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Mastermind GT Road Case

Discussion in 'GT General Discussion' started by Rain, Jun 3, 2013.

  1. Rain

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    Hello everyone, just curious as to what everyone is using for a Road Case for their MMGT. I'm about to order mine and need to get a case for it.
     
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    Rain.... I just sent you a pic of mine... it is a Great case! (in the pic is the website)
     
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    We're using an SKB case with custom foam insert for our demo GT. I will post pics when I'm back in the office.
     
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    :D Thank you !!!
     
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    I am planning on getting a pedal train Pro with ATA case. That should solve two issues, case for MMGT and mounting MMGT with somevexpression pedals. Anyone here use similar?
     
  6. Rain

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    Hey Ron can you post that Picture of the SKB Case you use for the MMGT Demo ?
     
  7. studiomanrichard

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    Ron I'm also interested in what that SKB case looks like.
    I'm ready to buy one immediately if not sooner
     
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    Ok, pics attached
     

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    :p Thank You !!
     
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    I'm getting a Pedaltrain Grande that comes with a ATA Hardcase with wheels. 42" Wide. Double the width of the GT.
     
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    Mr Ron,

    Could you please give me the number off your SKB road case? The SKB case I've been looking at are huge compaired to the one you have
     
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    This is the one we're using:

    http://www.skbcases.com/music/products/ ... 5&o=&s=81#

    Ours is the same outer shell with custom foam, but this one allows you to remove cubes of the foam to fit. I figure that you should be able to configure it to fit the GT. Will try it myself when I have a chance.
     
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    Wow, what else are you putting on it? I have my GT on a Pedal Train Pro with 3 mission pedals and a mission TT-Pro. The pro is I believe 32 inches wide and my stuff fits nicely.
    I couldn't even contemplate how big and heavy the grande in ATA case is. . . lol.
     
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    My travel is typically local, within 2 hundred miles, and I am my own roady so I opted for a softer keyboard case as they cause less wear and tear on the interior of my vehicles. Its a 61 key keyboard case by Gator, with wheels on one end. I looked at its size before I built my pedal board to make sure it would fit.
     

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    Has anyone used the SKB case Ron posts about on air flights? Just wondering how sturdy and protective the case is.
     
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    I use those SKB cases for international touring, for my MMGT10 pedalboard, AxeFX III rack, and Strandberg guitar. They hold up beautifully and MUCH LESS HEAVY than traditional "Anvil" style cases.
     
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    hey, thanks Sleestak, good to know.
     
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    Happy to help! I really like to keep my gear weight manageable for touring. Cartage rates are going up, so weight is a key factor in expense. I wouldn't want to trade security / protection for weight, and the SKB cases seem really good. Additional bonus, they don't scratch / damage other stuff! Those metal corners / edges on Anvil cases are brutal on vehicles.
     

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