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Gator GigBox Pedalboard

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by EricF, Dec 26, 2006.


  1. EricF

    EricF Habitual User

    Sep 26, 2005
    Pasadena, CA
  2. Markus Bender

    Markus Bender

    Dec 15, 2005
    Germany
    I'm also interested in the gigbox...
    Does anybody have infos?
     
  3. Markus Bender

    Markus Bender

    Dec 15, 2005
    Germany
    bump...

    more infos here
    I'm interested in the gigbox junior.
     
  4. Yvon

    Yvon Supporting Member

    Nov 2, 2000
    Montreal, Canada
    I am interested also. I was thinking to buy one in a very near future.
     
  5. vic_6

    vic_6

    Dec 19, 2004
    Manila, Philippines
    i know a few people who gig with it.

    personally, if you're not going to use the stands, you'd be better off with something else. it's huge. huge that' it seems like such a hassle to bring around.

    those people i know who use it like it though. i just think it's a little too bulky.
     
  6. sikamikanico

    sikamikanico

    Mar 17, 2004
    I dig the design, I may steal it for my homemade pedal board...
     
  7. EricF

    EricF Habitual User

    Sep 26, 2005
    Pasadena, CA
    I decided it's way more real estate than I need. I'm slowly putting together a new pedalboard built to fit a 19 x 13 ATA briefcase.
     
  8. fishtx

    fishtx Supporting Member

    Mar 30, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Endorsing Artist: Genzler Amplification/Spector Basses/Mojo Hand FX
    one of the guitar players in my band uses one...and he uses the lid guitar stand as well (which is a great idea)...It's cool but as mentioned above, it's big...

    It also has wheels on one end and a handle on the other...so you can wheel it around...
     
  9. EricF

    EricF Habitual User

    Sep 26, 2005
    Pasadena, CA
    Looking at the Gator and others, I had grand plans to build a pedalboard into the shallow side of an ATA briefcase. It was going to have a built-in pair of outlets for power and all the cabling would be concealed under the board. Man, it was going to be slick! However, I got to thinking that I'd then need an extra box for cables, tools, etc - one more thing to carry. I've decided to go with a removable pedalboard that will fit into the deep side of the case with spacers underneath it to leave room for the previously mentioned supplies. That way, the board comes out, and the case gets closed back up. A closed box is much less inviting for theiving little fingers than an open tray, but more importantly, it means one less thing to carry.
     

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