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Gator G-Gig Box Original ATA Pedal Board with 4-Guitar Stand
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This rugged polyethylene ATA case doubles as a guitar stand and pedal board. The lid converts to hold 3 electric and one acoustic guitar. The base ha...Click To Read More About This Product
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This rugged polyethylene ATA case doubles as a guitar stand and pedal board. The lid converts to hold 3 electric and one acoustic guitar. The base has a removable 29-1/2" x 15-1/2" pedal board. The Gator Gig Box has a carpet-lined interior and comes with Velcro to hold your effect pedals in place. The recessed, chromeplated, lockable twist latches; recessed wheels; and tow handle make this pedal board case and guitar stand unit an easy solution for any mobile musician. 32"L x 19"W x 9"D. 16 lbs.
Lid converts to multi-guitar stand that holds 3 electric and one acoustic guitar
Removable pedal board in base (29-1/2" x 15-1/2")
Recessed, chromeplated, lockable twist latches
Recessed wheels and tow handle
Rugged polyethylene construction with aluminum valance
Limited lifetime warranty
Reviewed by 3 customers
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This product is pretty good for the amount of money it costs. I bought the board about 7 months ago because I needed the built in stand for shows (I never remembered to bring guitar stands), that and I needed the room to hold my 10 pedals, which this offers, and I can hide my wireless receiver, and my tools in the storage compartment. It's all done its job, until about two months ago when the rivets holding both of my latches on broke off within 2 weeks of each other. It's does its job, but I suggest going with something more heavy duty, such as the Furman, if you plan on doing a lot of touring, or even just a lot of shows, and the Furman comes with a power pack, which I found out is a must have. Other than that this board is definitely worth the money!
The combination guitar stand is really nice. The construction is good but not great. I love the conviniece that you get from any pedalboard I can pack cable's, Slides misc tools it's basically pedalboard/tool & Cable bag all in 1 & i highly recommend the Gator power supply it's tiny & quiet as a mouse.Biggest downfall when travelling the height inside the case is lower at some points to accomedate the stand in the lid this gives a low clearence just barely enough to allow for my Dunlop hendrix wah. I use a rubber stopper under the wah to prevent the pedal from pushing down into the felt on the pedal.
I cannot express fully how much time this pedal board saves me. I play live every week and all I have to do is pop off the top, plug in my instrument cables, cable to my power amp, and power and go. I am fully setup in less than 2 minutes. In this box I have a Pod XT Live, Boss CS3, Mark Tremonti Wah, Korg DT10BR Tuner, Morley ABY, a wireless unit, MXR DC Brick, inst. cords, and extension cords packed into this thing. With the wheels it makes it pretty easy to get in and out. Add velcro and some plastic ties and nothing moves. While the board does come out, I leave it in the base; I don't mind the extra height off the floor. Only real complaint that I have is that there needs to be a telescoping handle as I occasionally kick it with my heel when pulling behind me causing it to rock back and forth. Also, I wish it was a couple inches wider. The stand in the lid is an added benefit.