A Roadie’s Wet Dream

Ask any band and they’ll tell you that getting their first touring trailer was a memorable experience. Having the right one is important… after all, you don’t want to be throwing $50,000 worth of instruments and equipment in the back of a horse trailer! This design, crafted especially for music tours, features a logical arrangement of compartments for various instrument types, making unloading and loading a much easier, quicker and methodical process.

With ample padding, a reinforced cage, extra space for personal items, and plenty of exterior room for logos and graphics, it’s a roadie’s wet dream!

Designer: Bruno Filipe Varela Matos

7 Comments

  • Lucas says:

    Sadly anyone that packs trucks for touring will realise that the layout is inflexible and has inappropriate weight distribution. – Yeah lets put all the heavy amps at the back!

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  • James says:

    speaking as a former roadie, MY wet dream in terms of gear packing would be integral wheels on the amps and other heavy road cases that _doesn’t_ catch on every *&^% seam, patch cord and cigarette butt! I’ve lost count of the number of caster wheels I’ve snapped off hitting the expansion joints in side walks, how many gouges I’ve scraped into back stage when the wheel caught a stray screw or bolt…

  • Steve says:

    The heavy amps are over the wheels, probably a good place for them to keep the weight evenly distributed.

  • Bruno Matos says:

    You’re right Steve. The wheels are the strongest point and the safest place to put that kind of equipment.

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