#1
I'm building my own board and I need a case. I found a site that has 1/4 inch plywood cases for 79-99. Is 1/4 inch decent or should I go up to 3/8 inch? I really don't want it breaking or coming apart on me, and I don't know how durable 1/4 inch is. Also, is it reasonably priced or should I be looking for a better deal... or even a different manufacturer? I need a simple case that I can carry my Ikea Gorm around in.

http://www.roadcasesusa.com/categories/Effect-Pedal-Cases/
Last edited by MistaChy at Mar 11, 2014,
#2
1/4" thats practically cardboard. any cabinets i build (head or speaker) i use 3/4" void free balitc birch. i would use thicker wood, or something could fracture and you shit falls on the floor.
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#3
That should be fine. Not the best, but deff better than nothing or a soft case. My pedal-board is in a soft case and it works fine for me (and I gig regularly)
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