Hi Gearheads, I thought it was time to retire my pedaltrain and finally build a hardcase for my pedals. This is something that has been on my wish list for a very long time and there is no turning back now. The foundation of my pedalboard is a DAP Showmaster 48 flightcase, which is normally used to transport a lighting-console. This case is widely accessibel in Europe and with it's price of around 55, it was a no-brainer for me. I would not have been able to build the inside of this case, without the help of a good friend. He is a Luthier, builds guitars and also restores furniture. His craftsmanship goes way passed my technical knowledge and without him, I probably wouldn't have tried to build this. I am very grateful and if you'd also like to support him, check him out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stijnkenens.luthier Now Pictures: The structural inside of the board: My selfmade AB-Switch, to choose between playing wireless and with a cable Power switch, AB-switch and antennas. The case has been built around my DL-4. So this way, the DL-4 is lower, which is far more convienent when using the pedal as a looper. The lid with protection and a system to attach my cables for transport. The patchbay. A compartment to store my wireless transmitter (which I have modded to take other batteries so I can play more than 20 hours with one charge). There is still plenty of space for a Capo, some picks or an E-bow. The compartment will get a lid, but I still have to get a joint to attach it. Some extra shots: And since this is The Gear Page: I have something with much more mojo than a Altoids box. My NES peppermint box! There are many, many, many pedals on my wish list, so it has been built to be future proof. The case is far from finished, so I'll keep updating this thread. Hope you like it, of there are any questions, shoot!