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Coffin Case Hardware Coffin Case
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The Coffin Case Hardware Coffin Case is a whopping 20-1/2"W x 50-1/2"L x 14-1/2"D. It offers much more capacity than conventional rectangular cases. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Coffin Case Hardware Coffin Case is a whopping 20-1/2"W x 50-1/2"L x 14-1/2"D. It offers much more capacity than conventional rectangular cases. Equipped with ATA-style hardware including large recessed handles, rounded steel corners, butterfly latches, aluminum trim, and heavy-duty, 3" rubber wheels. Solid wood construction of the Coffin Case is strong enough to make the trip to hell and back.
- Large recessed handles
- Rounded steel corners
- Butterfly latches
- Aluminum trim
- Heavy-duty, 3" rubber wheels with locks
- Solid wood construction
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Interesting case, built well enough for the money, however I don't think that it is ATA spec approved. (If that's what you're looking for) The actual case size measurements are: 16" Wide X 48" Long X 12" Deep which was big enough for my needs. The wheels come on 2 separate boards and are removable via the provided 6 bolts. (I would recommend adding flat washers for strength) There is plenty of room inside depending on your stand size & leg thickness, you should be able to load up a typical 5-6pc drumset worth of hardware. Only drawback: due to it's unusual "Coffin" shape, the majority of the stand legs fit easier towards the one (wide) end which tends to make the case off balance (lifting, etc) All in all, it is a good case that gets the job done, turns some heads and is a definite conversation piece.
looks awesome. very strong for all your hardware. will grab everybody's attention.
The case is perfect. Great price! Great Product!And of course the look says it all without a word being spoken. The casters are heavy duty. And the inside strap to hold stands in place to limit movement. It's the only road case the doubles as a PROP while you play the gig. I got the matching stick coffin case. The purple upholstery (in the stick case) looks like a small funeral. Showboat your entrance to the club and during your performance,buy Coffin Cases!
This is a really cool case, perfect for hi hat stands, rack components and other long items that can't fit in most skb or enduro trap cases. I added some larger washers to the wheel attachments for added strength on mine. Also when they say it is "ATA style", they mean it looks like an ATA case. It's really not that heavy-duty but it holds and protects my full 3 sided gibraltar rack and misc. stands while riding in the bed of my truck.
I needed an unusual sized case to fit in my car. There always seems to be an odd shaped space whenever I throw my sound gear in a vehicle. This box fits in those odd nooks and crannies. I've added additional washers for the hardware on the wheels (the ONLY real weakness on this case) and use it to haul my cables, snake and mike box. I also ride my mixer and amp cases on top, so everything's on wheels. I liked these cases so much that I've bought one for each of my sound setups.
This case is awesome. I load a full gibralter rack in it with many other accessories, and it holds everyting. Used to use the hardware bags, but this is much better. One extra advantage of the coffin case is that it has 4 wheels, instead of 2, like most hard cases. Because of this, I now use it as a dolly and load all my drums on top of the case a push it to the stage. What used to take me 5 trips back and forth from the truck to the stage, now takes me 2! The only gripe is that all 4 wheels have 360-degree rotation. This makes if difficult to push the thing straight, it wants to slowly vear right and left as you're pushing it. But I solved that by replacing the front 2 wheels with steady ones that don't rotate, and it's now perfect. A must buy for the serious gigging drummer...