Behringer PB600 Powered Pedalboard (26.1" x 19.9")


88 out of 100. Incorporating 650+ ratings and reviews.

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Behringer PB600 Powered Pedalboard

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Our rating of 88/100 is based on analysis of 650+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

The Behringer PB600 is an affordable all-in-one solution for transporting, storing and setting up of up to six standard size (2.5" x 4.5") stompboxes.

When packed, the PB600 looks like your average tough plastic toolbox, offering the same protection and portability to your favorite pedals.

Opening up the lid shows the pedalboard frame, which come complete with foam padding for snug fitting your pedals.

The company provided us with the actual usable space, which is 24.8" x 6.88", around the same ball park as the Boss BCB-60.

While it is meant for standard Boss and Behringer size pedals, there's enough room for taller stompboxes and expression pedals by removing the "DC Cabling Duct" at the top.

It comes with a 1.7 A power adapter with a daisy chain that can power up to six stompboxes. Other features include bundled 1/4" patch cables, and dedicated stereo input/output ports.


  • Frame and Lid: Impact Resistant Plastic
  • Inclination: Flat
  • Inner Dimensions: 24.8" x 6.9"
  • Exterior Dimensions: 26.125" x 13" x 4.5"
  • Weight: 8.4 lbs.
  • Power Supply: Built-in 9V DC power supply can provide power for up to six pedals
  • Accessories: 6 x 1/4" Patch Cables, Mono/Stereo Input-Output jacks


The general sentiment is that the Behringer PB600 is a good value pedalboard, and that it works well for musicians who use six pedals or less. Most users were happy with its reliability and portability, and how it simplifies transport and setup.


Experienced users warned that the bundled 1/4" cables can be problematic, and advises users to buy better ones to make the most out of the pedalboard. There were also a few users who experienced noise when plugging pedals of different makes into the built-in power supply, and this maybe due to the different power requirements that different pedals have.


The Behringer PB600 is an acceptable choice if you're on a tight budget, however when we conducted a thorough review of the category in April 2018 we removed it from our recommended list because there were more highly rated options to recommend which you can see in our guide to The Best Pedalboards.