SKB Pedalboard Soft Case for PS-8 and PS-15 (1SKB-SC2316)
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It's possible he weighed 15 pounds. It may be a little too late to start at 20. The bag I use for my PS- still serves me well There are 8 pedals in my bag, and my total weight is probably about 10lbs. Despite my high recommendation for the product, I have to admit that the zipper has been too strained from my road demands over the past 7 years. My case appeared to come apart on the bottom, so I wrapped a strap around the whole thing to keep it shut. I still use the case, but it is now unusable. weighty board of roughly 20 lbs may cause the case to wear out if you are on the road a lot.
This is the one I own. Here are the measurements I took with my yardstick It measures 25 inches by 18 inches. The external dimensions are 5" x 9" while the internal dimensions are 22 7/8" x 16" x 6". I salute you
Look at the dimensions of the items on Amazon and you will find that you have ample space. I hope you find this helpful.
Selected User Reviews For SKB Pedalboard Soft Case for PS-8 and PS-15 (1SKB-SC2316)
This case was purchased for use with the Headrush pedalboard, which I thought would fit, but I failed to realize how much space the padding would take up, so I considered the case to be small enough. There was a 5 inch difference in width between the unit I needed to fit inside and the bottom of the cage. It was not easy to get it in, but with some effort I succeeded. Although I had to persuade the padding to soften, it did eventually allow the case to zip up although it made zipping difficult at first. Thankfully, it proved to be flexible enough to accommodate the Headrush - you could say they've become friends. A Boss GT-X is also in my possession Pedalboard and external pouch are a 1B combo pedalboard for bass which fits perfectly into its pouch without causing any discomfort. With this setup, I can transport my boards all the time, and there's still room in the main compartment for cables and an extra stomp box I use among other items. It would be great if the lid could stay open, but it won't When I try to load the case, it keeps falling closed, so I have to either lean it back or prop it open with I also like the fact that my Headrush will stay snugly packed in the case when I'm taking it with me to an event. When that kind of thing is stuffed in there like that, it won't move about a millimeter.
I believe the case is too large for my board, no fault of the product. This case provides great protection to my pedalboard since it doesn't move during transportation. Cables are stored in a pocket on the outside. There is a place where I keep my power cord. The device appears to be extremely large, but it does a great job. Thick foam padding is encased in a very durable nylon material.
Just what I needed for my custom pedal board. It has an extra pocket where you can place cables and other miscellaneous items. The pedal board on my case is custom made, but luckily it fits almost perfectly inside it. By cutting away the foam padding that came with it, I was able to tighten up the fit just a bit. This is an excellent product in general.
I think this case is really good. Like a gig bag and a hard shell at the same time. Despite that, however! There's a lot of weight in this device! Based on the measurements, it can be classified as A PT-1 at best, but it would seem that a PC-1 could do the trick It must be at least 3 inches. It's awesome, but make sure to prepare. There is a lot in this.
I think it's a good argument I just couldn't figure out how to make it work for my son. We had no problems with the return process. There was no hassle and everything was simple. The seller was great and I would buy from her.
Everything about the product was superb, from the quality to the size to the price. My pedal board is made out of Medium Density Fireboard, covered with black cloth and it has Velcro attached. I spent less than $100 for my board. It's really cool, I can carry around a volume pedal and 7 boss pedals in my new case and still fit a volume pedal on the board!.
Instead, I sent it back and used the PS8 at home. I bought a different pedalboard that came in a quality case, but was overall lighter and easier to carry around, as well as accommodating the same (6) pedals I used.
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