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Old 02-19-2009, 02:09 PM
darko901 darko901 is offline
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Default hardcase/bag for Axis or Trick double pedals

Hello and thanks for your time reading this

I'm sure I'm not the only one who had this problem before.

Has anyone tried and found any specific models of hard cases (SKB,Hardcase etc.) or even bags that can carry their longboard/bigfoot versions of Axis/Trick double pedals?

Those pedals are big, bigger than say a pearl eliminator.

I know Axis has its own case for sale but I don't know if it fits Trick bigfoot too and it's a bit hard to find to buy it.

Any help is very much appreciated as it would be better to read someone's experience/solution before buying a case that won't actually fit with the pedals.
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Old 02-19-2009, 10:32 PM
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Default Re: hardcase/bag for Axis or Trick double pedals

Many case manufacturers make double pedal cases, but you're right, yours are larger. Case makers should have their specs on their sites. Also, consider bongo and percussion cases might also fit. Measure your pedals and figure out how much room you need. Another option is to find a local bag maker and have them custom-make a padded stiff Cordura-type case. I would definitely put expensive pedals like that in a hard case of some kind.
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