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Re: Raxxess Converta Rack vs. ???
Be careful. This looping thing tends to be a solo endeavor in a lot of
cases. If you are planning on going it alone, and you fill one of those
Gator mixer racks all the way up with EDPs and effects, you may not be
able to lift it alone. I wasn't. It was summarily axed.
Ken Higgins wrote:
> I'll add my vote to the Gator product recommendation. It's very
> SKB-like, and I mean that in a good way. I don't really gig though,
> so I can't say too much about the wheels issue. It does work quite
> well on a medium size cart with a pair of bungee cords, though.
> You can check out their page on these types of racks at:
> I have no relation to the company, I just bought one used on eBay and
> have been happy with it.
>> On Sep 27, 2004, at 5:53, Paolo Valladolid wrote:
>>> Lately, I've been looking at the Raxxess Converta
>>> Anybody use one of these or can recommend a competing
>>> product (remember, I like the folding top for my XL7)?
>> Hi Paulo,
>> I've been using a similar thing from Gator, pictured here:
>> The Gator rack case could take a lot inside its belly. Good for
>> getting off stage quickly at festivals when you have to make place
>> for the next act in two minutes (just jamming everything into the box
>> and locking it, to clean up the mess later). The down side is
>> transporting by hand. The Gator is a little too deep to balance
>> safely on a little cart. So you might have to put wheels on it and be
>> two persons to lift it into a car.