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Gator Cases GK-1610 Gig Bag for Micro Keyboards and Controllers, 16 x 10x 3-Inches

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Gator Cases GK-1610 Gig Bag for Micro Keyboards and Controllers, 16 x 10x 3-Inches

$ 29.99

Score By Feature

Based on 2,024 ratings
Quality of material
9.48
Value for money
9.28
Durability
9.48
Sturdiness
9.28
For traveling
9.33

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Product Description

A heavy-duty machine With its padded soft interior, this nylon carry bag is one of the best for multi-purpose use A Pioneer DJ controller is an example of such a device. They also have FX pedals, micro keyboards, and other DJ gear There is a third way
The handle has been reinforced for added comfort
With an adjustable and removable shoulder strap, it is comfortable and convenient
Cables, power supplies, and other accessories are easily accessible in the large exterior accessory pockets
The following interior dimensions apply The dimensions of this piece are 16" by 10" by 3".

Questions & Answers

Is it possible to carry a Pioneer pro dj ddj in this bag What kind of sx2 controller do you use?

Does it have 5.75 x 11.75, in inches How far is that? Then yes, is that right?

What is the compatibility of this bag with ?

A view of the GK's interior 22 is the measurement for 2110. The size is 5" x 11". The size is 5" x 4". There are 19 channels on the Denon MC4000. This product measures 9.5"W x 12"H. The dimensions are 3" x 2" It looks like it may not fit based on the depth of 7"H. I guess you could see if you have one of these bags, like maybe in a music store nearby, if you are lucky enough to have one, if the bag would stretch over the Due to the fact that you have 1" depth, it is 3" deep. This extra 'give' in height gives the height an additional 3 inches.

The bag is designed to fit the Line 6 FBV Shortboard MkII Foot Controller, correct?

My FBV Shortboard MkII is unrelated to the FBV Shortboard MkII, so I cannot speak for it. It fits perfectly on the POD HD500 (if that is helpful).

Selected User Reviews For Gator Cases GK-1610 Gig Bag for Micro Keyboards and Controllers, 16 x 10x 3-Inches

Dropmix makes a great mix! In any case, now you work for Gator as an advertiser
4/5

The bag I'm using to carry Dropmix is mine. A perfect edge-to-edge fit can be seen on the board itself I like to take the long way home. Card slots and slots for a bluetooth speaker or other accessories are located along the sides of the case. There are zips that feel hefty, lining inside, and the bag is thick and lined with fabric. There's only one thing I dislike about this shirt the logo across the front is so big. In the Amazon image, you can't see the actual logo as big as it is on the screen. Not being made into a shill for a company is not my style The smaller logo in a less conspicuous place would be more preferable to me. Amazon needs to update its pic at the very least to show the true size of the logo you have to carry.

Oakleigh Freeman
Oakleigh Freeman
| Jun 04, 2021
The Korg Minilogue XD is compatible with this cable! The Novation MiniNova is also available
5/5

The bag I bought twice and both of these synths I own as well. Contrary to what I see online, each seems to fit. As with the XD, the Minilogue comes in the same form factor. The folks in that photo hadn't taken their synths out of their boxes. What would this look like if I was a professional doing gigs full-time? It wouldn't be a soft case for me. In so far as you don't carelessly throw your equipment around, it is reasonably well padded for the occasional gig. It has a nice sized pocket on its front that can accommodate the power adapter and a few other items. Using the Minilogue XD, I can even put two medium duty 1/4 cables of 20 feet each in the case. As long as I carry the gooseneck mic in my front pocket, the MiniNova might pose a problem. It's my pleasure to assist!.

Elliana LORD
Elliana LORD
| Oct 13, 2020
There is a one-inch error in the measurements
3/5

Due to the fact that there was no other bag advertised as being large enough for a DJ controller, I purchased this to accommodate it. Approximately 21 inches by 11 inches is how long and wide the controller is. This would have been a perfect fit because it is 5 inches tall. Bags as I received them were about an inch smaller in all directions, so the controller did not fit in any way. It appears that the measurements listed are for the exterior rather than the interior of the luggage, and this makes sense since it is marked It's like 2110 (as in. This is a 21 by 10 inch oil painting. The bag appears to be able to do what was expected, except for that. The one I have is being returned.

Beatrice Wolfe
Beatrice Wolfe
| Dec 08, 2020
This bag is solid, but has some zipper problems
4/5

It was a large bag of this dimension, and I could not find any other options that included In addition to the solid materials used to construct the bag, it has decent padding. I think it is capable of carrying heavy items since it is built well for such tasks. That is a problem, so what exactly is it? It is hard to navigate the corners when using the large main zipper. It is big and does not navigate corners as easily as I'd like. Especially when it comes to the bottom corners, the bag was too hard to maneuver on the first try. I ended up returning Thankfully, the second bag works better, but it still has a cosmetic issue on one side, where the zipper was sewn too far from the edge, creating a fold in the fabric. Each bag has a regular-sized pocket zipper, which I did not experience any issues with. There is also a less important problem, in that the bag comes crumpled, which is more of a functional issue, because it makes it harder for you to use the bag To stretch the bag around the item you store inside, you have to pull on the edges and it makes the bag harder to zip up. The five-star rating would rise to a solid six if not for these issues One of the best items. Due to the fact that these issues seem to be consistent rather than exceptions, I have to take a star off.

Magnolia Shea
Magnolia Shea
| Feb 04, 2021
There's no room for a POD500x inside this squeeze, but it will fit
4/5

Based on the reviews on Amazon, this bag can hold the Line 6 POD HD500X. I agree with you, but it fits like a fat person in spandex walking around Walmart. It has to be wedged in and the zippers seem to be In other words, it is not as easy as putting a POD in a bag, zipping it up, and going. It requires sliding the POD in a particular direction then working around the edges in order to zip it up. As with those yoga pants at Walmart, there is no room for extras, just as with the external pocket. But the external pocket does have room for the necessary cables and a couple of spares. I like that it does what I need it to do, and it was never advertised as a POD product, otherwise I would have given it a two-star review. The only thing I want buyers to keep in mind is that they should be realistic in their The Line 6 POD bag, which has a specially designed interior, is worth the $20 or so extra if you want your POD to fit easily in it. I think all in all, it's an OK bag for the POD, but it would be nice if it measured an additional 1/2 inch.

Lexie Archer
Lexie Archer
| Aug 20, 2020
I like it a lot
5/5

Now, I own two of these synths, one MicroBrute and one MicroFreak (both I find these cases to be very useful for my purposes. These protect my power supplies and cables so that they stay tethered to the instruments they are connected to, as well as offering dust, liquid, and impact protection. My instruments are just a bit too roomy in the boxes, but I solved that problem easily by using the foam liners the synths arrived in. These liners had an extra piece on their right end where the adapters and cables were packaged into the OEM boxes, but it was easy to remove those pieces. I am now able to frame my synths inside the bags with those inserts. A bonus of the inserts is that they add a small amount of offset along the top of the synths, to assist in keeping the knobs and sliders from rubbing against the Those cases contain what appears to be a robust construction, so I doubt they will break down Considering how small they are I wouldn't have the need to check them as luggage - and I wouldn't have to anyway, since they wouldn't weigh much! If you're looking for a case in which to store either an Arturia MicroBrute or MicroFreak, this case should meet your needs perfectly.

Amelia Kelly
Amelia Kelly
| Mar 06, 2021
The popular Fractal Audio AX8 can be carried in this hard case
3/5

A gig bag marketed by Gator to fit Fractal Audio FX8 is available. As well as the AX8, I have the One pedal for controlling the footcontroller
There is also a side pocket that can hold a few guitar cables, the power cord, a capo, etc, etc. The price for what you get is not bad, but I may try to find a hard sided case for carrying This gig bag does not have a lot of padding, so while the equipment is protected from weather and dirt, I would not trust the contents to be dropped more than a couple of * So, if you have this gig bag in your hand or over your shoulder (with the included neck strap), then you probably won't have a problem. However, if you plan to stuff the gig bag and contents into an equipment truck, you might want to reconsider.

Alison Guerrero
Alison Guerrero
| Nov 22, 2020