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If you want to play like a boss on stage, then nothing will suffice but BOSS gear. If you're already using BOSS effect pedals, then the next step is to pick up a pedalboard to keep everything organized. Easy to use and cleanly designed, you'll appreciate everything these essential pieces of equipment will do for your play. Part of the Roland family of music products, BOSS is the self-proclaimed company that put the "stomp" in "stompbox". Also known for their guitars and effect pedals, BOSS' main goal has always been putting the best quality gear in the hands of musicians that need it. Not just focusing on the instruments and pedals themselves, they also focus on their support equipment as well and that's why their pedalboards are as recognized as the rest of their lineup.

If you're looking for something simple for your compact effect pedals that's also easily transportable, you're going to want to check out the BCB-30 Pedalboard. With a three pedal capacity and included daisy-chain and audio cables, this high-quality pedalboard is made of molded resin for added durability while you stomp away performance after performance. If you need something beefier though, that can hold a few more effect pedals, take a look at the BCB-60 Pedal Board. With a seven pedal capacity built right into the case, a padded interior, AC adapter supplies and room for even some of your more oddly-shaped pedals, this pedalboard makes transportation, set up and breakdown a breeze.

For over 30 years BOSS has been an innovative name is the world of music.  Pushing the envelope while still keeping things simple for the musicians that use their instruments and gear, BOSS has established itself as a brand to respect. And with one of their pedalboard in your setup, you'll understand why.