Gator G-Pro Roto Mold Rack CaseProduct #484161 Gator 484161 LQA Rackmount Cases https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Roto-molded polythylene provides your rack gear with incredibly strong protection.
The Gator G-Pro Roto Mold Rack Case is an ideal choice to give your rackmountable music gear the ultimate protection during and between gigs. The cases' roto-molded polythylene design makes these Gator cases virtually indestructible. The front and rear have removable lids that are kept in place by recessed Penn Elcom twist latches. The rest of the Gator G-Pro case is fastened together with heat-treated 10/32 screws and protective washers. Molded-in, ergonomic side screws make it easy to move your music gear around. When you get to your destination, the Gator G-Pro Roto Mold Rack Case is conveniently stackable with other Gator cases.
- Virtually indestructible roto-molded polyethylene design
- 19" Depth
- Recessed Penn Elcom twist latches
- Front and rear lids
- Molded-in, ergonomic side carry handles
- Heat treated 10/32 screws with protective washers included
Whether for use between gigs, or during, a Roto Mold Rack Case is a smart, practical purchase.
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Comments about Gator G-Pro Roto Mold Rack Case:
First off, 3.5 stars would better describe it. Pluses: This rack is what you'd expect from a molded case: ergonomic design, light weight, good latching system, better handle configuration, easy to carry, better ventilation for power amps in the bottom space. Here are the negatives IMHO: 1) The front and back covers could be thicker/sturdier. They can easily be pushed in with the larger racks. I wouldn't recommend traveling where it could get bumper hard from the front or back. 2) I had to hack saw 3/8" from the internal lip of the rack opening in order to fit my last processor in. A huge bummer if you don't have a saw handy. Poor QC in my opinion. 3) I wish the rails were bolted to the rack sides like a wooden rack rather than riveted.