|Good board - but not very versatile|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Winnipeg Manitoba|
|Like most Boss products, this is great quality and decent value. But - unless you own nothing but BOSS pedals it is not very versatile. Sure - it does come with a couple blank inserts, but once you cut them - that's it! If you change pedals later, you no longer have pads to work with.
In the end - I finally removed the insert pads and put velcro on the bottom of the board ($25 at Home Depot or CND Tire). This now allows me to swap out pedals easily for each gig, and even allows me to stagger pedals. I also removed the long "cable rail" and moved the small "cable rail" to the power supply side. This opened up room for my volume pedal on the right and more pedal space depth.
Aside from the lack of versatility, the quality is great and the power supply works really good, even on the other side of the pond with a 10 cent plug adapter (no converters needed).
Overall it's a nice board, but next time out I would probably buy something that works easier with any size pedals.|
Posted by Sean on Feb 5, 2013
|Can't live without it!|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Toronto Ontario|
|Being a BOSS pedal fan for over 25 years the BCB 60 is the perfect fit for me. If you use unique pedals it even comes with a couple of blank pads you can easily cut to suit almost any shape. I highly recommend to anyone that's got a collection of BOSS pedals and is tired of buying batteries.|
Posted by Mike on May 11, 2012