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Mono Cases: EFX Series: The FaderBlackBag
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SummaryFor The Record:
A compact and rugged design for the professional turntablist. The Fader integrates a padded laptop sleeve within a structured record bag, recognizing the convergence of digitial tools with traditional vinyls. The contoured front flap creates a rainproof enclosure while the fully adjustable messenger strap with memory foam pad makes 30 records feel like 15. Add a few thoughtful details like the external earplug stash and the waterproof iphone pocket with headphone port, and you've got a new tour companion. This may very well become your favorite bag.
Plug and Play:
The Fader recognizes that true turntablism is alive and well, while embracing the innovations of laptop-based DJ tools. Stack up to 30 records along side a 15" laptop in the main compartment. Throw your headphones, hard drives and interface components into the front compartment. Stash your cables and adapters in the lower pouch pocket. School's in session.
High-tech materials and triple reinforced stitching make for an extremely durable product. The Fader features a waterproof outer shell, steel riveted handle, messenger-style shoulder strap, industrial rubber "sole" and piping, and oversized ergonomic zippers. Wear it well.
•Zipper-less flap design survives a life of abuse
•Waterproof Sharkskin™ shell with industrial rubber sole and piping (PVC-free)
•Steel rivet reinforced handle and fully adjustable padded messenger strap
•Waterproof iPhone pocket with headphone port
•Laptop compartment with restraint strap (fits 12"-15")
•Large basin for an additional 30 records
•Padded front compartment fits headphones & more
•Double thick bottom padding
•Lower pocket for cables and adapters
Fits laptops up to 15", up to 30 vinyl records, Serato style interface components, hard drives, headphones and cables.
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