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RockBag by Warwick Rackmount Bag
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Strong, water-resistant material with 10mm padding, reinforced with glued and screwed plywood with aluminum profile edgings, and built-in rack rails ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Protect your valuable rack gear.
Strong, water-resistant material with 10mm padding, reinforced with glued and screwed plywood with aluminum profile edgings, and built-in rack rails for mounting your gear. Lids are strengthened with a hardboard inlay and fold back for easy access. Feature strong padded handles, Velcro closings, large zippers, and non-slip patches on base.
- Strong, water-resistant Rok Tek material
- .39" padding
- Plywood-reinforced exterior, .59" thick, secured by screws as well as glued
- Large zipper
- Big external pouch for cables
- Velcro closings on the top of the front and side lid
- Padded handle
- Shoulder strap with cell phone pocket
- Large, non-slip patches on the base for stability and security
- All snap hooks and rings are metal
- Transparent card holder
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I bought a rockbag (4 space)a couple of years ago. I am very dissapointed. The construction on these bags or very poor.The zippers are cheap and flimsy. I've had to replace all of them and it was very expensive.I took it to a luggage repair company after numerous emails and attempts to contact warwick went unanswered.The small screws that hold the racks to the plywood are weak and unreliable.If you are thinking about buying one of these bags, don't! It is not worth the price they are asking.You would do much better buying something else.
Don't waste your money. I bought the 4-space unit and mounted a bass preamp and a power amp in it, and gigged with it extensively until it started falling apart, which didn't take long. While the padding is nice and the concept is nice, the plywood, hardware, and workmanship are all low grade. The plywood frame on mine wasn't even put together perfectly squarely. The tiny screws that hold the embroidered straps to the unit work loose and strip out easily, and the large zippers wear out quickly. Surely someone out there makes a better rack bag than this.