As your guitar-playing tendencies grow, you are bound to delve into the intricate reams of effects and stopboxes at a certain point. Altering the sound of your instrument can be a mind-blowing and very inspiring experience, and something we thoroughly recommend.
But then, carrying and storing those pedals can become a bit of a nightmare. Sure, one or two pedals is no problem, but you can expect to feel overwhelmed with as little as three pedals. Seeing that the majority of serious guitarists easily carries 6+ pedals to live gigs, it becomes painfully obvious that obtaining a pedal case is a must.
We took the liberty of singling out what we see as three strong contenders for the title of the best guitar pedal case on today’s market. Let’s dive in!
The first choice we’d like to bring you comes from Stagg under the UPC 424 mark. Sturdy and small, this is the perfect choice for an intermediate player with around four pedals under his or her belt.
Crafted in the US of A, the casing features a medium-weight rugged design with chrome hardware and high density foam padded interior. The item operates as a standard case with the ability to fully remove the top by sliding off the hinges. The product’s total size is 17 x 9 x 4 inches.
Mooer FC-M6 Firefly Series
As the most versatile option on the list, an item that serves as a pedal case, pedal board and a travel case, the Mooer FC M6 is a fine choice for guitarists of any skill level. It is capable of packing a set of the company’s six micro series stompboxes, packing a variety of useful features such as the preinstalled power outlet strips and a removable lid.
Also included in the mix are optional Mooer Z-connectors and an aluminum construction with foam padding. If you travel frequently with your pedals, this would be our No. 1 choice for you.
Another affordable and sturdy option comes in the shape of CNB PDC-300D. Crafted from light and durable aluminum, the casing is soft and cushy on the inside and strong and reinforced on the outside.
Made to meet the size demands of carry-on luggage, the casing comes with a total size of 22 x 11.75 x 3 inches. This is also the largest item on the list, and can easily fit 8 pedals, or even 12 if you squeeze them in properly. Therefore, if you have a lot of pedals, this one is for you.
As noted, we can see ourselves pointing at any of these three fellas when asked on what is the best guitar pedal case on the market. All of the items here meet the general quality standards, and it is now just a matter of jotting down your personal needs and preferences, and singling out the product that suits you the best. Once that is our of the way, feel free to treat yourself with any of these fine puppies as early as today. Highly recommended, a major thumbs up from here!