Gator GM-1WEVA - Wireless System Lightweight Case

Lightweight Bag for Half-rack Wireless Mic Systems with Front/Rear Access, Zippered Antenna Access, and Component Storage Compartment
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Keep Your Wireless System Safe with This Lightweight Bag

The Gator GM-1WEVA wireless mic rack bag gives you a lightweight and low-profile solution for storing and protecting your half-rack wireless system. At Sweetwater, we know a wireless system works its best if it's not getting knocked around - and for that you need a serious case! This tough Gator bag keeps your system safe by using protective EVA rubber foam inside while giving you convenient zippered access in the front and back, and storage areas for cables, mics, and more. Gator's GM-1WEVA is your solution for getting your wireless system to the gig, safely.

Quality Gear from Gator

Gator offers a host of rugged cases and bags, so you can make sure every element of your rig is secure. If you need protection for a mixer or rackmount equipment, Gator offers multiple hard-shell cases, durable bags, and covers. Likewise, there's no better way to protect your acoustic or electric guitar, bass, or keyboard than by using one of Gator's gig bags or hard cases. Gator even offers an extensive line of pedalboard accessories, laptop cases, PA bags, microphone cases, and more. When it comes to your gear, trust Gator for the ultimate in protection.

Gator GM-1WEVA Wireless Mic System Mobile Bag Features:
  • Slim, rigid 5mm EVA rubber foam design
  • Holds most common sized half-rack wireless units
  • Front and rear access unzips for easy setup in the field
  • Zipper access to allow antenna to be in place and functional while in the bag
  • Storage for receiver, handheld microphone, power supply, belt pack transmitter, and lapel microphones
Gator Frameworks - quality protection for your instruments and gear!

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Tech Specs

Capacity 1
Case Type Soft
Ext Construction/Materials 600-Denier Nylon
Handle/Straps 1 x Handle
Additional Internal Storage Storage for Receiver and Accessories
Weight 4.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number GM-1WEVAA

Customer Reviews

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Lightweight Lifesaver With A Unique

The one "stand alone" unit of my nine Line 6 XD-V receivers permanently occupies its highly protective "wash and wear" (or, more accurately, "sponge down and wear") GM-1WEVA.It's become part of a "grab and go" kit, as this bag accommodates the receiver's "companion" THH12 handheld, along with a mic clip, "foamy" urethane windgag, "Koala" ("furry") windsock, USB adapter cable and a short XL connecting cable.The XD-V's are the deepest half-rack receivers I've encountered, so mine uses the bag's full length, with its antennae deploying perfectly from behind the sturdy zipper that secures the rear one of Gator's two unique end caps.I'd be surprised if there was a half-rack system that could NOT be easily deployed while housed in this rugged little beauty, given that most shorter receivers (such as Audio-Technica, Sennheiser and Shure) either have front panel antennae, (that would extend forward of the front end cap's zipper, ...the opposite of my Line 6) ...or rear-mounted antennae for which Gator have provided a pair of zippered access slots at TWO different depths from the front.This means there's a total of FOUR "fold out" spots for chassis-mounted whip antennae.The Party Trick ?When folded back (as far as they'll go) under the receiver, the end caps form a surprisingly stable "stand" riser that's perfect for operational elevation above a table or rack.I have no hesitation in unequivocally recommending this ergonomic and roadworthy mini-masterpiece.
Music background: Over 40 years as a Sound Supervisor/Audio Director, mostly live and on location.

Nice case, but a bit pricey

This is the perfect solution for transporting your wireless system as well as quick setup in the field. Works great with our Sennheiser handheld system and AKG lavalier system. The receiver opening is a bit oversize, but extra foam pads are included to shim the sides for a nice fit. For what it is, I expected the price your in the $40's. Quality is very good, and I expect it will last.

Definitely Expected More...

Maybe I'm a victim of my own expectations but I was disappointed in the quality of this case. My only previous experience with Gator products was that of a friend who owns a Gator guitar case and is quite happy with it, so I assumed that Gator was the brand to buy for superior gear. One of the things that surprised me was the fact that, even though the case is (supposedly) built specifically for wireless systems, I still had to find places within it to fit all the components of my Sennheiser system.I also thought that the product itself would be more durable, especially for the price. I probably could have gotten the same effect by wrapping my gear in bubble wrap and sticking it in a gym bag. In my opinion, this product would be OK for $20-25, but definitely not for $.

Removeable Covers would be nice

I like the quality of the case and the pocket you get for a mic but I cannot get past how much of a pain the front and rear covers are. When you unzip them the covers are supposed to fold under but they want to flip up in the closed postiion, making it difficult do adjust whatever you have inside. If they where removable it would be 20x's better.
Music background: FOH Engineer.
See also: Mic Cases, Gator, Gator Microphone Cases