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Coffin Case BB-110 Pedal Bag
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Velvet-lined soft effect pedal bag from Coffin Case has a removable 23" x 11" board. Death Grip super adhesive secures pedals exactly where you want ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Velvet-lined soft effect pedal bag from Coffin Case has a removable 23" x 11" board. Death Grip super adhesive secures pedals exactly where you want them. A lightweight, cool-looking way to carry and use your effects.
NOTE: Requires Coffin Case Super Death Grip Pedalboard Hook Adhesive for attachment to guitar pedals.
- Removable 23" x 11" board
- Death Grip super adhesive
- Great looks
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This pedalboard/pedalbag is great! Really cheap, and works very well! It's not huge or anything but its good for smaller setups. I use a crybaby wah, digitech screamin' blues, rocktron delay, and a fender pt 100 tuner, and i have room for another pedal or two. Heavy duty zipper is good.
Okay, heres the scoop on the BB-110. this little (yes it is little) pedal case from Coffin Case is about the best value there is. first, the actual board. the board is made of durable material that seems like it would last a lifetime. the velcro on the board is strong enough that i can pick the board up, turn it upside down, and shale it for 5 minutes, and my marshall 2 channel footswitch, Boss DS-1, and zoom G2 barely even shake. it is so strong that i had to use epoxy to attach the hook side velcro to my pedals. next, the case. The case is padded well, thick and durable, not to mention very stylish. the red diamond tuck interior is wicked. it is nice because the board comes out of the case, so you won't have the case lid in your way onstage. also, you could use the case for just about anything else if you wanted to. provides excelent protection as far as a bag goes. the downsides: the Coffin shape is stylish, but you don't get the functionality you get with a rectangular board. you sacrifice a significant amount of space, such that you can probably only fit about five Boss sized pedals on here in any useful arrangement. there is enough space however that you could secure a power supply to the board. also, the board is a little difficult to remove from the case, but i think it will loosen up with use. i rated this pedal average on features, because it is simply a stiff board with a carpet on it. no extras like a power supply unit or anything assosciated with more expensive pedalboards. one regret is that you cant elevate any pedals in the back because it would not fit in the case. overall, i recommend this for any gigging musician on a budget, who uses a relatively small amount of pedals (about 5 boss sized). this case is lightweight, and durable and VERY reasonably priced.Great Buy! i love it. thank you coffin case
Its amazing. it has tons of padding to protect all of your pedals. i have a digitech GNX3 and it fits just right. before i had this coffin, i was hust crrying the pedal open. the reason i give it an 8 in features is because ther is absolutly no spot to put cables, picks, etc. this case rocks!
this board is awesome. i plan on upgrading to a pedal train pro in the coming weeks, but i figured i'd pick-up one of these to make transport easier and it definitely helps. when i get a bigger board, this one will still be great to store pedals i'm not using to keep the dust off. what more do you want???
It's a pedal board. Nothing special but does the job well. The shape of it may take some time to figure out your pedal configuration. The spider web screen on the board is hideous but, for the price you could not make one cheaper. It is a deffinate buy if your not wanting to spend much.
I ordered this a couple weeks ago and it's great. All I use is three pedals:1) Electro-Harmonics Metal Muff with Top Boost 2) Boss OD-3 Bass Overdrive (actually works great with guitar) and 3) Digitech RP50 (Not so bad if you eliminate the amp models and customizes each setting for only one type of effect.) This pedal board was exactly what I needed! The Velcro-like Death Grip board grips the pedals perfectly, and it comes out of the case. The diamond velvet lining is hot and the classic Coffin shape is excellent. Get an I Spot adaptor with a daisy chain to keep your pedals powered and go. And c'mon, the price is fantastic! If you have a ton of pedals, this probably isn't your thing, but if you have three, four, MAYBE five pedals. But for the price and the convenience, buy this thing!
I received this case about two weeks ago-I noticed right away how well this product is made-especially for the price.I am half-tempted to buy another one,because I have collected a lot of pedals lately,and my equipment is stored/used in two different locations.It will easily hold seven or eight smaller-sized effects,although hooking them up may require some sorting out.I just connect five at a time so that I can use the 1-Spot adapter-and it is PERFECT for that.If you use more than five,you'll need a bigger pedal board/case.But this one will work for probably 90% of guitar players.I highly recommend this product-the best money you will spend.