Pedal board cases are one of the best pieces of equipment for musicians that use pedal effects during studio or live performances. A pedal board is most effective because it allows the musician to keep all of their pedals organized and protected. Whether you’re looking for something to keep in your studio or to take on the road with you, RoadCasesUSA will give you the options, stability and security you need to protect and operate your effects pedals while recording or performing. Here are a few reasons that you should invest in your own pedal board cases.
Protecting your effects pedals is paramount. Effects pedals can exceed $100 or more for certain models. Therefore keeping you effects safe and secure while on the road or around the house is very important. Buying your own pedal board cases ensures that your effects pedals will not fall victim to accidents or damage while on the road. Buying your own pedal board cases also protects the effects’ cable connectors. These cables are essential enabling users to achieve just the right tone and signal strength throughout the signal line while performing.
Customization is another reason you should invest in your own pedal board cases. Some effects pedals are four inches long. Some effects pedals are 10 inches long. Generic pedal board cases will not provide with you the customized features needed to ensure that the pedals are properly spaced, powered and working throughout live performances or recording sessions. A customized pedal board case will give you the ability to tailor the signal line from your effects pedals to your preferences to ensure your comfort while playing.
Gigs, recording sessions and live performances can come up at a moment’s notice. So it’s important to have your equipment ready to go on the road for a last minute booking. When you buy your own pedal board case you have the ability to pick up and leave without having check to ensure you have all your effects pedals, signal cables and power supplies. These will all be stored safely in the case so when you arrive at the gig you can plug in and play with as little downtime as possible.