Advanced kit XS2 - Top routing
Smart Track® XS2 top routing + PSU Support + Tidy Cables pack
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Aclam’s value pack for Smart Track® XS2 – Top Routing includes the custom pedalboards plus the must-have accessories that are usually purchased together with the board, but at a cheaper price. With the Advanced Kit XS2 – top routing you will get the PSU support and the cable organizer in a bundled price so you can build your custom pedalboards from day one. Check this and other value packs at Aclam’s store!
With Aclam’s Advanced Kit XS2 - Top Routing you will receive the Smart Tack® XS2 – top routing pedalboard, which will allow you to attach your pedals using the only adhesive-free option in the market, the Smart Track® fastening method.
These custom pedalboards can hold up to 7 pedals, and with its top routing cable routing configuration you can route the cables across the pedalboard’s top side grooves. Use the Tidy Cables Pack included to keep cables tidy and neat.
With the PSU support Universal Simple you can make the most of the top side of the pedalboard for your effects pedals, while you place the power supply underneath the pedalboard. With the adjustable feet you can regulate the height of the board to accommodate the power unit underneath.
Aclam’s Advanced Kit XS2 - Top Routing includes those accessories that are usually bought together with the board, or in other cases in a second order. Avoid extra expenses with this kit and start setting your custom pedalboards in the moment you receive them.
Complete your kit with any of the other compatible accessories such as tiers, other cable organizers or cases.
Aclam’s Advanced Kit XS2 – top routing includes the anodized aluminum pedalboard, known to be light-weighted sturdy custom pedalboards, plus the mentioned accessories. Don’t miss the chance to sort your basic needs in one stop.
Aclam’s Advanced Kit XS2 – top routing is the kit for those who want to make sure they start with the basics to build one of their dreamt of custom pedalboards. Keep the PSU out of the way with the PSU support and attain a neat and tidy cable layout with the Tidy Cables Pack. Available for all double-tracked pedalboards. Check them now!
Great product. Super useful.
I needed a pedal board to organize my pedals, and the Aclam XS2 is my first actual board. I chose Aclam because of the fastening system that allows you to attach your pedals without using Velcro (so I don't mess up my pedals), and because I wanted a system that still let me re-arrange my pedals from time to time. I also have my DC power source under the board, so when I show up to practice or a gig, I plug in the guitar, amp, and the board, and it takes a few seconds, rather than a couple of minutes. And it's really nice to not have to find and coil all the patch cables, power cords, etc., and I'm glad to not have to throw my pedals in a backpack or in the back of my amp (which I never did, but some people do). So far, I'm very happy with how secure everything feels, and the cables are pretty well organized. I will probably change things around, and make it look a little neater with some practice.
In terms of pros and cons – and I've only had the board about a week – it's overall very positive. I have a simple set up right now (EQD Swiss Things, EQD Fuzz, Dunlop Wah), and I chose the XS2 because it can be arranged for two rows, using the Swiss Things's two loops. The XS2 can handle 5-7 pedals, and that definitely depends on the pedals you use, not only because of the size of the pedal, but also because of where the input/output plugs are located. I could probably add maximally two more pedals, like a small looper and a tuner, but the Swiss Things and Wah are pretty huge on a board. A full-size Wah or volume/expression pedal takes up a ton of space – especially if you have the input/output on the sides, like mine does. You can save some space by planning out right angle versus straight plugs, but that's probably something you'll do after you get the board and tweak it a bit. For my purposes, I might switch to an envelope filter that takes up less space, but you could also use a more compact version with the plugs on top to achieve the same thing. The fasteners are easily able to rotate and accommodate pedals of different shapes and sizes, which is awesome.
Great solution light ans stoff.
More expensive than the others.
Pity that hard cases are so expensive and not available on every size.
In my opinion, there aren't enough "Tidy cables" pieces in the bundle pack.
Any way, with this xs2 rail, your 5 to 8 pedals ( approuved) will stay clean and shipshape.