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    Looking for so some suggestions on a good Gig Bag that would fit my VCI100se arcade, laptop, audio interface cords cables and maybe another small midi controller. Specifically looking for something that would protect my vci to the max. something that locks would be cool too.
    Thanks for any suggestions dudebros

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    forgot to mention, Ive been looking at the M audio Xponent gig bag. Anybody own this?

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    I personally use a Mono Kondensor bag that fits my arcade VCI-100 (with a decksaver on it), a midi fighter, my laptop, an audio 8, tma-1's and cables. If I don't use the decksaver I can fit a collapsed crane stand in there too. The bag has worked well for me so far.

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    I own the M-Audio Xponent Gig Bag. I'd say it's useful but a bit too big for the vci-100. Bought a mono efx kondenser and it's just perfect for the vci-100.

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    Im using the Magma Digi Controll Bag.
    It fits the VCI-100 perfectly. Has a extra slot for a up to 17" Notebook/Macbook. Seperate slots for Interface, Headphone, cables. etc...

    http://www.magma-bags.de/produkte/di...bag-300-e.php3

    Really solid.

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    I was thinking about getting the DJTT S4 bag and using it for my VCI etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by -AyeAreTee View Post
    I was thinking about getting the DJTT S4 bag and using it for my VCI etc
    I'm sure it would do the job, but the VCI is significantly smaller than the S4 so there would be quite a bit of space for it to move around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullenglishpint View Post
    I'm sure it would do the job, but the VCI is significantly smaller than the S4 so there would be quite a bit of space for it to move around.
    true but i guess that leaves more room for other stuff
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    yeh. If you use a decksaver when it's in there it'll be pretty impervious to damage, and you could always put a load of your cables in there to fill the gap.
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