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Gator Cases GDJ 2500

Hard DJ case from Gator Cases .

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" A good flight case"

Gator Cases GDJ 2500Published on 09/12/12 at 06:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I received yesterday (Tuesday ordered from Thomann last Thursday)

I was looking for individual flights box to carry my two Stanton STR8-150, and after research, this one (79 €) seemed like a good Q / P.

The manufacturing quality is really correct, polyethylene inspires confidence, it is sturdy enough to stack two flight case "full" as it (why two, well because in general there are two decks lol).
Practice: the cover "dégonde", so you can leave the plate to mix in!

The interior is not foam but molded plastic coated fabric. The molding is "hollow" (it's not what a block), which can absorb shocks. The set is finished.
In the longitudinal direction, a nickel returned STR8-150,......
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I received yesterday (Tuesday ordered from Thomann last Thursday)

I was looking for individual flights box to carry my two Stanton STR8-150, and after research, this one (79 €) seemed like a good Q / P.

The manufacturing quality is really correct, polyethylene inspires confidence, it is sturdy enough to stack two flight case "full" as it (why two, well because in general there are two decks lol).
Practice: the cover "dégonde", so you can leave the plate to mix in!

The interior is not foam but molded plastic coated fabric. The molding is "hollow" (it's not what a block), which can absorb shocks. The set is finished.
In the longitudinal direction, a nickel returned STR8-150, and there are two width cm margin.

Small flat which costs two points in my final note: the foam cover too thick, I had to butcher it closes gently on the tray (I put a photo, not for the sensitive lol).

Finally, once the foam cut to cover it goes, this is a very good flight case for cheap, still thinking to grease the butterfly closures, it costs nothing and it avoids the user.

(For questions: very good Q / P, I remake this choice if the opportunity is given to me)
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  • Manufacturer: Gator Cases
  • Model: GDJ 2500
  • Category: Hard DJ cases
  • Added in our database on: 09/12/2012

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