Pedaltrain Novo 24 Pedalboard PT-N24-SC with Softcase (24" x 14.5")


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Pedaltrain Novo 24 Pedalboard with Softcase

The Novo 24 is 24" x 14.5" pedalboard that brings with it Pedaltrain's reputation for combining reliability and portability, thanks to the use of aircraft grade aluminum.

This particular model has 5 horizontal rails for a bit more vertical space, which allows for a bit more freedom in positioning pedals of different sizes, including taller volume and expression pedals.

The angled design together with the railing allows for easy cable management, and worry free positioning of power supplies.

Finally, the Nova 24 SC comes with everything you need to setup your pedals, including hook and loop fasteners (120"), and this particular package comes with a soft case.


  • Frame: Aluminum Rail
  • Inclination: Inclined
  • Board Dimensions: 24" x 14.5" x 3.5"
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Pedal Fastener: Adhesive
  • Accessories: Soft Case, Assorted Hook and Loop fasteners.


As expected from Pedaltrain, owners of this pedalboard are impressed with the overall quality of the board, which looks clean and well manufactured. It is often commended for being relatively light for its size, and its angled rail design gets a lot of thumbs up for being easy to work with be it for cable management or for installing a power supply.


There are a few who are not too happy with the quality of the soft case, they also caution that the case is a bit too small for tall pedals to fit into, especially when positioned near the top.


If you're looking for a gig-ready and lightweight pedalboard that can handle pedals of various sizes, the Pedaltrain Novo 24 SC is highly recommended.

Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Guitar Pedal Boards.

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