Council Bluffs, IA (January 10, 2012) – Grundorf Corporation, a leading manufacturer of equipment for musicians and audio professionals, is pleased to introduce the new Grundorf ABS Series professional

Council Bluffs, IA (January 10, 2012) – Grundorf Corporation, a leading manufacturer of equipment for musicians and audio professionals, is pleased to introduce the new Grundorf ABS Series professional amp racks. Designed to house everything from amps, processors, patchbays, and more, these versatile, lightweight, rugged transport cases provide robust protection for one’s valuable electronics and are ideal for musicians and DJ’s and also make an outstanding choice for house of worship, corporate AV centers, and educational applications.

Available in 2-, 4-, 6-, 8-, 10-, and 12-space configurations, the new Grundorf ABS Series professional amp racks are manufactured from ultra-high molecular weight ABS material and utilize a 3 mm thickness high density ABS shell with a heavy duty aluminum extrusion to ensure robust protection for years of use. All models feature a contemporary, professional black textured finish that is easy to clean and maintain. Of particular importance, these cases have gasket-fitted front and rear lids—each with a 2.25-inch inside depth— to protect one’s equipment from moisture and dirt.

The Grundorf ABS Series professional amp racks are designed with molded-in structural bracing for added strength. In addition to ensuring the case retains its structural rigidity, this design characteristic also enables them to be stacked to conserve valuable space. For this reason, the ABS Series amp racks feature a molded-in, stackable ‘lock-in-place’ design to ensure the equipment stays securely in place.

To ensure the equipment rackmounted into the Grundorf ABS Series amp racks retains a tight, secure fit; these cases employ a pre-tensioned rack rail that eliminates the occurrence of loose racking screws. Equally notable, the rack rail is field-replaceable—should the need to replace it ever become necessary. With a 16.75-inch rackable depth space between the front and rear rack rail, these cases enable one to rackmount most any equipment currently available with ease.

Frank Grund, President of Grundorf Corporation, reflected on his company’s new cases. “With their high impact, lightweight design, our new ABS Series amp racks make an outstanding choice for a myriad of applications,” says Grund. “Their light weight makes them a great choice for gigging musicians while the ABS shell cleans up nicely—thus making them an attractive solution for hotels, conference centers, houses of worship and similar venues where equipment needs to move from one space to another. And with our optional dolly plates, the process of moving these amp racks becomes that much easier. I’m confident musicians, DJ’s, corporate A/V managers, and others will find these cases provide robust protection for their valuable electronics at a price that represents tremendous value.”

Grundorf Corporation’s new ABS Series professional amp racks are in stock and carry the following MSRP:

ABS-R0216B (2-space) $209.95
ABS-R0416B (4-space)$239.95
ABS-R0616B (6-space) $259.95
ABS-R0816B (8-space) $309.95
ABS-R1016B (10-space) $339.95
ABS-R1216B (12-space) $379.95

For more information:
www.grundorf.com

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Beginner

• Understand how to map out the neck in seven positions.
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