I guess this goes here. I want to have my head and board in one unit to move, but I want to be able to pull my board out and put it on the floor in front of me. Are there any shelves that come out easily, as in without a screw driver? Also my head is a Fender Rumble 350 that is of an odd size so I'm going to screw it to a shelf to mount. Any ideas on how many spaces those two combined will take? I'm thinking 4, maybe 6.
I'm not sure about completely removable shelves as you describe, but sliding rack drawers may be an option. Raxxess makes 19" sliding rack drawers from 2 to 4 rack spaces high, some of which are locking with a pre-installed key lock.
I'm currently building a custom rack which will house my gkmb800 and a 4 pedal board on top of it. There will be a 'door' velcro'd on the top and the pedal board will be velcro'd on top of the amp. I wont be taking the pedal board out very often, but it will be nice to have the option. My main purpose of this build is to minimize weight (I'm using 1/4 inch ply) and to maximize convenience as everything will be self contained. I'm also building it to the correct dimensions to go atop my 12/6.
Going the DIY route is a great option to get what you want that is hard/impossible to find in stores.