Simple design, rugged construction, compact when folded up. Will carry all our band gear in one hit. If you need a trolley, this is the one to buy and it wont break the bank. Dont think we could do without this bit of kit now. We gig a lot near a pedestrianised area and getting the van to the doors of venues is impossible. I will give you an idea of what fits on this RockNRoller. A Blackstar 60 combo, a Marshall MB4210 bass combo, two EV stage 200 Cabs, A Gigrac pa amp an extention 2x12 cab, two guitars and a stand bag. If our drummer is in tow too, he will sometimes hang various drums off it too. It is very robust and at gigs it doubles as a guitar combo stand. Couldn't do without it now, absolute must!
Have now had a problem with the two front steering casters. They are the weak point of an otherwise brilliant design. They have bent whilst moving over a rough bit of pavement and all the bearings have fallen out rendering the trolley useless. I am waiting for new casters. Buy the all terrain model dont bother with the others unless the surfaces you are moving over are all smooth.
After years of watching DJ's haul their gear around on trollies I finally took the plunge and now I can't live without them. In general the "RocknRoller" come in so many different types that there will always be one to suit your means. They collapsed and assemble super quick so no need for any rocket science outside the venue in the rain. Although building it out of the box is a little tricky it's nothing that 15-20mins won't solve. These guys get all my drums and most of my hardware into most venues in one go. Safe your back and shoulders and roll your gear. Nightmare load ins are now a breeze. Also most of the parts are replaceable. My only regret is that I didn't by the "all terrain" version.
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