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Gator Gig-Box Pedal Board and Guitar Stand
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Ideal for performers, the Gig-Box Pedalboard and Guitar Stand case comes in a generous 29.25" x 15.3" size for plenty of pedal space. The top, when r...Read More
All-in-one lightweight pedal board and guitar stand combo case.
Ideal for performers, the Gig-Box Pedalboard and Guitar Stand case comes in a generous 29.25" x 15.3" size for plenty of pedal space. The top, when removed, has a collapsible stand that adjusts to hold three electric guitars or two electric guitars and one acoustic guitar so it's protective when you're on the road or functional when you are on the stage. It features a lightweight aluminum pedal surface, a molded shell with recessed wheels, ATA-compliant twist latches, a spring-loaded handle, a hidden, lockable storage compartment, and hook-and-loop pedal fasteners.
- Collapsible stand adjusts to hold two electrics and one acoustic, or three electric guitars
- Made in the USA
- Lightweight aluminum pedal board
- Recessed wheels
- ATA compliant twist latches
- Spring-loaded handle
- Hook-and-loop pedal fasteners
- Hidden and lockable storage compartment
- Anti slip rubber feet
- Quick and easy setup
If you're a gigging guitarist, this should be part of your traveling rig. Order today!
Gig-Box Pedal Board and Guitar Stand
- Exterior Dimensions
Weight: 25 lb.
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Comments about Gator Gig-Box Pedal Board and Guitar Stand:
I was at a Blues Festival, & the guitarist had one! I was like what is that! I thought very cool! His must have been an older model - it was in an aluminum case. The stand holds 3 guitars. He had 2, a strat & his back up Gibson 335 which he never used. So, it is a little on the large side, does take up some real estate on stage. The pedal board comes out of the case & the top of the case turns over, you flip up the 3 guitar stand. Remember the top is just as big as the pedal board & the bottom goes off stage. It's also a bit pricey for what it is, you still have to purchase a power supply unit, so your ? No pedals yet! Nice gimmick - usability would have to be semi specialized 1st - do you use 3 guitars on stage? Also 8 plus pedals?