Steve's Pedal Case?

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vaiisagoodguitarplayer
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Does anyone here know what kind of Pedalboard/Case Steve uses? I've been looking everywhere for for a good one, but a bunch of them are really low quality. I was wondering if Steve owns a specific brand or just uses one of those ATA approved airline cases.
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As far as I know Nordegg made it for him.
vaiisagoodguitarplayer
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hmmm I see. Thankyou
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Well.. I'm not 100% sure though. I think I picked something up like this over at the Dave Weiner forum. But he could be using a new case by now.
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I see, thanks for your help. I don't know I've been thinking about those Core cases but they're supposedly made of chep plastic. I found a brand called Angstrom cases on ebay, they make those airline ones. I'll kep shopping around. Thanks again for the help, I'm new to the board so thanks for the welcome.
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i got mine just by looking 'round in shops for ages. its a hand built custom one i got second hand in a shop for £80, and its great. its a flight case, ply, vinyl covered with aluminium bracing and edging. it has two levels and weighs a ton! just keep looking, you'll find something you like!
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Sounds good, I've also been thinking about building one. My dad owns a window manufacturing workshop and he has all the materials needed. It might be kinda sketchy but I think it's worth a try, but at the same time it might just be me trying to be cheap.
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I've got a nice plank of oak and I'm going to strap my pedals to it with heavy duty cable-ties. Won't protect the pedals I know, but it means everything will be set up ready to play.
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The other problem with cable ties is that it's hard to get them tight enough to really keep the pedals from moving.

I use a piece of pegboard and cable ties until I figure out how I want to permanently mount my pedals.

Check TMCases.com (I think).
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Industrial Strength Velcro. That and a piece of plywood is all you need.

For power, get the $40 Godlyke powerall, works perfectly.

Its the tits, I cant shake off my pedals, even if I hold the board upside down while jumping and shaking furiously.


They're totally secure 8)


To be honest, I think pedalboard cases are extreme ripoffs.
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How do you like these pics from Steve´s Pedalcase?

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vaiisagoodguitarplayer
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Holy Balls!!!!! those pics are great!
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VaiMania wrote:How do you like these pics from Steve´s Pedalcase?

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This isn't his "new" setup is it? There is no Bad Horsie wah in there!?
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Real_Confusions wrote:This isn't his "new" setup is it? There is no Bad Horsie wah in there!?
Not anymore.
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bpd111 wrote:
Real_Confusions wrote:This isn't his "new" setup is it? There is no Bad Horsie wah in there!?
Not anymore.
Huh do you mean he changed it to cry baby again :roll:
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