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Gator GKB-76 Keyboard Gig Bag - for 76-Key Keyboards

Gator GKB-76 Keyboard Gig Bag - for 76-Key Keyboards
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Gator GKB-76 Overview

The Gator GKB-76 Keyboard Gig Bag is a 20mm padded 600 denier ballistic nylon keyboard case that fits standard profile 76-key keyboards, stage pianos and synthesizers. The case features Black chrome hardware, large zippers, padded secure straps and reinforced comfort carry handles for easy transport.

600-Denier ballistic gig bag with 20mm padded interior
Fully adjustable padded straps to secure keyboard in place during transport


  • Large accessory pocket on outside for pedals and cables
Heavy duty comfort handles

Compatible with;

  • Alesis QS7, QS7.1, QS8, QS8.1, QS8,2, QuadraSynth Plus keyboards
  • Casio WK3000, WK3500 keyboards
  • E-MU E-Max 1, E-Max 2 keyboards
  • Ensoniq SPD-1, SQ-2, TS-12, MR-76, ZR-76, KT-76, KS-32 keyboards
  • Farfisa F-1 keyboard
  • General Music Equinox 76, Equinox 76HD, S3, SX3, SK-760, Powerstation keyboards
  • Hammond XK2 keyboard
  • Korg i2, 14S, is40, is50, Karma, n264, SP-500, Triton EX61, Triton ST76, Trinity Pro, Triton Pro, x2 keyboards
  • Kurzweil PC-2, K2500, K2500S, K2600, PC1X, SP-76, DPMC8P, DPMC8PX keyboard
  • Peavey DPMsi keyboard
  • Roland A-33, A-37, A-70, E-500, E-600, EP70, EP711, EP90, EP760C, Fantom, Fantom X7, FP3, G-800, G-1000, JV-90, VA-76, VK-7, XP-80 keyboards
  • StudioLogic TMK-88 keyboard
  • Suzuki SP-8 keyboard
  • Technics SY-99, W5, YPR-50PSR-GX-76 keyboards
  • Wersi P1000 keyboard
  • Yamaha 9000Pro, DGX-202, DGX-300, EX5, EX5R, Motif 7, Motif ES 7 keyboards
UPC: 716408503677

Gator GKB-76 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle
Number of Keys76 Keys
Type of ClosureZipper
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
Interior: Foam
Padded InteriorYes, 0.8" / 20 mm Thick
51.5 x 18 x 6.3" / 130.81 x 45.72 x 16 cm
Weight7.5 lb / 3.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26 x 23 x 6.4"

Gator GKB-76 Reviews

good value

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-06-16

Sturdy and durable. Slightly too big for the keyboard it was packaged with.

Great product, terrific service!

By Keyboard Rob
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2012-03-22

I searched all over for a bag like this before finding it online at B&H. I purchased a bag which wasn't large enough at first. The people at B&H were genuinely helpful in assisting me in replacing it with this bag. I would shop with them again without hesitation!

Good bag, needs shoulder strap

By Just Roadkill
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2011-10-23

I've been using this bag to tote around my Juno Stage to rehearsals and gigs. The interior compartment fits the keyboard well, with a bit of room to spare, and the padded straps inside seem nice and secure. Construction seems solid. But sadly, the lack of a shoulder strap makes this a very unwieldy item to tote around, when weighted down with a 21-lb keyboard. If you're going to be carrying this around a lot, you might want to look elsewhere.

Love the Bag.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-09-13

Okay this is my second Gator gig bag and they are simply great bags for playing live locally. Had the 88 slim bag for a narrow digital piano and just received this 76 bag for my Kurzweil. Fits like a glove and give the board good protection for tossing in he trunk with my amp and stands to make gigs. Good amount of padding and light weight. I would advise you to go to Gator's website to figure out exactly what bag you need. They have a little selector where you choose the brand and model of your keyboard and it will spit out the properly sized bag. I am saying this because not all 88's are the same size. For example my digital piano has 88 keys but is narrow front to back and has mod wheels above the keys, a Motif 88 is huge front to back and has pitch and mod wheels on the cheek block. Gator makes bags for both situations. Use their selector before ordering from B&H and you will make sure that your bag fits like a glove. Oh by the way the 88 Key version of this I have been gigging with for like 7 years and it still looks new. Handles are beefy and comfortable and there is a good sized pocket for a damper pedal cables and sheet music.

gator made me a believer

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-08-01

I was very surprised at the quality of this gig bag for the price, I researched quite a few different brands and I am very pleased with my purchase.

Great Bag!

By RockinJoe
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2010-03-11

It is more rugged than I expected and better padded as well. I know it will protect my Juno Stage very well!

Perfect Size, Well padded. BUT No Shoulder Strap

By dGiddy
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2015-06-15

I searched for the perfect size bag to fit my keys and to have nice big pockets to hold the accessories. This bag got that down perfectly. It has two very nice handles, but they are missing the wrap-arounds to hold the handles together. AND, the worst part: no shoulder straps and no provisions to attach your own straps. I attached my own strap to either side of the handles, but the spread isn't ideal! They missed the boat there. The zipper doesn't come around the bends with ease. From other reviews they seem to say they are heavy duty. We shall see, the corners might be weak points for the zipper over time. Seems like lots of stress happening at the bends. I'll repost after a couple of years, and let you all know how its doing.

A lot of protection, not a lot of money

By Madmax
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-10-23

It always amazes me that musicians will spend $ + on a great keyboard, then get the cheapest carry bag they can find. All it takes is to have it bang into a step when climbing stairs, or hit a wall negotiating a tight corner, and your investment (and your income) is at risk. I use this case for my Korg ANY time it has to be moved. It's got a rigid frame, heavy-duty zippers (boy do you have to fight with the cheap ones), generous pockets, straps to hold the keyboard in place,and sturdy carry handles. In my opinion, the difference between an amateur and a professional.

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