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Dragon Guitar Pedalboard & Rolling ATA Case Stephen Carpenter Deftones #31544

Availability: In stock

$299.00

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INVENTORY #31544

BRAND: Dragon Case

FUNCTION:
Pedalboard

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This listing is for a Dragon Case guitar Pedalboard and Rolling ATA Flight Tour case owned by Stephen Carpenter of The Deftones. We picked this up directly from the bands gear locker here in Los Angeles! 

SPECS:

  • Pedalboard: 30" x 1" x 14"
  • Case interior: 31" x 3" x 14"

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: This item comes as seen in photos, and does not include any accessories.

PHYSICAL CONDITION: Excellent - The pedalboard is in great shape, and has complete integrity. It has some tape residue on the edges, and there is a less than 1 cm hole drilled near one of the corners. Overall, this item is in excellent shape!

Very Good - The case handles, latches, and wheels are all working perfectly well! The interior foam has taken a few hits and is lightly torn in the center, but is still cushions gear perfectly well. There are some moderate scratches and dings on the metal parts of the case, and some stickers and tape from the previous owner, but overall, this case is in excellent shape!

WORKING CONDITION: Excellent - Both the board and case are ready for the road right out of the box!

UNPACKAGED WEIGHT: 37.9 lbs.

UNPACKAGED DIMENSIONS: 36" x 10" x 18"

SHIPPING: We will wrap this case in a protective layer of stretch film to reduce any wear on the case, otherwise we will ship it just as seen in photos.

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