Made of lightweight, durable aluminum, this case is designed to fit a variety of effect pedals or any small item you wish to safely transport
Steel locking latches with 2 keys to protect your valuables
Steel reinforced edges help prevent denting
Soft felt interior cushions your equipment
May be able to qualify as carry on luggage (meets some airlines size requirements - check with your carrier)
And not just for carrying pedals
Read the Customer Comments for our CNB pedal cases - the one from Nathan is funny
Note: Price includes the case only. Pedals are shown for a size reference only and are not included.
I just got this yesterday and already it has been tried and tested. Today I was driving down the road when my little cousin thought it would be funny to throw this out the window of my truck. I quickly turned around and pulled over to find that the case was barely scratched and my pedals were perfectly fine.
Overall, Amazing buy!
Nathan from Amazon
Thank you so much for the fast shipping and quality item. The pedal board I purchased is absolutely wonderful. Definitely not a cheaply made eBay item. Guitar Center wants 200% more for a similar item. I appreciate you being an honest and great seller. It's sellers like you that make me love buying things off eBay. Expect to see more business from me and the rest of my band in the near future. Thanks again!
- mmcculty from eBay (CNB PDC Pedal Case)
Hi Rondo (Kurt)
The pedal board arrived today. No damage or rash in packaging. Item looks great. As a pro (paid) church musician, I'm very pleased with what it is. And quite happy with the cost. It's a well made, attractive pedal case for the average player. Thanks!
Robby Sigman (StratKat)
As with many other guitarist, I have an ever changing flow of pedals. Times there will be close to a dozen. Other times, as few as 3 or 4. We are a fickle lot and are always buying, selling, trading and talking pedals. We need versatile boards. This case/board is quite a bargin and in the same breath, quite a find. Many pedalboards simply hold the pedals, but provide no cover or protection if thansport of them is needed. Here you have both. A standard 'loop' base that is over 2 feet wide, and a foot deep. It will hold LOTS of pedals and then... The cover that attaches to the board, allows you 5 inches to insure ANY pedal will fit inside. It then closes up into a form of a flight case and will keep you pedals from harm unless hit by a bus! Now there is one thing I must caution you about. With the extra room inside the case when closed, I strongly urge you to use a couple of large towels folded neatly over your pedals. The reason for this is to insure that the pedals stay in place and not fall off the base due to the pedals being held in place by simple Velcro. You wouldn't go tossing another board about with just Velcro alone holding your valuable pedals in place would you? Didn't think so....You may use a cut block of foam, but that is not easy to make to fit right in this case. Towels are easier, and are often needed at a gig anyway! There is a single strip of Velcro "hook" tape provided, and will be enough to hold about 6 to 8 pedals. When you go to set this up, it may appear like an upside down suitcase, with what looks like the detachable lid is on the botton. Takes a minute for it to sink in, then you never think about it again. At first I thought it to be too big and bulky. Then I realized that this kind of protection is not to be had with the nylon zipperbags that many other pedalboards are carried in. Snap a few knobs off your pedals and you have to scramble to re-set your board at a gig and will loose the use of the damaged pedals....Again, think "Flight case that is a board too" and you got the picture. Bottom line. You want a big board that will hold many pedals? You want simple, strong protection for them in transit? You want this at a price that won't make you loose your mind? Buy this one. If not, I don't want to hear you cry when you get one that's in a bag and you break a pedal when the drummer throws an amp on top of you board in a bag loading the van or trailer! By Dennis M Verified Amazon Purchase
Question: Is the lid removable?
Answer: Yes! It's genius! You simply place the pedal case down so that the thin lid is on the bottom, and the body of the case is on top. Remove the top part. The lid remains with the pedals, and you can use the lid as a pedal board.
Question: Where do you place the pedals?
Answer: On the lid! You can use the included handy-dandy double stick tape and Velcro to secure them.
Question: Are the pedals shown in the picture included with the pedal case?
Answer: Are you kidding? No!
Question: What is your return policy for this item?
Answer: See our detailed policy by clicking on "Return Policy" on the right side of the home page.