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Boss BCB60 Pedal Board Featured

 
The BOSS BCB-60 Pedal Board is a convenient way to set up and transport all your compact effects. The unique padded interior can be customized to fit a range of gear, while a convenient AC adaptor supplies power for up to seven devices. - - Features - - ? Lightweight pedal board for transporting a range of compact pedals and effects - ? Padded interior can be customized to fit anything from a compact pedal to Twin Pedal - ? Exterior made of tough, molded resin designed to withstand heavy impact - ? Onboard AC adaptor for powering up to 7 devices; includes all cabling - - Customizable Design Adapts to Your Rig - - No matter what kind of pedals you have, the BCB-60 can store them. The customizable interior comes with three foam inserts pre-cut to hold your favorite BOSS gear, plus a spare insert that can be cut to fit almost any effect?even from other manufacturers. Create the ultimate pedal board using compact pedals, Twin Pedals, a tuner or even a V-Wah


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Plastic fantastic!!! featured

Ease Of Use Its an effects case.....a little effort in organising your effects will save you head aches in rehearsals and gig situations. Just take off the lid, plug in and your good to go!!!
Being the 'i can modify it' kinda guy, i decided to make more pedals fit, where there was no space for them. If you see the attached pics, i did a number of things to improve it, to my liking!
1. Kettle plug cable power connection...compared to the square power supply unit. That is now fixed in the case.
2. Made a Boss V-Wah fit with a Boss TU-12 tuner above it. This required a sharp knife to cut a small hole for the base of the pedal to fit.
3. Cut pedal sized holes on the foam. I fit an extra pedal in by doing that!!
4. Cut channels for all the cables used to connect the pedals, underneath the foam. This greatly cleaned up the appearence!!
....a little effort goes a long way!! :)


Sound I never found the case to be noisey or give me any problems with sound!! Does its job well!!

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Reliability Well built case. My case has a few gig scars and definately holds up. Theres no need to bring a backup case...unless the drummer reverses his car over it!!! :)
As good as the case is, its only as strong as its weakest link, and thats the plastic lock tabs used to shut the case. I have nothing nice to say about them. They dont instill confidence in me and i dont have faith in them. I've had them crack and break. I take care of my gear, and still they let me down. Boss has to improve this. At least where the locks are, there is a small hole thats perfect for a small pad lock!!


Customer Support Never had to deal with Boss....yet!!!


Liked about it 1. Sturdy moulded case. Mine case wears a few gig scars.....ALL GOOD!!!
2. Foam pads allow flexiblity of pedal choices!
3. Power supply, daisy chain and patch leads ARE included!
4. Looks great!


Didn't like The only bone i have to pick with the BCB-60, is those damn plastic locks. For the love of god Boss, redesign them with metal ones. Not durable enough and almost impossible to get them replaced. Not a fan.


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4.0

By UV-7-BK
Mar 18, 2010
 
Last updated: March 22, 2010
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Worth buying if you own lots of separates featured

Ease Of Use Easily put together, designed to accommodate 6 normal sized Boss brick pedals but can be altered to take a Wah or something larger.

The power supply on the board will power all Boss devices you attach to it and anything else that runs off the same voltage/current combination connector.

I ran 5 boss pedals and a Jim Dunlop Crybaby from Hell Wah pedal just fine on the board by removing a specific retainer bar across the top of the board which allows enough space for a bigger pedal to be used.

The board package provides enough connectors for 6 pedal interconnects and a couple of longer leads to plug into the input bank and output jacks. Simple to setup, cables are kept fairly tidy and spaces are cut neatly to contain the pedals.


Sound The board itself makes no sound, however the flexible nature of the board allows you to chain up to 6 pedals to create a sound that works for you. Just get the order right and there won't be any problems :)


Reliability The board itself has never failed on me, there isn't much to go wrong if I'm honest. The power supply was reliable and well made, the lead never frayed or split in heavy use, and even under a layer of dust all the pedals on the board worked fine. Could probably drop it a few times and not notice any difference. Casing is fairly thick as well so the pedals already built like mini safes are kept... er... safe :)


Customer Support Not dealt with Boss, I've found their stuff to be well built and never had anything break.


Liked about it Can hold up to 6 normal sized Boss stomp pedals or 5 + 1 larger one at a push.
Board contains power supply and all interconnect leads to get things going.
Neat way of powering all your pedals without batteries and porting them around without any issues.


Didn't like Sometimes space for the cables can be a bit of a push, not really a dislike but there could be slightly more room.
Otherwise for what it's designed for, no complaints.


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5.0

By D1m3b4g2
Nov 10, 2009
 
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A good pedal case for people who don't have extensive rigs

Ease Of Use The case, like almost all cases, is extremely easy to setup and use. You determine where you want your pedals, and simply connect them. It doesn't get any easier. The case has foam inserts to hold the pedals. It's basically a very customizable pedal board. Boss learned from the limitations of the BCB-6, which only held Boss pedals. The reality is that most people have pedals from various companies. The days of having all Boss (or any other company's) pedals are long gone.


Sound As far as sound goes, this case is quiet. What more can you ask for in a case?

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Reliability I NEVER had a problem with this pedal board. It's very solid, and very reliable.


Customer Support Never had a problem with the pedal board, so I never needed to call Customer Support.


Liked about it The pedal board is very strong. It is also very reliable, and it is very quiet. It's about everything you could want in a pedal board. The construction is heavy duty plastic, which is extremely durable. You can bang this thing around and it barely gets scratched.


Didn't like As much as this pedal board is great, it has it's limitations. The size of the pedalboard is fairly small and it limits the number of pedals it can carry. I believe this is an incredible pedalboard for beginners or people with smaller number of effects.

The pedalboard holds all pedals on one level, so there can be no second level of pedals. So, if you somehow are able to fit the pedals behind the first line of pedals, you would have to fight to stomp on them.

The size limitations made me create my own pedalboard out of plywood, a power bar, and some velcro. I learned that you can create your own and use a One Spot for pedal power, and you have a pedalboard that can easily modify or even replace for little or no cost.

So, for a beginner, this is an exceptional pedalboard. For people with larger setups, this pedalboard is not for people with more extensive rigs.


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4.5

By lespauled
Aug 02, 2010
 
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Great pedal board with only one problem.

Ease Of Use Firstly, this case is the ultimate way to set up your boss pedals with the least of fuss. Every pedal has ample space for power and patch leads, there's a nice channel with a lid for your leads to go into to keep everything clean on the board, so you don't open the case to a mass of leads running everywhere. On-board, built in power supply and a special spot for your Boss tuner round out this case to be one of the best laid out pedal cases money can buy. Just take the lid off, plug in and away you go.


Sound No problems with anything in this area


Reliability Okay, this is the "one problem" I was talking about in the header. Whilst this case is an awesome and tough piece of kit, the actual locks for the case appear to be THE worst designed and flimsy locks for a case I've ever seen. They haven't broken on me yet but it'll only be a matter of time before they do. You can see from some of the other comments that others feel the same sentiment as I do. I've played a heck of a lot of gigs with it and have been lucky I guess, but I always place my board in a way that is in the position to not have its locks kicked off by someone, either myself or some drunk reveler. Be very careful and you'll get by, like me, but I'm not holding my breath and believe that it's only a matter of time before I'll be using a bit of Gaffa Tape to hold her together. If anything, they should have manufactured it so that the main part of the lock comes off with the lid so at least you can put it away, out of harms way but as it is, the main locking mechanism is jutting out of the top of your pedal board, acting as a magnet to be knocked off or caught by a shoelace. The only option for me is that when they break, I'll use a velcro strap around the handle to hold it all together. The hinges on the case however are tough as nails and will never, in my opinion, break.


Customer Support Haven't had the need for this ..... yet.


Liked about it Apart from the locks, what's not to like?...... nothing really. It's a really well designed, clean and compact pedal board and initially I did consider making one but this looked so good on the net that I decided to go for it. I knew before I bought it that the locks were considered crap but as for the case itself, it's utterly awesome and very convienient to setup for gigs, just pop the lid off, plug the leads and power supply in and you're off.


Didn't like If you're concerned about the locks on the case and it's the only thing stopping you from a purchase, I would say that although the locks on a case are pretty important items, I'd still buy this case and just put a velcro watch strap around the handle. For how well it's laid out, how clean and tidy and accessible everything is, there's nothing else that can equal it and is well worth the money. I can't understand that with a board so well designed and toughly made that they'd go for such a weak locking mechanism bu it's fairly easily rectified once they break and this is definately still worth the purchase. Look no further, just go and buy it.


Overall satisfaction:
 
4.5

By Macka
Jun 21, 2010
 
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if you got boss pedals you need this baby

Ease Of Use this unit defines ease of use .all you have to do is insert power at one end and then the other with out having 5,000 plugs going to your rig and it only give the pedal what it needs .this un it was built for ease of use.


Sound the unit never adds or takes away from the sound of your pedals and is designed to compliment ease of integrating your boss pedals together in a kind of small package to transport or organize your boss gear.


Reliability as anything boss i have never had a failure and believe with proper care i never will.boss is the meaning of reliable gear .


Customer Support the customer support ships with the boss products in the form of quality.


Liked about it as i said before the unit adds ease of use and orginization to a small pedal board setup.it also saves you a ton of money on adapters and the headache of buying 5,000,000 batteries a year. i love the compactness it gives my effects pedals and can easily transport them from place to place to carry my signature tone around with me.


Didn't like i wish they had more options for a larger board because not all pedals are the sizo of boss pedals and for a true pro setup i would need a huge board .also i think color options is a must for me i love bright gear it makes my mojo factor and inspiration soar when i play my gear is like my weapons and they need to make me inspirated in many ways. on top of all that in the age of technology were in lcd is an inexpensive thing and all gear should sport one its just cool man.


Overall satisfaction:
 
4.0

By andrewsfury
Oct 18, 2009
 
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Boss Pedal Board BCB60

Ease Of Use Very easy to use, pull out the foam slots for where the pedals go (can take most generic stomp box shapes, but ideally for perfect fit use Boss, I have a Digitech in the line up and it doesnt quite fit so snug). Attach the link cables (provided) to your pedals (starting at return and the other end to send) .Imagine just having your normal chain link set up, well this is just the same but they are all on a tray. And thats it. Then just plug in guitar to right hand side (input) and amp to left hand side (output A).

The tray has 7 power leads so you can have 7 pedals hooked up, though 1 power cable is for a rectangle shaped tuner, so really you can get 6 stomp boxes in there, unless using double sized pedals like a Jemini. The foam pads cater for double sized pedals so you have versatility in your set up.


Sound All depends on what pedals and quipment you use, but this pedal board doesnt give any loss of sound or add noise etc.


Reliability Very sturdy Pedal Board.


Customer Support Not had to deal with.


Liked about it 1) Sturdy and portable.
2) Tidy, no cables poking out everywhere.
3) No need for constant battery changes or loads of power supply units.


Didn't like Nothing not to like.


Overall satisfaction:
 
5.0

By richard1973
Oct 09, 2009
 
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