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Gator GK-LT-25W Rolling Laptop / MIDI Controller Bag
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The Gator GK-LT-25W Laptop and MIDI Controller Bag is designed to carry 25-note controllers and a laptop. The rolling case has a unique 5" expandable...Read More
Keep your gear safe with this durable, versatile backpack bag on wheels.
The Gator GK-LT-25W Laptop and MIDI Controller Bag is designed to carry 25-note controllers and a laptop. The rolling case has a unique 5" expandable pop-top for enough extra space to accommodate up to 32- and 37-note controllers, and it can be wheeled, carried by hand, or strapped to your back. The gear and laptop case's retractable handle and wheel assembly is removable so you can use it as a backpack. Backpack straps can be hidden inside the exterior pocket when the handle is in use.
The Gator case is constructed of rugged 1680-denier nylon with a padded interior and includes a padded interior insert to use between your music gear for protection. The GK-LT-25W bag also has additional exterior pockets for storage of interfaces, cables, and other recording accessories.
- Rolling backpack designed to carry most 25-note controllers and laptop
- Exterior pockets allow storage for interfaces, cables, and other recording accessories
- Retractable wheel and handle is removable for back pack use
- 5" expandable pop-top accommodates up to 32- & 37-note controllers
- 1680-denier nylon construction
- Padded interior protects gear
- Padded interior insert to use between gear for protection
Order this handy rugged case today!
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Comments about Gator GK-LT-25W Rolling Laptop / MIDI Controller Bag:
After an exhaustive search for a bag that will hold my Novation ReMote 37SL, laptop, audio interface, and misc accessories, I finally found a bag that will work. Plenty of space for 3 octave ( 25" ) keyboard, 15" laptop, small audio interface, wall warts (P.S.), assortment of cables, etc. Sufficient padding. Backpack feature is real sweet. Handle/rolling mechanism seems a bit cheap - if compared to carry on luggage. One of the first things I plan on removing. Overall its a very nice gig bag. Would recommend.