Gator GPA-450-515Item ID: GPA450-515
Heavy-duty Nylon Speaker Bag for JBL EON515 and SRM450 Powered Speakers
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Protect your speakers!The Gator GPA450-515 speaker bag is a durable and effective way to protect and transport your small speaker cabinets. The fit-all GPA450-515 is designed to fit the SRM450, SRM350, EON 515, and most other molded 12"-15" speaker cabinets. Keep your compact cabinets safe, while taking advantage of the convenience these speaker bags have to offer! This small Gator bag features handles for easy lifting, as well as a large accessory pocket to easily store speaker cables. Carry your speakers in style with Gator's GPA450-515!
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The Gator GPA450-515 speaker bag is a durable and effective way to protect and move your compact speakers!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
by Jim from Long Island NYI purchased these covers for the Mackie 450v2 and have been using at gigs for a couple of weeks. The covers are well made, padded with meduim heavy duty zippers. Minor issue is the zipper runs vertic... read more [+]al and if you carry the speaker from the top handle,you need to leave it open to grab. Otherwise, nice cover. close [-]
February 16, 2012
Music Background: former pro touring guitarist, now wkend warrior w my son
Mary Ann, Point Pleasant Boro, NJ