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Item No. ： FH-039
Suitable to carry many items during the exhibition or international show ,This is a heavy duty range of box for transportation,storage of your valuable products or items suitably spaced with foam partitions.
Easily customizable with your logo and accessories requirements specific to your needs.
From an order of as little as 100 pieces you can obtain an aluminium case in your desired size,colour and interior. We can design your perfect case together. Simply contact us directly and we will get back to you.
* Inside : 39*27*14 CM
* Outside: 40*28*15CM
* EVA shape foam in lid and bottom part
* We will be happy to manufacture individual foam inserts for the aluminium cases according to your requirements.
* Sliver ABS surface material
* One black comfortable handling
* two lokys
* 8 pcs plastic coners
Music serves many purposes and has many forms in life, but for those in the fight it’s a history book, a pirate map, and a rubber room to live and re-live life’s best moments. Robin Magder Pierce was around in the exclusive days of vinyl and cassette, during the time Hamilton was souping up their bluesy roots with rock and roll and punk music, staking a claim to the sounds of the day with some truly memorable acts that still resonate today. Teenage Head kicked the door in and when The Shakers ran in after them, a guitar slinger named Gibbons was part of that faction that eventually spawned a few great offspring such as The Trouble Boys and Atomic Tim and the Sinz. These bands in turn drew in the players and the producers that made more than just music. Robin was a young, pretty little thing with talent and desire. The raw ability drawn out over the years, singing and writing with increasing confidence.
Over time, life has a funny way of working out the kinks, holding onto the pawn tickets that are long overdue. Such was the case with Robin, for after what can only be described as an extended down period, she found herself with the ambition and desire to write and perform her own brand of power pop punk again. Lucky for her that old rock stars never die – they just move slower – and she was able to grab some very key players to open this latest, greatest doors in her musical life.
Stopping by on a February night, Rocket Robin and the Invaders (Claude DesRoches – drums, Mike Williams – bass, David Evans – guitar) talk about the good old days and bring a few tapes (yes…TAPES) of the roots that support this new growth.
So sit back and relax, let the barber do his thing as we roll with Rocket and the Invaders on Barber Shop Podcast.
I added a tool to the vlog gear. It’s a DJI Spark! I don’t plan on doing a review but I’ll do a gear episode. So for now here is my addition to the DJI Spark market. Also, notice that voice audio is recorded when you use the smart device! Enjoy less than 30 seconds of me trying to be artistic in video! (720p All edited on my phone)
PS- I love it!