hinged upper deck that opens to provide extra storage underneath for power supplies and patch boxes.
  • Tidy Cable System: Run audio and power cables in Waggi’s under-rail channels, then enclose them with the protective and freely configurable Raceways Sections included.
  • Neat Connections: The Waggi is designed with plenty of side, rear and bottom cut-outs to allow various cable configurations to pass through.
  • Tough and Lightweight: Each Waggi is constructed from durable 14 gauge aluminum with a stylish stainless steel back panel for an uncluttered audience view and includes a padded carrying case for safe and easy transport.

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