BOSS has announced what they describe as new top-quality pedalboard solutions for BOSS pedals and other effects. They say that the BCB-1000, BCB-90X, and BCB-30X pedalboards are easy to configure and offer heavy-duty molded cases with detachable lids. They tell us that the new BPC patch and BMIDI-PB MIDI cables feature custom space-saving plugs, making them ideal for connections on BCB pedalboards or any pedal setup. Here's more details direct from BOSS...
The BCB-1000's innovative suitcase-style design is rugged and easy to transport, making it a great choice for traveling pro players. Its size meets most carry-on luggage requirements, and wheels and a retractable handle enable smooth mobility. An aluminum mounting surface supports two rows of pedals and includes slots for cable management, with space underneath for a third-party power supply. The pedal chain is connected internally to an integrated junction box, which provides an instrument input and mono or stereo outputs on the back of the pedalboard.
Continuing the long-running BOSS BCB series, the BCB-90X and BCB-30X offer more flexibility for modern pedal layouts. A rigid foam insert provides pre-cuts for standard BOSS compact pedals, but users can easily cut the foam to their own specs for different pedal sizes. The BCB-90X features integrated junction boxes for cables and power and comes with a PSB-1U power supply. Both models include a daisy-chain cable for DC power distribution.
The custom right-angle slim plugs on BPC cables allow for tight side-by-side connections when patching pedals. BMIDI-PB cables offer versatile three-way positioning, optimizing space when connecting 5-pin MIDI devices. Both cable series are available in a variety of lengths.
Pricing and Availability:
In January 2021, the BOSS BCB-30X pedalboard will be available for $59.99, the BOSS BCB-90X for $199.99, and the BOSS BCB-1000 for $399.99. The BOSS BPC and BMIDI cable range is available now for $9.99-$24.99.
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