Gator G-901 - Amp Head Case; Wooden Frame

Case for Most Marshall Heads
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Gator G-901 - Amp Head Case; Wooden Frame
Available Tomorrow (April 25)

Move Your Marshall In Style!

Designed to fit most of the Marshall heads manufactured over the last 20 years. Made from Gator's semi-hard technology, the case is covered in 600 denien ballistic material with a 1/2" wooden interior frame covered in 200mm military spec foam. Heavy duty wheels and pull-out handle make moving your heavy guitar heads easy. Large external pocket is perfect for pedals and cables.

Features:
  • Interior dimensions: (L x W x D) 30" x 10 1/2" x 12-1/2"
  • Fits most Marshall heads
  • Heavy duty wheels
  • Pull out handle

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Internal Length 30"
Internal Width 10.5"
Internal Height 12.5"
External Materials Nylon
Padding 20mm
Manufacturer Part Number G-901

Customer Reviews

4/5
Based on 7 reviews
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5/5

ONE YEAR UPDATE

OK,ONE YEAR LATER AND THE CASE IS STILL LIKE NEW,.EVEN DANNY THE GUITAR TEC FOR ME CAN'T BREAK THIS,(and he can break anything)STILL A GREAT CASEFOR WORKING GUITAREST.
Music background: Pro Musician
5/5

HEAD CASE by GATOR G-901

IN SHORT,THIS IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED.AND IT FITS MESA BOOGIE DUAL RECTIER ALSO.PLENTY OF ROOM FOR FOOTSWITCH,CORDS,ACCESSORIES.THIS CASE ZIPPERS CLOSE AS OPPOSE TO THE VELCRO ONES THAT MARSHALL HAVE.IT IS A LOOSE FIT FOR A MARSHALL JCM 800,YOU MIGHT WANT TO ADD SOME FOAM TO SNUG IT UP,STILL I FOUND IT TO BE ALL GOOD. IT HAS WHEELS AND A FOLD AWAY HANDLE FOR EASY TRAVEL.
Music background: PRO MUSICIAN
4.5/5

Gator case

This is my fourth one love it!!!!!
4.5/5

Awesome

Made very well; strong and sturdy. But the best part is that it's on wheels.
4/5

Good Case here are some details

Thought I would offer some details on my experiences with this case. I got it a few weeks ago but it is pretty easy to figure out how this thing will handleover time. First off this thing is HUGE!! When I stand next to this case it comes to hip level. It is about a foot and a half wide. It is covered in a really heavy canvas like material. Not gig bag stuff. It is much heavier. The frame is wood maybe 3/8” The frame is covered in carpet like a speaker cab. The frame is wrapped with padding. It is not real thick maybe ¼”. My amp (a Marshal JVM 210) fits in with a lot of room to spare. I use foam to go around it to make it not move around in transit. The 2 side storage compartments fit a ton of stuff. In just 1 I can get: my 4 button channel switch, wah, Talkbox w/ hose, 2 more pedals & cables. The frame is VERY sturdy. It is sturdy to the point that for gigs & practice I place it next to my amp & put my 4 space rack (Eleven Rack & a Furman) on top of it. The zippers on this thing are very heavy duty. I doubt they will accidently open or break from use. There are 2 nice BIG storage pockets on the outside of the case. These are great for cables set lists, lyric book or all that stuff I forgot to pack and need a convenient place quick before I load my SUV. I would have liked to have the front panel of the case have some padding. It really has little or none. The outside has a tow handle. It is for towing ONLY. Unless you are stupid you will not lift or carry it by this handle. Even though it is for towing only I would have liked it to feel a little sturdier. It’s is not bad but it’s plastic. There are also rails on one side so you can push it up or down stairs. The wheels are ok hard plastic barrel shaped about 3” each. I would have liked some bigger wheels that could absorb rumble when towing it. However, I rather tow this thing into a club than wait on someone to grab an end of a large flight case. The down side is because this thing is so big and heavy when packed getting it up stairs by yourself is a pain in the butt. Bottom line this thing very sturdy but it is not a flight case. It does not pretend to be and does not cost $300.00 or more. I think it is overpriced by about $50.00. However, If you want something to protect your head/investment from trunk rash, make it easier to carry into a gig with your accessories, stay a little safer from the occasional jostling around going to and from gigs and even keep stuff on top of this thing this case will do it. Would I spend $169.00 for this thing again? Yea I would buy it again.
Music background: gigging in the bars a couple of times a month

Sweetwater Advice

Carson McClain

This is one of the best investments for a guitar player who moves his amp head often. If you are gigging, or practicing across town, protect your investment from trunk rash.
See also: Gator, Gator Guitar Amp Cases