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RockCase RC 23020 A

Pedalboard / PedalCase from RockCase .

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AIroKoaAIroKoa

RockCase RC 23020 APublished on 04/01/10 at 12:00
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Piouf 974Piouf 974

RockCase RC 23020 APublished on 08/24/07 at 21:47
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- I just acqurir this Rockcase and install all my pedals with velcro sticker.
I then closed and transport to test the continuation of pedals: impeccable! (At least for now ...).

- This Rockcase air strong enough, even if the collection's outdoor aluminum layer is a bit thin.
It is fairly lightweight, even with my Crybaby, Whammy, RAT (my heaviest pedals) and the indoor power.
For those who say it's heavy, they still have the simplicity of handling and transportation box, "type briefcase" (with grip) to cheer them up!
So, despite its pretty impressive (photo non-binding), this is hyper Rockcase handy and portable in all circumstances, even in the smallest cars, position or...…
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- I just acqurir this Rockcase and install all my pedals with velcro sticker.
I then closed and transport to test the continuation of pedals: impeccable! (At least for now ...).

- This Rockcase air strong enough, even if the collection's outdoor aluminum layer is a bit thin.
It is fairly lightweight, even with my Crybaby, Whammy, RAT (my heaviest pedals) and the indoor power.
For those who say it's heavy, they still have the simplicity of handling and transportation box, "type briefcase" (with grip) to cheer them up!
So, despite its pretty impressive (photo non-binding), this is hyper Rockcase handy and portable in all circumstances, even in the smallest cars, position or standing stretches (although hang your p pedals for that!).

- I find the report qualitprix okay for what it is, because I would not t able to make such a pedalboard with relevant CHARACTERISTICS trs-like butterfly clips to remove the fa ade in 5 seconds, the indoor carpet that can scratch the pedals easily and srement, various reinforcements in the corners, the internal foam for the maintenance of pedals, etc..
In short, a respectable job of research and above all a great ide ingnieuse from Warwick for this Rockcase SERIES!

- I expect to carry it a little more my concerts and rptitions to make me notice but most Retailer, which is henceforth dj sr is that has changed me normment of the wooden plate which served as my pedalboard so far and I had to lug around horizontally, brushing each time the frames of doors of the house and trying not to drag pedals during transport ... In short, a nightmare musicos!

- Finally, the pedalboard is worth 85 (Music-Store or on Thomann) and I have had nine to 80 (in a classified ad Audiofanzine) is exactly what I needed.
Dimensions are idalie 9-10 pedals for my and my power strip.
Its weight of 12 Kg empty rpart is very well, so much so that it seems that only PSE 5 Kg
Bravo, indeed! ...
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jhorlogerjhorloger

RockCase RC 23020 APublished on 02/09/08 at 06:19
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I have for a week.
What I like least is the quality of manufacture. having an aluminum case gives a good face, but it seems not very tough, we'll see over time.
The dimensions are great, the picture is not binding. The 80cm wide is very much appreciable to the pedals and cables that go.
I have absolutely not like is the support of the pedals. it is a wooden plaque which in my case was not set correctly then the plate is blocked with all the pedals during transport. I could see the quality of attachment and wood which is more than mediocre, bad glue and staples, plus wooden brackets are broken and the plate is crumbling. I said that I bought new.
So I went to my favorite hardware...…
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I have for a week.
What I like least is the quality of manufacture. having an aluminum case gives a good face, but it seems not very tough, we'll see over time.
The dimensions are great, the picture is not binding. The 80cm wide is very much appreciable to the pedals and cables that go.
I have absolutely not like is the support of the pedals. it is a wooden plaque which in my case was not set correctly then the plate is blocked with all the pedals during transport. I could see the quality of attachment and wood which is more than mediocre, bad glue and staples, plus wooden brackets are broken and the plate is crumbling. I said that I bought new.
So I went to my favorite hardware store to buy glue sticks, which was not the case with that of Rockcase. C during bonding, normally within 48 hours c good so I hope that in future the plate is well taken.
Otherwise the rubber feet can be removed from the case itself and of course impossible to recover, I'm going to have to turn the skates and rivets to make with screws.
So apart from the appearance, size, and weight (portable), manufacturing is very poor.
I do not have that choice would do and am quite disappointed from Warwick who has accustomed us to better.
Next time I would save a little more and I would buy one with metal support.
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JumikaelJumikael

RockCase RC 23020 APublished on 05/30/10 at 02:28
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I use it for 5 months, it was useful and has been a reassuring solidity. I think we can do better at this level, but it's interesting enough and the compensation is fairly light weight of the suitcase (not 12 kg as announced below, but rather 2 / 3 kgs). Large surface area, I have a dozen large effects and I could have put a few more. is the kind of great product, which gives an impression of not quite finished anyway, but conveniently visible even after prolonged use.
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  • Manufacturer: RockCase
  • Model: RC 23020 A
  • Category: Pedalboards / Pedalcases
  • Added in our database on: 10/27/2010

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