Blackbird Pedalboards Custom Cases
Blackbird Pedalboards is now offering Custom Cases, built to match your personal pedalboard.
Known for making eye-catching custom pedalboards, Blackbird now gives you personalized options for the exterior cases.
Since each guitarist is a unique persona, Blackbird knew that they deserve personalized tools to get their music and message accross. So with that in mind, they have been offering personalized pedalboards built to user specifications. Aside from custom pedalboards that can have various Tolex, they also offer cool stickers to further place your own mark on your rig.
Regardless of customization, pedalboards will look all the same when packed into generic cases, so to solve this dilemma, Blackbird expanded their customization efforts to include cases. These custom cases add to their existing line of pre-built ATA cases, this time allowing you to choose between two styles of hard cases - tolex or carpet, to match your board.
The new hard cases come in the same stylish look as the boards and offer no-brainer gig friendly features that include a fully removable top for easy access, an elevated bottom tray so you can still access your jacks and inlet while your board remains in the case and a nifty under board storage for cables and accessories.
The carpet cases provide a rugged yet soft and lightweight solution for protecting your gear while on the road. These custom carpet cases are built to the specs of your board to ensure a snug and comfortable fit.
The tolex cases on the other hand offer the widest range of customization. It allows for easy matching with your tolex board to get a complete head turning custom look.
Tolex cases are available for $150 for any size, while Carpet cases are offered for $125 also for any size. You can either add the cases to a custom order pedalboard or purchase them separately for your existing board. For more information, you can visit Blackbird Pedalboards.
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When you consider how much time and effort you put into getting your rig to sound just the way you want, it makes sense to ensure your guitar cables are also up to the job - after all they're an important part of the tone chain. Also remember that occasionally things will go wrong, so always carry at least one spare cable to gigs and rehearsals.