Gator GPA-600 Speaker Transporter Rolling BagProduct #541743 Gator 541743 LFVB Speaker Gig Bags https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Rolling bag for molded PA loudspeakers.
The Gator GPA-600 Speaker Transporter is a rolling bag that fits molded speaker cabs including the EON 10, Mackie SRM-350, and comparable-sized speakers. 2 accessory pockets as well as a large side pocket designed to hold a 100' speaker cable. Gator constructed the Transporter Bag with 10mm side foam and 600-denier ballistic material. The reinforced bottom has structured foam to cradle your speakers. The Gator Rolling Bag's handles are riveted, and includes a pull-out handle and 6 in-line-style wheels that allow you to transport your speaker cabinets without breaking your back, or even a sweat. Additionally, the bag's skid bars protect the tow-handle mechanism.
Fits the following speakers:
ADAM Audio SUB10 MKII
American Audio PXI-10P
American Audio PXI-12P
Cerwin Vega HT2510
Cerwin Vega LW10
Electro-Voice FORCE I 12"
E lectro-Voice SX100
FBT MAXX 2
JBL EON10 G2
Peavey PR 10 NEO
RCF ART 310A
Wharfedale TITAN 12
Yamaha STAGEPAS 250M
Yamaha STAGEPAS 500
- Designed to fit most popular molded speaker cabinets
- Bottom of bag has structured foam to cradle the speaker
- Rugged pull-out handle and 6 wheel assembly
- 600-Denier nylon construction
- 10mm side foam
- 2 Accessory pockets and 1 large side pocket
- Designed to fit 100 foot speaker cable
GPA-600 Speaker Transporter Rolling Bag Specifications:
- Interior Dimensions: 24" x 17" x 15-1/2"
- Exterior Dimensions: 33-1/2" x 25-1/2" x 17"
- Weight: 14 lb.
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Comments about Gator GPA-600 Speaker Transporter Rolling Bag:
This bag works, the one thing that I would complain about is the smaller straps located at each end of the bag. The durability of them is terrible. There needs to be some re-design in the thread or way they are made. They are obviously going to be used in travel to lift and move the bags around, considering that the bag holds up to 15" speakers, we aren't talking light weight. These straps have no durability. Every single one is broke on my two bags and they broke within a month. the good news is the larger straps that are located on the center body of the bag have hung in there for us. Otherwise I would have given the bag a big fat zero. Other than the smaller straps, they have hung in there and we like them.