#1
I've just rolled my van out of the garage for the first time in about 6 months, and I've got her purring like a kitten. Once I get her certified roadworthy she can get to work hauling gear for upcoming gigs.

I'm just trying to work out whether I'll be able to load a Marshall quad upright, I don't have mine here with me to measure. Can someone tell me the height from the floor up of a 1960 style slanted quad on casters?
Quote by The devil at the crossroads
E|-------------------------------------------1--
B|-----------------------------------1--4--
G|-------------------------1-3-4--
D|------------------1-3----
A|--------1-2-3----
E|-1-4-----

Just move it around the fretboard
#3
Quote by the spiker
Couldn't be more than 3x3 feet for the quad itself.


Yeah that's what I figured. My van is built around a Volvo 245 chassis, so the tailgate aperture is just a little under 3', as are most station wagons. Most wagons force you to lay a quad down flat, they just don't quite fit. It's frustrating cos it's only a matter of a couple of inches.
Quote by The devil at the crossroads
E|-------------------------------------------1--
B|-----------------------------------1--4--
G|-------------------------1-3-4--
D|------------------1-3----
A|--------1-2-3----
E|-1-4-----

Just move it around the fretboard