Boss Pedal Boards / Cases

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About Boss Pedal Boards / Cases

Boss pedal boards provide a simple and effective solution for guitarists and bassists looking to put together a pedalboard with their compact effects. The Boss BCB-60 is a custom designed board made of tough ABS plastic, which is strong but also light in weight. It has pre-moulded placings for up to 6 compact pedals plus another area for a Boss tuner . All cabling is included, as is a power supply to feed juice to all of your effects.

The Boss BCB-60 pedal board case lets you set up your effects, power them, and quickly and easily pack them up for transport. Certain areas can be modified for installing a Wah pedal. You can also easily fit Boss' dual pedal effects like the SL-20 Slicer or RC-30 Loop Station.

If you want to have your pedals all hooked up and ready to play with, the BCB-60 is a great idea. Your pedals will be tidy and available as well as protected. Boss also offer a smaller board, the BCB-30, which houses three compact pedals but has no power supply.

Frequently Asked Questions about Boss Pedal Boards / Cases

Question: Can I use non-Boss pedals in the BCB-60?
Yes, you can connect any pedals that are 9V. Most manufacturer's pedals will fit the spaces in the board okay but perhaps not as snugly as the Boss compact pedals. If in doubt, ask a member of staff at your local guitarguitar or get in touch with us via the Live Chat window popup.
Question: Does it matter which order I place my pedals on the board?
It does, yes! Whilst there are no rules in this, best practice dictates that you go in this order: tuner, utilities (compressor, EQ etc), wah, overdrives, modulations and finally ambient effects like reverb and delay. Experimentation may yield fantastic results but at least be aware of this order to maximize what you have.
Question: Which tuner fits into the space in the top corner of the BCB-60?
That space is sized perfectly for a Boss TU-12EX!
Question: Can I link two Boss BCB-60 pedal boards together?
Yes you can! Simply connect the output from the last pedal of the first board into the input of the first pedal on the second board. Use both power supplies too and you will be fine!