Storing/moving your DJ gear
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    Default Storing/moving your DJ gear

    What do you use for storing and/or moving your DJ gear?

    I mean, do you use flight case, a bag, homemade case, backpack, etc..

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    (a little smaller)



    plus speakers/stands = 2 trips
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    Roadcases for me.
    But am considering a bag like the UDG Creator for smaller gigs and bars where I dont need a whole lot of stuff

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    I have a roadcase for the mixer & CDJ's, a backpack for laptop, soundcard, headphones, cables, backup CD's and kitchen sink.

    I should get / create some safe travel device for my monitors.

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    i moved my Technics around in flight cases: UK-Germany-UK-USA

    I have the DJTT S4 bag right now and no decks to "worry" about (trying to remedy that)
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    for our bigger gear, turntables, mixers, we use flight cases. our cables get put in wheeled, heavy duty plastic containers. my kontrol s4 still rides around in the box until i can get a bag for it.

    we have the luxury of storing out equipment in a warehouse when not in use and move it around in a large van. to move gear to and from the van, we use a industrial dolly.

    every few weeks, we will take time out to clean all the gear and service it. especially the turntables and mixer, since they get used heavily.

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    Road cases for the tables, and then this bag for my computer/midi gear

    For the rest I have an old road case for 45s that has three sections. Keep 45s in one section, interface and cables in the others.
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    2 flight cases, a backpack, a laptop bag, and a duffle/gym bag
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