Originally Posted by Bassist30
Tim if you are doing local gigs and carrying your own equipment I suggest the pedal train. Their are so many to choose from if you do a search. Good ones too. But the pedal train is light and you can choose either a hard case (which I suggest) of a very good soft case. You can look at them and see which size is best for you. Especially if you are thinking of expanding. They now have their own power supply but I use the voodoo lab 2. They give you professional grade Velcro and cable ties etc. All you need. I like that it has rods instead of a closed board. Good luck on your search, let us know which you had picked and maybe some pics after its all set up.
I agree. Just depends how much you want to spend. Me, I went cheap since I"m not really into pedals much for bass (For serious pedaling I use my Digitech BP8)
These work really nicely for little cash. http://www.rondomusic.com/pedalcases.html
I've got my couple of pedals (volume, bass bad monkey, tuner etc.) plus my "ultra DI" -preamp in there all powered with 1Spot wall wart.
Works great and didn't cost a fortune.
Note search seems to show pedaltrain has discontinued some sales:
"Retired Product . Pedaltrain has discontinued all case-only and frame-only sales. These items are no longer available as a la carte purchases."