SWAMP PDB Pedal Board Hard Flight Case - Large
suits the SWAMP PDB-80 Large Pedalboard
SWAMP Pedal Board Hard Flight Case - 81cm x 41cm
Designed to fit the SWAMP PDB-80 large pedal board, these robust flight cases are the perfect way to store, setup and travel with your pedals. Save time and effort by having your pedal board set-up and ready to go.
Durable Construction with Chrome Trims
The panels, frames and hardware of this flight case are made from high quality materials to ensure maximum durability. Using sturdy 10mm plywood panels, chrome protected corners, recessed pad lockable heavy duty butterfly latches and large rubber feet, this case will withstand the rigours of hard touring. The case is pyramid foam lined on the top lid, and 'hook and loop' lined on the bottom. The black melamine laminate is even fireproof, adding an extra safety level to your gear.
Versatile Pedal Board Use
Designed for storing your SWAMP medium pedal boards, one could even use the Hook and Loop lined bottom to affix the pedals directly. The internal measurements are:
Length: 815mm; Depth: 415mm; Height: 160mm
- Recessed, Pad Lockable Heavy Duty Butterfly Latches
- Spring Loaded, Heavy Duty Rubber Gripped Handle
- Hook and Loop Lining on the Bottom
- Pyramid Foam Lining Underneath Top Lid
- Rust Resistant Zinc Plated Hardware
- Extruded Aluminium Angle Edging
- Fireproof Black Melamine Laminate
- Case Dimensions - Exterior
- Case Dimensions - Interior
Height: 160mm (40mm base, 120mm in lid)
- Weight: 8.1kg
Excellent unitBy: Alan Smith on 28 October 2020As I play multiple instruments, I had reached "critical mass" with my old pedalboard (even though it was pretty big), and my proliferation of pedals demanded I get an even larger one. And this Swamp unit is B-I-G, so best to carefully check out the dimensions to make sure it's for you; Morris Mini owners beware! :-) (As Swamp's description rightly says, it's really a flight case designed to accommodate one of their larger pedalboards, but I'm just using it as the actual pedalboard itself, relying on velcro to hold my pedals down.) Built like a tank, and I had more than enough space to fit my gear (Peterson tuner, Boss LS-2, Zoom MS-60B, MXR M87 Compressor, Fishman Aura 16, Boss EQ-200, NuX NMP-2 footswitch, Nux NBP-5 Di/Preamp, Volume pedal, a bulky PXL8 switcher, and of course a decent power brick). .......... Yeah, okay, this case isn't exactly dirt cheap, but you get what you pay for — if you have a lot of pedals, and are struggling to arrange them all with signal routing and power cables etc in limited space, this could be the answer. Glad I bought it — recommended.