Where to get a hard pedalboard case?

StormJH1

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I had this question too, but I'm still not sure what to do.

Has anyone bought/used the BOSS BCB-60?

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So, basically, I will end up with between 5-7 pedals, and they all happen to be BOSS. BOSS makes a BCB-30 (for three pedals), which you can find for about 30 bucks, and this BCB-60 badboy above, which sells new for $160, but I (might) be able to eBay for 80-120 dollars. There are also legacy versions called the BCB-3 and BCB-6 on eBay, the difference being that they're from the 80's and 90's, and have molded plastic holding slots for each pedal. It's basically a glorified case, whereas the BCB-60 has input/output jacks and so you can leave everything hooked up.

I guess my concerns are: (1) The price; (2) The size - yes it's convenient, but the thing is like the size of a guitar case, almost; and (3) I wonder if this thing shifts around and becomes a mess if you don't store it flat. Also wonder if it's a pain to remove the lid everytime.

Another option might be the Pedaltrain Mini

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But I wonder if I could really get 6 BOSS pedals on there, and I'd probably have to go buy the daisy chain cable for the power adapter.
 

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eBay! SKB boards are the HEAT!

No kidding! How did I not see this?

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I'm finding these for around $90 or better on eBay! And it shows 6 BOSS pedals and a wah, which is basically exactly what I would do with it.

Question though, how do the pedals attach, exactly? It says "hook and loop" system, but hook and loop to what?

Update: A lot of people complained about electrical noise with this unit. It looks good otherwise, but if it's not properly grounded, that's something I need to watch out for.
 

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