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Gator Introduces The Pedal Tote Pro

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Thursday November 30, 2006
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Gator has released a new addition to its Pedal Tote Series. The Pedal Tote Pro is a larger version of the regular Gator Pedal Tote and is available with or without power.

The pedal board section of the case comes with a carry handle on the back which slides into a black 600-Denier nylon padded carrying case for easy transportation. The pedal board is 16" x 30" and the actual Pedal Tote Pro measures 17.5" x 31.5" x 6". The pedal board has two sets of four holes for mounting two G-BUS-8 Gator Power Supplies, the GPT-PRO PWR powered version comes with one G-BUS-8 Gator Power Supply.

The face of the pedal board is covered in Velcro for attaching the pedals, attachment Velcro is included. The case also features an adjustable padded shoulder strap and two external pockets for all your accessories.

www.gatorcases.com

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