Keyboard cases

Discussion in 'Keyboard Purchase Recommendations' started by Synbrad, May 15, 2018.

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    Synbrad

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    Hi everyone

    I own a Roland Juno stage and my case for it is now falling apart

    Can I ask for any suggestions on a good bag or case but it must be padded and have wheels?
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    Doug Lanier

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    Odyssey makes great cases... about 1/2 price of Anvil Cases with the same quality. I bought a FZKB61W for my new PA1000, and I love it!
     
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    Gator hard cases are good, I have 6 of them, would definitely recommend, however, if you want to go for a lighter option but still gives great protection to your prized board, take a look at Fusion Keyboard Bags.
    www.fusion-bags.com
    I am getting cases through these guys as they still offer great protection and not as heavy to lug around.
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    Gator also makes various lines of bags, from VERY protective and padded to not protective at all depending on which models you look at.

    Gary ;)
     
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