Next day dispatch on all orders. This 6U touring rack features front and rear heavy duty rack strip, suitable for mounting heavy equipment such as amplifiers and processors. The centre sleeve is 350mm deep with a space of 300mm rack to rack. Suitable for effect processors, radio mics and amplifiers.Standard 19 inch width x 6U height x 300mm Rack to Rack. Removable front and rear lids. Riveted 30mm and 35mm aluminium edge strips.
Recessed, sprung handles with rubber grips. Steel rack strip, front and back.
All our items are dispatched using a courier and can be tracked using a unique consignment number emailed to you at the time of dispatch. Please check item details for confirmation.If purchasing multiple items with different lead times, we will contact you to see if you wish to wait for all items to be dispatched together or would like separate deliveries. For UK deliveries, your item will be delivered using DPD Local (formerly Interlink) or Tuffnells for bulky items. It is the customer's responsibility to return goods in good condition with all packaging intact. A small delay in dispatch may occur due to one of the following reasons. The order has missed the dispatch time with our courier. A delay with the carrier (for example road closures, weather issues). If you have been provided with a calling card, information on what to do next will be provided by the carrier.
In the event that no card has been left, please contact your local depot for further information. NSP Cases specialise in protection solutions, we supply thousands of flight cases worldwide on a monthly basis with our for ever expanding custom workshop. We are proud say our cases are Made in Britain! The item "6u Shallow Rack Flight Case 300mm Deep Fast Shipping" is in sale since Tuesday, October 16, 2018.This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Pro Audio Equipment\Cases, Racks & Bags". The seller is "nspcases" and is located in GB, Maidstone, Kent.
This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.