Re: cart for gear
- From: rolling_thunder55@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: 4 Jan 2006 06:40:06 -0800
I am a fan of the Rock'n'Roller as well. In addition to my activities
in the production world, I am also a drummer who gigs regularly. My
R'n'Rer mid-size has been my friend and constant companion since about
1994 or '95. I can load way more audio gear than I think I will need
on it...my entire drum kit fits in one load. It has flown coast to
coast, from Minnesota to Texas, California to New York, and though it
is starting to look battered, it has required only two welds in the way
of repairs (airline handlers have broken one of the steel pins that
hold the handle in place on two occasions...welding shop: twenty bucks,
Rock'n'Roller: priceless). Everyone in my band has one...we have the
fastest load-in in the business. Pull up the vehicles, one trip on the
carts and we're in.
There's a cam-op that I work with fairly often who used to give me a
ration of crap about taking my cart everywhere with me. One day as we
were schlepping gear through the airport in Atlanta, him with the
camera, the producer with her purse, me with EVERYTHING ELSE on my
Rock'n'Roller, he turned back and said "If I ever give you any crap
about your cart again, just tell me to shut the f### up." No problem,
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