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Designed to match how you actually put in ear plugs (by screwing them in), super soft, comfortable Skull...
This two-piece, carpeted plywood deck attaches and detaches instantly to your R8, R10, or R12 Rock N Roller...
Rotomolded caster board with 5 inch locking caster wheels that will mount to the SKB19-REX6 Expander or the...
Comfortable-to-wear ear filters have a noise reduction rating of 26 decibels.
The L-2/12 is a 12-inch flexible gooseneck task light with a low intensity bulb that can either be snap...
Protect your ears. There will be no reissues.
5W, 12" high-intensity gooseneck lamp for use with BNC swiveling connector.
This one-piece, carpeted plywood deck attaches and detaches instantly to your R6 Rock N Roller Cart to prevent...
Managing the stage is not easy work. Before each performance, all the gear has to be in position and ready to go. And when the show is over, the stage won't pack itself up. There's plenty to think about when you're the one putting on the performance, too: what accessories do you need to have up there with you during the gig? Whether you work behind the scenes or under the spotlight, the bottom line is that stage accessories are an essential part of putting on any show.
For road and venue managers, the need to move equipment is all too familiar. Concert speakers and live sound racks are heavy and, at times, delicate. That's why carts and transporters are considered basic necessities of the stage, and you'll find plenty of those here. Rock N Roller is a good place to start when you're looking for a new transporter; their 8-in-1 Multi-Carts come in plenty of different sizes so you can find exactly the right one for your gear. If you're a music instructor, or managing equipment for an orchestra, another indispensable accessory would be a music stand storage cart. These can hold dozens of stands, and they're quick to load and unload.
There's no shortage of stage accessories for performers, either. DJs and lighting techs will find all the little details needed to flesh out their setups here, including gaffers tape and compact gooseneck lights to let you clearly see all of your equipment even in a darkened booth. Another thing that you'll see a lot of here is earplugs, which are a must for any performer, from a DJ to a drummer to a lead guitarist - since you're on the stage surrounded by speakers, hearing protection is just common sense to protect your ears from high sound pressure levels.
There are more stage accessories beyond transporters, carts, DJ gear and hearing protection, so go ahead and take a look at all the great supplies listed here. If you're involved with the stage, no matter which side of curtain call you're on, there will definitely be accessories here that can make your life easier.