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Coffin Case Black Kross SK110 Pedal Board

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The Coffin Case Black Kross SK-110 Skullplate Pedal Board is a rugged hard case with a removable lid, a 2-level pedal surface with the top level angl...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Coffin Case Black Kross SK-110 Skullplate Pedal Board is a rugged hard case with a removable lid, a 2-level pedal surface with the top level angled for easy access, and a side slot to perfectly fit your power strip and adapters.

  • Locking latches
  • Quick-release hinges for easy lid removal
  • Foam lined interior
  • Velcro pedal surface
  • 2-level, angled pedal board
  • Pedals sit at angle for easy viewing
  • Embossed steel plate exterior
  • 4 rubber feet
  • Chromed handle
  • Exterior: 26-1/2"W x 6"H x 13"D
  • Interior: 21"W x 12"D pedal surface
  • Power adapter slot: 4"W x 12"D

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Meh, it's alright for the price.

By HDay

from Bettendorf, IA

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I bought mine on sale at a store closeout. The skulls are silly, but the hardware is durable. The ?top? of the case is flimsy, but the base is very sturdy. I?d feel safe carrying this thing around.Don?t be fooled by the picture; the wah space is on the right side of my board, not the left. The second level is a good height and also at a good angle, but it?s glued down, so it can?t be moved to the other side of the case if you wanted, say, the wah space on the other side. It?s also hollow, so it makes a bit of noise if you hit the pedals hard enough.And like others have said, there is absolutely no space on the bottom level. Unless you?re using batteries, the adapters have to be bent in order to fit the pedals. They fit, but snugly. I had to put a piece of folded cardboard in front of my Boss pedals so the knobs didn?t hit the case when turning them on. Another trickery of the photo is the size of the board. You could put that many pedals on there, but there?s no way you could connect them all together. There?s loads of room for the wah if you have angled cables, but not enough for a wah and a power strip. You could fit 8 pedals and a wah, and maybe 9 and a pedal power if you squeeze it in there. You?ll have to unplug the pedal power when you close the case, because there?s not a lot of room for the cable, especially if you put it on the board sideways. Over all, it?s an alright buy. It?s cheaper than some other boards for its size and durability. You?ll need to invest in some 90 degree cables for your guitar to make everything fit well. Maybe some stickers too, to cover the skulls.

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Best Deal Ever!

By Audiophile31

from Lynden WA

I got the Coffin Case Black Kross case to protect a few pedals I had and to speed up my set up time and holy crap I have not had one complaint about it. They can fit a morley ABC, a morley Tripler, A little alligator volume, A tuner, 2 distortion pedals and a compressor and a boost. They have so much room in a small size. Its built tough and its not too heavy. Its a shame they discontinued it in black. But these cases are worth every penny.


It's very nice.

By WammerJammer

from NE

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Some has accused the materials in this pedal board to be 'flimsy.' At first glance and first feel, this might be true. However, I use the pedal board on a daily basis, and I transport it several times a week. I gig with it twice a week as well, and have been doing so for approximately one year. The case really takes a beating! I have a Morley wah, Proco Deucetone, Digitech Bad Monkey, Digitech Digidelay, and a Korg dt-10bk pedal tuner in it, and I will soon be placing my new flanger pedal in it as well. I even have the foot switch from my Carvin in here, which takes up quite a bit of room.NOTE - You will need right angle patch cables for this pedal board, especially if you plan on placing pedals on the lower deck. They will fit though, but like I said, right angle patch cables (most people use these regardless).


Simply great

By Chunga

from Costa Rica

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I bought it just because of its low price.This baby can take a serious beating. I use it on a daily basis, from one venue to another, and transport it in the trunk of my car.I use A Crybaby wha, Digitech Whammy, Boss tuner, Boss Chorus ensemble, Belcat analog delay, Seymour Duncan pick up booster, amps footswitch and a Voodoo Lab power pedal.It all fits in well, weights like hell and still the pedalboard holds tight.Buy it blindly, you wont regret it.


Good, but not that good.

By Y/B/M/T

from La Mirada, CA

See, I bought this mainly for its second level. I mainly use Boss, and Line 6 pedals. Which is actually what the pictures show. On the first tier, you cant plug in your AC adapters into the Boss pedals. They wont fit, unless you really work them in there. And even when you do finally get them to fit, you cant close the thing. Same with the top tier. Of course with the top off everything basically fits. But you have to disconnect everything in order to close it. And if leave it all in and dont disconnect everything, you have to mess around with the lid. Pulling it, and hitting it. Just to get it to shut. Then if you do get it shut. It's hard to keep it shut.So if you always use batteries, and or dont mind taking everything appart to make it "road ready" then this is a good buy. The actuall base of the board hasnt failed me yet. Nothings been damaged, and I drilled holes into the front wall of the second level. To fit my adapters in. And I had to get rid of the Line 6's and moved on to something smaller for live performances


very pleased

By Marshall-Wc4cv

from SC

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the first thing that cought my eye was the skull and cross bones covering, very nice! inside its got plenty of room for about 8 pedals. in mine i have a 535Q wah, digitech chorus, isp noise reduicer, planet waves tuner, and my amps 4-button foot switch. the only thing i dont like is there isnt much room for the wah, i had to get a cable that was angled so i could hook it up. but never the less, a great case! rugged at steel and the pedals never move.


Coffin Case SK110

By CPjohnny85

from Garden City, MI

This pedalboard is great! I won 2 line 6 pedals and a few others. I am very happy with this product, It almost seems like its a perfect board for me. If you have a couple line 6 modelers and/or a few pedals and want to get something to keep them togetehr, GET THIS.

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