Menu

Free shipping on most orders over $199!

Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small

Model: GTOUR-DSPUNICNTLC

Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small
Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small
Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small
  • Shipping Charges Apply
  • Usually Ships in 2-3 Days 
  • Not yet reviewed




About: Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small

G-TOUR Universal Fit Road Case for Small Sized DJ Controllers with Sliding Laptop Platform

  • Tour Style Case Designed for Small DJ Controllers
  • Patent Pending DJ Sliding Platform for laptop workspace
  • Fits American Audio Encore 2000
  • Fits Denon DN-MC6000 MK2
  • Fits Numark Mixtrack Quad
  • Fits Pioneer DDJ-SB
  • Ultra-Dur EVA Interior Padding
  • Includes Adjustable Foam Pads to Fit Various Controllers
  • Red Recessed Twist Latches & Spring Loaded Rubber-Gripped Handles
  • Heavy-duty Commercial Grade Hardware

Interior Dimensions

  • Interior Length: 521 mm
  • Interior Width: 330 mm
  • Interior Height: 79 mm

Exterior Dimensions

  • Exterior Length: 635 mm
  • Exterior Width: 454 mm
  • Exterior Height: 245 mm
  • Exterior Weight: 11.79 kilograms

UPC: 716408538082

AVShop.ca is a Canadian authorized Gator retailer.

Reviews: Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small

There are currently no product reviews.


Warranty: Gator G-Tour DSP DJ Controller Case - Small

AVShop.ca Warranty:

30 Days

Manufacturer's Warranty:

We are proud of Gator products and want you to be proud to use them. If there is any defect, we will be happy to replace or repair it for you.

Warranty covers Gator products only. We cannot be held responsible for any gear damaged while in Gator cases. Gator does not provide specs for maximum weight allowable per case. Common sense applies! Warranty does not cover cases damaged by weight of contents!

The warranty is good for the first owner and will cover any damages or problems that occur through the normal use of the product. Unfortunately, this does not cover thing like using your case as a speed bump, tossing it from high buildings, or leaving it outside during a hurricane.