For those mobile djs... How do you transport lights to gigs
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    Default For those mobile djs... How do you transport lights to gigs

    So i have quite a few lights, and im just wondering how everyone transports them to, and carries them into gigs. at the moment, i just store them in the cardboard boxes that they came in, but i'm sure that there are other, better solutions to help protect them while in transit.

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    I used to just use the boxes which wasn't great but you can make custom flight cases on casters, or you can buy cases.

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    big one of those and some foam from a surplus store cut to size

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    I use Arriba Cases for most of my lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sol*los View Post
    Arriba Cases
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmxerguy13 View Post
    big one of those and some foam from a surplus store cut to size
    Exactly. X2

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    just the boxes they came with until i find a suitable flightcase.
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