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Offline Joe W

Genos Gig Bag
« on: April 08, 2018, 05:09:55 AM »
Osvaldo was having trouble posting this with pics and asked me to see if I could post it for him.  Success!

7th April 2018
Hello everyone
I am pleased to inform you that the GENOS 76-keys Keyboard fits perfectly well in the Road Runner 76-keys Gig Bag Model RR2K760
and the price at USD 40.75 is unbeatable!!!! Also it is very light to carry.
I bought the ROAD RUNNER GIG BAG from GUITAR CENTRE in Bellingham, Washington, as my initial order with Amazon I received the wrong order for GKB-76 SLIM SIZE instead of the REGULAR SIZE and delivery wait time was too long for the REGULAR GKB-76 GIG BAG.
I was also able to put a foam on top to protect the keyboard as you can see from the attached photos.
Osvaldo De Souza
Surrey, B.C
« Last Edit: April 08, 2018, 05:12:36 AM by Joe W »
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Offline Mike W

Re: Genos Gig Bag
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2018, 10:00:49 AM »
Dear Joe and Osvaldo,

Many thanks for the pictures and post. I use a hard gator case for my Genos for extra protection when I cart a lot of gear around, which works very well. But I was looking for an inexpensive case for the times when I am traveling light, and your suggestion was excellent. I paid less than $40 for the case at the Delaware Guitar Center (with 25% off code- and you can get it shipped for free!). I picked mine up yesterday and it was a perfect fit.

By the way, it’s interesting since the only Roadrunner case they sell in 76 key is the “deep” 76 case- and like you said it is a perfect fit.

Thanks again for sharing this- it was a big help and you really can’t go wrong with such a great price and fit!

Best regards,

Offline Pino

Re: Genos Gig Bag
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2018, 11:41:34 AM »
Nice setup but I really wouldn’t carry a Genos in that bag without more protection,

The problem with the Gator cases are the weight, I have them

We all want a lightweight keyboard but if we add a Gator it gets heavy.

I have been using the cheaper cases for years without any problems

I get 2 pieces of 3mm plywood cut to size and round the corners a little
One for the bottom and one for the top.

Make a cut in the bag
Slide the plywood in under the foam sponge
Stick some good quality black tape over the cut u made in the bag.

Put the other plywood under the keyboard and sponge over it
Use good quality 2 sided sticky tape to attach to the case.

Now your keyboard has much better protection and still lightweight,


« Last Edit: April 10, 2018, 11:55:25 AM by Pino »
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