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    Anyone using golf travel bags as a mike/speaker stand carrier? I have a cheap purpose built bag that I got mail order a couple of years ago an it's awkward to use and carry so am looking or an alternative.
    Cheers Steve

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    Nope, I use a stand bag, it works; mine is about 9" [which is what, a quartermeter? ] too long, but it works...
    What do you find awkward? The handles? Tie a knot in them...
    I kind of would like a shoulder strap for the rare times, like last month, where I had to set up on the beach in Malibu...no way to roll the cart across 75 feet [23m] of sand.
    Last edited by daddymack; 10-28-2017, 09:30 AM.
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    • #3
      I use an onstage bag for speaker stands. I also have a gator bag which isn't padded and it's longer.
      BD

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      • #4
        Originally posted by daddymack View Post
        which is what, a quartermeter?
        It's fine, I use feet and inches too 😎

        The main problem is that it's the end that opens and it's a bit awkward sliding the stands in, especially my guitar stand which I put in as well.
        Cheers Steve

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        • daddymack
          daddymack commented
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          ah, one of those..is it a drawstring top?
          Mine has a zipper that opens the side, but the ends are closed. They run about $25 US, but I have seen similar ones for around $15 on Amazon.

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        Not a drawstring, it's a zip but it's awkward finagling a boom mike stand, guitar stand and a single speaker stand through the opening. I will keep looking.
        Cheers Steve

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        • #6
          Originally posted by steve mac View Post
          Not a drawstring, it's a zip but it's awkward finagling a boom mike stand, guitar stand and a single speaker stand through the opening. I will keep looking.
          yes, you need one with a side opening if you are putting all that in there. Our band rig's Ultimate stands came in an open end/drawstring bag, and although easy to do, it only fits the two stands; I like having the extra entry space and ability to put other stuff into the bag.

          https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&...l_6ez65jdeis_b
          Last edited by daddymack; 10-29-2017, 10:18 AM.
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          Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally used up and worn out, shouting '...man, what a ride!'
          "The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively" ~Bob Marley

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          • #7
            I use Onstage bags for my stuff. They work great and look professional. Golf bags? Not so much. JMHO

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            • #8
              Coming from the world of video production, I was fortunate enough to find a tripod bag along the way. They are prefect for a couple of mic stands and a guitar stand. For speaker stands, I just bungee them together and throw them on a costco folding cart with the PA speakers. Picked up a Husky modular wheeled tool box and between that and the cart, I can move everything easily in a single trip. Dang handy for those long ingress/egress gigs. Thank heavens for disabled entrances....

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