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Outlaw Effects launches NOMAD rechargeable battery-powered pedal boards

Outlaw Effects launches NOMAD rechargeable battery-powered pedal boards

vailable in two sizes, these compact, versatile tools offer the convenience of a fully-powered board plus the additional freedom of not having to plug into an outlet.

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Montreal-based Outlaw Effects has recently introduced the NOMAD rechargeable battery-powered pedal boards.

Available in two sizes, these compact, versatile tools offer the convenience of a fully-powered board plus the additional freedom of not having to plug into an outlet, making them ideal for stages with limited outlet availability, quick changeovers, busking outdoors, temporary rehearsal locations, and more!

Featuring an integrated rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 12800mAh capacity, and plenty of clean, quiet power, NOMAD can fuel a wide array of pedals and will last over 10 hours* on a single charge. NOMAD boasts ten high-current DC power outputs spanning an array of voltage options (7 x 9V, 2 x 12V, and 1 switchable 18V/24V).

Each NOMAD pedal board includes a rugged, road-ready padded gig bag with shoulder or backpack strap(s), to safely protect your gear while you're on the move. You also get adhesive hook & loop pedal-mounting tape, eight (8) standard DC connector cables, two (2) reverse polarity DC cables, and two (2) 2.5mm-to-2.1mm DC cables, giving you everything you need to build your ultimate “off-the-grid” rig.

Dimensions & pricing:

NOMAD S128

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19 ¼” x 5 ¼”

Street Price: $159

NOMAD M128

19 ¼” x 11″

Street Price: $179

NOMAD pedal boards were first unveiled at the 2018 Summer NAMM Show, and are now available through authorized Outlaw Effects dealers across North America.

For additional information, visit www.outlawguitareffects.com/accessories/nomad

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