I bought this a year or two ago , i needed something to take equipment to jam nights, gigs, busking etc. I have managed to fit 2 acoustics in hard cases , a cymbal bag containing 16 crash and a cymbal stand , mike stand and small vox amp on it . I have also managed to fit a strat and Marshall valvestate on it for going to local jam nights, have used it to transport double boxed guitars to post etc.
I have no car so it is really useful on foot and I have managed to load it in a taxi too.
It goes up and down kerbs relatively easy and there is a type of bar that you can put your foot on to assist, it seems strong , and it folds down small when at home.
My only slight grumble is I would prefer the handlebto pull out a bit more but it's use and ruggedness offset this gripe . I can see me using this with my Marshall valvestate 8240 as it is quite heavy , I have already used it with a valvestate 20 and electric guitar. I live in a very hilly place and it has made playing out and transporting things much easier. I have even used it to raise an amp off the ground and position it better.
A worthwhile buy at the price and it has a long base at the bottom meaning you can fit more stuff on than a regular barrow
I'm 6 feet tall and i find that, depending on the weight and dimensions of the load, i have to stoop a good bit more than i would like for a guy with the sort of back that prompted me to buy the thing in the first place. Someone who's hands are closer to the ground and/or doesn't have a bad back would find this less objectionable.
The carrying arm is quite deep(long?) so a good volume of equipment can be carried at once.
The wheels are solid so the cargo gets bounced around quite a bit and it likes only the most even of pavement. A nice smooth piece of tarmac and you're laughing.
The wheels are each secured by a pin that is the shape of a shepherd's crook and will gradually slip out of the hole on any terrain other than the aforementioned super-smooth tarmac. This has caused a wheel fall off and the 30KG power amp and its case to crash unceremoniously in a car park, a busy pavement, and a field. I lost one of the pins last time round.
Someone more technically-minded could likely bodge a replacement and have the trolley up and running again.
It folds away into a pleasingly small form, fits perfectly into the the passenger footwell of a toyota corolla and, with the exception of the connection between wheel and axle, is very sturdy.
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