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Gator GK-261R 61-Key ATA Keyboard Case
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The Gator GK-261R 61-Key Keyboard Case is molded from military-grade polyethylene. Zinc-plated, recessed latches for true flight-ready durability. Th...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Gator GK-261R 61-Key Keyboard Case is molded from military-grade polyethylene. Zinc-plated, recessed latches for true flight-ready durability. The ATA keyboard case has built-in rollerblade-style wheels and comfortable handle for moving ease. Adjustable padded interior straps hold the keyboard securely in place. The rolling flight case also features recessed, spring-loaded twist latches and interior secure straps.
- Nearly indestructible lightweight polyethylene
- Recessed latches
- Padded strap system
- Handle and rollerblade-style wheels
- Recessed, spring-loaded twist latches
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GK-261R 61-Key ATA Keyboard Case
- Interior Dimensions: 17.375" W x 44" L x 6" D
Exterior Dimensions: 21.6" W x 49.5" L x 9.4" D
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I own a Korg Triton Studio 61 keys. The Gator is the only case that fits it, as far as my research shows. The case is quite sturdy but very awkward to carry because of the bizarre placement of the double handles. What were they thinking when they placed the handles like that? Actually, two handles are overkill when a sturdy handle in the middle would be sufficient. I have had to put my own handle on and the product is now what it should have been in the first place. Gator please send my check for improving your design.
I use this case for my Triton LE, and it's works great. The case is about 4 inches longer vertically and horizontally, which gives me plenty of room to store the power supply and extra cables. The big straps hold the keyboard pretty well, but I recommend cutting some foam to fill in the extra space, because the keyboard will slide some. The wheels work great, extra durable outer shell, and great locks and handles. Note that the handles on the picture are not the handles on the case. They are better. Overall, and excellent case for any 61-key keyboard.