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  • dannyz_280dannyz_280

    RockCase RC 23120 BPublished on 05/13/07 at 06:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?
    One year

    - What is so special that you like most and least?

    The +: SUPER PRACTICE, we get live, we ask you plug 'two jacks and power supply, check it and it plays ... plug and play .... No more hours trying to find the problem or find what pedal has a stack HS.
    9 V blocks and a 12v, 4 jack sockets (to connect returns deffets example) inside foam ball corners, butterfly closures: the luxury!

    the - two closures begin to take a few games, the wood is extremely strong, there is not enough velcro provides (for attaching the pedals), no tip top handle and a switch would 12/9v was well on the pad 12V. but that price .......???

    - How would you rate the qual…
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    How long have you use it?
    One year

    - What is so special that you like most and least?

    The +: SUPER PRACTICE, we get live, we ask you plug 'two jacks and power supply, check it and it plays ... plug and play .... No more hours trying to find the problem or find what pedal has a stack HS.
    9 V blocks and a 12v, 4 jack sockets (to connect returns deffets example) inside foam ball corners, butterfly closures: the luxury!

    the - two closures begin to take a few games, the wood is extremely strong, there is not enough velcro provides (for attaching the pedals), no tip top handle and a switch would 12/9v was well on the pad 12V. but that price .......???

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Very good! but there mieu Rockcase is very versatile!

    I do it again this choice without eSite
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  • fremen'sfremen's

    RockCase RC 23120 BPublished on 07/15/08 at 09:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?

    I possde two for 6 months

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Plus, the cot practice (a bit order), the price ...
    But the frank, the fly and the power supply cables for pedals that even when a joke!

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    Yeah my lil ERRF also joke, the return
    - How do you report qualitprix?

    In between, put off the fly, it saves time to install the power supply is very practical and loops also
    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    There's a fly without the MODEL?
  • OztoOzto

    RockCase RC 23120 BPublished on 03/06/10 at 09:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pedaboard integrated into a well-padded flight case.
    The pros: The pedalboard withdraws the fly to have the board with the transformer.
    The remourage fairly well made with foam blocks that protect the pedals shocks.
    The relatively low compared to the size of the beast.
    5 entries voltage of 9V and 12V.
    2-loop effects of many practices.

    The - (but not much size):

    The transformer only supports 400mA, basically if you like me, a preamp head lamp 1.5 amps, it does you no good.
    By knowing a little BOSS DD7 Chow 200mA already, there's not much choice to put 50 on it (although the machine is oversized). One wonders why they did it big.
    In short: A good fly, a little too big for …
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    Pedaboard integrated into a well-padded flight case.
    The pros: The pedalboard withdraws the fly to have the board with the transformer.
    The remourage fairly well made with foam blocks that protect the pedals shocks.
    The relatively low compared to the size of the beast.
    5 entries voltage of 9V and 12V.
    2-loop effects of many practices.

    The - (but not much size):

    The transformer only supports 400mA, basically if you like me, a preamp head lamp 1.5 amps, it does you no good.
    By knowing a little BOSS DD7 Chow 200mA already, there's not much choice to put 50 on it (although the machine is oversized). One wonders why they did it big.
    In short: A good fly, a little too big for the number of adjustable pedal over.
    My little trick to circumvent the low amperage was possible to fix a power strip inside, plug the transformer above the pedalboard (required to do so because otherwise the effects loops do not work) and plug my other pedals WITH THEIR OWN TRANSFORMERS on the strip. A few tweaks but hey, I found mine for 80 € for OCCAZ, then I is not too picky.

    With experience, I do not do it again this election parcequ'acheter a pedalboard with integrated transformer and having to add a power strip .... it's a bit average. NOT TO RELY ON THE FACT THAT SHE HAS MULTIPLE INPUT VOLTAGE CAN NOT CONNECT TO ALL THE ABOVE PEDALS.
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