Gator GK Lightweight Keyboard Case on Wheels  Slim 88 Key

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Safely take your keyboard on the road.

Gator's Lightweight Keyboard Cases are an excellent choice for musicians needing to protect their keyboards in an easily transportable package. Gator uses a proprietary retention system including adjustable padded straps to secure the keyboard into the foam-lined rigid internal frame. Your pedals, cables and other accessories are in good hands with large pockets on the exterior. Once you're ready to go, the pull-out-handle and built in wheels make it easy to get out the door.

  • Fits 49-note keyboards
  • Polyethylene reinforced interior frame
  • 600-Denier ballistic material construction
  • Interior is lined with Tricot & soft foam
  • Fully adjustable padded straps to secure keyboard in place during transport
  • Large accessory pockets on outside for pedals and cables
  • Built-in wheels with tow handle & skid bars

GK Lightweight Keyboard Case on Wheels Specifications:

  • Interior Length: 38"
  • Interior Width: 15"
  • Interior Height: 5.5"
  • Exterior: 40" x 15.5" x 6"
  • Weight: 18.79 lbs.
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Gets the job done, but one shortcoming


from Seattle

Comments about Gator GK Lightweight Keyboard Case on Wheels:

I just bought the 88 and 61 key versions of the Gator lightweight semi-hard keyboard case. My first impression was that it created a sufficient outer exterior made of hard plastic and a plush interior with adjustable straps to secure the keyboard. The only thing that dumbfounds me about the case is that the top of the unit (when lying flat on its back) does not contain the hard plastic as all of the other sides. Therefore, there is virtually no protection other than the nylon and a couple of interior keyboard straps for the top of the keyboard. This shortcoming clearly makes my review of the Gator GK lightweight case a little disappointing. The only solution is to buy some extra padding (using egg carton foam or other foam) to make up for the lack of protection for the top of the unit. Other than that, the handle and wheels and all around craftsmanship are top notch and durable.

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