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Re: Raxxess Converta Rack vs. ???

I checked out the case last night at the store and it
looks like a good solution for me.

I found out, after my visit, that Gator does offer a
caster add-on for this rack.  It's a strap-on affair
that the store sells for $69.  Here's one pic of it:



--- Ken Higgins <khl2004@topic.net> 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: 
> http://www.gatorcases.com/sections/prdct/hp-03.htm
> I have no relation to the company, I just bought one
> used on eBay and 
> have been happy with it.
> Ken
> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
> >On Sep 27, 2004, at 5:53, Paolo Valladolid wrote:
> >
> >>Lately, I've been looking at the Raxxess Converta
> >>Rack:
> >>http://www.raxxess.com/product.asp?ID=199
> >>
> >>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:
> >http://www.looproom.com/livelooping.php
> >
> >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.
> >
> >Regards
> >
> >per

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