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Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag  

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        The Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag features fashionable good looks and functional accessibility, plus more accessory pockets than ever to accommodate everything you'll ever need for the gig. Covered in tough 600-denier nylon with 4/5" (20mm) of premium internal padding and featuring a die-cast, 351-pick-shaped zipper pull, there is more style and protection than ever. The upgraded backpack system not only gives you three separate carrying point options but also features comfort-padded straps for the ultimate ride. Holds two electric basses. You have to get yours today!


         
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        FenderDeluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag
         
        4.4

        (based on 12 reviews)

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Great Middle-of-the-Road Bag

        Overall, I'm pleased. I only have two issues; the first being the straps. Aside from the breakage, they were never very comfortable to begin with. If a bag is meant to carry...Read complete review

        Overall, I'm pleased. I only have two issues; the first being the straps. Aside from the breakage, they were never very comfortable to begin with. If a bag is meant to carry the weight of two instruments, the shoulder straps should offer better padding and weight distribution.

        Also, the side carrying handle is poorly placed. It is placed too far towards the body-end of the bad, and causes the headstocks to ride a little too close to the ground for comfort (careful going up those stairs!)

        On a positive note, I'm pleased with the storage, and the exceptional fit of my two Jazz Basses. On my multi-bass gigs, this bag has always had room for music, cables, and other accessories. The square pocket towards the headstock end of the bag is great for holding larger objects like a bulky leather strap effects pedals (you can fit two boss stomp boxes in there!).
        Pockets galore, multi-position back-pack straps (there's a third eyelet higher up on the back of the neck area), and the clear plastic ID card holder on the back is a nice touch.
        The bag seems to be exceptionally durable, especially considering the price - almost 2 years ago. In the time I've owned it, its only been used occasionally, but the construction seems solid. Zippers have held up, except for one spot under one of the bass compartments - the pressure of the strap button has mangled a few of the teeth slightly, but not enough to prevent proper opening/closing.

        Also, like other reviewers, I had the stitching on one of the straps give out completely one day when I was picking the loaded bag up. I have replaced both staps with a set of more durable nylon straps that came off of other gear bags.

        The padding is decent, and offers more protection and cushion than a lot of bags in its class, but will obviously not offer the protection of a more expesnsive bag. However, if you take good care and watch of your instruments on the gig or during load-in/out, this should not be a problem. If you want to haphazardly toss your things around, then use a hardshell.
        I believe this is one of the top bags (and possibly the best double bag) you can get for the price.

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        Most Liked Negative Review

         

        A good inexpensive double gig bag

        The other reviews are pretty accurate, so I won't reiterate them too much. If you're looking for a quality, inexpensive double gig bag then this Fender one is it. It seems to be...Read complete review

        The other reviews are pretty accurate, so I won't reiterate them too much. If you're looking for a quality, inexpensive double gig bag then this Fender one is it. It seems to be built sturdy enough. Like a lot of other reviewers mentioned, it could use more/better padding on the inside. It's not really going to protect anything if it gets dropped or falls from a standing position. Plenty of pockets on it for extras. I personally dont use them however, as I've had gig bags wear & tear from the combined weight of the instrument & every cable & pedal I can fit in them. I haven't experienced the 'nose-dive' that other reviewers mentioned when carrying it by the handles. I do prefer to wear it on my back most of the time to free up my hands. It easily fits everything from my Hofner copy to my Jazz bass to both of my 5 string Carvins (fretted & fretless).Someday I'll get a nice leather double gig bag with really thick padding that'll probably run 4 times what this Fender cost me. Until then, this one definitely does the trick.

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        4.0

        OK for moderate use. Breaks down.

        By BassPlayerGuy

        from Chicago

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        Pros

        • Compact
        • Lightweight
        • Plenty Of Storage Pockets
        • Stylish

        Cons

        • Not Sturdy
        • Starting To Fall Apart

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          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          Overall this is an OK gig bag for the money. The basses are well protected, with the exception of the bottom of the bag. You have to be gentle setting the basses down because there is very little to know padding. The bag is not as sturdy as my last (Levi) dual gig bag. The zipper just started to break down on me, after about 2 years of use. Also, there are two holes in the side of the bag which came apart at the seams. If you are looking for a bag for light to moderate use (practice, church, occasional gig), this should do the trick. If you are gigging a lot and plan to load up the bag with heavy extra gear, I'd probably look for something more durable.

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          4.0

          awesome

          By alex campbell

          from Nebraska

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          I use this to carry both my Fender jazz bass, and my fender stratocaster. I had to get the bass version of this because my jazz bass wouldnt fit in the guitar version. Since i play both guitar and bass and often need them both in the same place at the same time, this is awesome. I always have more than enough room to store accesories and such. My strat has wayyyyy too much room around though, but i expected that when i bought this because this is meant for bass guitars and is longer to fit those, not guitars. But it protects everything very well. I LOVE IT.

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Middle-of-the-Road Bag

          By M. Wiles

          from Cincinnati, OH

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          Overall, I'm pleased. I only have two issues; the first being the straps. Aside from the breakage, they were never very comfortable to begin with. If a bag is meant to carry the weight of two instruments, the shoulder straps should offer better padding and weight distribution.

          Also, the side carrying handle is poorly placed. It is placed too far towards the body-end of the bad, and causes the headstocks to ride a little too close to the ground for comfort (careful going up those stairs!)

          On a positive note, I'm pleased with the storage, and the exceptional fit of my two Jazz Basses. On my multi-bass gigs, this bag has always had room for music, cables, and other accessories. The square pocket towards the headstock end of the bag is great for holding larger objects like a bulky leather strap effects pedals (you can fit two boss stomp boxes in there!).
          Pockets galore, multi-position back-pack straps (there's a third eyelet higher up on the back of the neck area), and the clear plastic ID card holder on the back is a nice touch.
          The bag seems to be exceptionally durable, especially considering the price - almost 2 years ago. In the time I've owned it, its only been used occasionally, but the construction seems solid. Zippers have held up, except for one spot under one of the bass compartments - the pressure of the strap button has mangled a few of the teeth slightly, but not enough to prevent proper opening/closing.

          Also, like other reviewers, I had the stitching on one of the straps give out completely one day when I was picking the loaded bag up. I have replaced both staps with a set of more durable nylon straps that came off of other gear bags.

          The padding is decent, and offers more protection and cushion than a lot of bags in its class, but will obviously not offer the protection of a more expesnsive bag. However, if you take good care and watch of your instruments on the gig or during load-in/out, this should not be a problem. If you want to haphazardly toss your things around, then use a hardshell.
          I believe this is one of the top bags (and possibly the best double bag) you can get for the price.

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Bag for the Price

          By M. Wiles

          from Cincinnati, OH

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          I only have 2 issues:

          1. The straps: a bag made to hold 2 bass guitars needs shoulder straps that are up for the challenge. Also, they were never comfortable to begin with. Two basses on your back is going to be a moderately heavy load, so a double bag should be equipped with shoulder straps that properly carry the load while protecting your shoulders and back with sufficient padding and weight distribution.

          2. The side carrying handles: the placement is a bit too far on the body-end of the bag, resulting in the headstocks riding a bit to close to the ground for comfort (careful taking the stairs!). If these were to be moved up about 6-8 inches, the probelm would probably be remedied.

          On the positive side, I am pleased with the product. It fits my two bass guitars wonderfully, and has sufficient storage for music, cables, and accessories. Also, the large pocket on the front neck area is great for those items that are thicker than books of music and cables (like stomp boxes and bulky leather guitar straps). Its actually large enough to fit two Boss pedals.
          Plenty of pockets, backpack straps (adjustable not only in length, but mount placement via the third eyelet on the back of the neck area), and the clear ID info display pocket on the back is a nice touch
          I've used this bag occasionally for almost 2 years for the few gigs where I bring both of my Jazz Basses. Everything has help up well, except for one of the zippers one of the bass pockets - the pressure from the strap button has mangled the teeth slightly, but not enough to prevent proper opening/closing.

          Like some other reviewers, the stitching on one of my straps completely gave out, rendering the strap useless. I replaced them with a more durable set taken from other gear bags of mine.

          Other than this, the seams and fabric have held up nicely.
          You'd probably be hard pressed to find a better double bag for the price. I for sure got my money's worth.

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Badly designed shoulder straps

          By RicD

          from Cincinnati, OH

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          The bag itself is great with plenty of room for stuff in the generous pockets and reasonably good protection for your instruments (painfully demonstrated to me - twice). Both of my shoulder straps broke about a year apart, both times allowing my basses to hit the ground.

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          5.0

          Great bag

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          While it is true that the bag can have the tendency to be neck heavy depending on the bass, this is still a tremendous value. The bag is sturdy and there is more space than I will probably ever need. Overall, it seems to be a great bag at an amazing price.

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          3.0

          A good inexpensive double gig bag

          By DG-i79zV

          from Boston Area

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          The other reviews are pretty accurate, so I won't reiterate them too much. If you're looking for a quality, inexpensive double gig bag then this Fender one is it. It seems to be built sturdy enough. Like a lot of other reviewers mentioned, it could use more/better padding on the inside. It's not really going to protect anything if it gets dropped or falls from a standing position. Plenty of pockets on it for extras. I personally dont use them however, as I've had gig bags wear & tear from the combined weight of the instrument & every cable & pedal I can fit in them. I haven't experienced the 'nose-dive' that other reviewers mentioned when carrying it by the handles. I do prefer to wear it on my back most of the time to free up my hands. It easily fits everything from my Hofner copy to my Jazz bass to both of my 5 string Carvins (fretted & fretless).Someday I'll get a nice leather double gig bag with really thick padding that'll probably run 4 times what this Fender cost me. Until then, this one definitely does the trick.

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          OK

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          This gig bag gets the job done. but the main thing that bugged be was that the main handle is is a weird position so that when you hold the bass necks are really heavey and it sucks to carry because the weight is so off centered. So I have to carry it on my back which work well. I use it to carry my fretted and fretless to gigs. I would say go big and buy the gator thats what I will do when this one wears out. Peace

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          5.0

          I expected useful, I didn't expect toLIKE it.

          By Anonymous

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          The Fender double-bass very pleasently surprised me! I have long been a believer of only using hard shell cases (I especially love a tweed hard case) but I now find that I am always carrying two basses (Carvin 5 string and fretless Fender Jazz) to practices and gigs. Along with everything else, the two hard cases were just too much. I expected the gig bag to just be a nessary evil, I didn't expect to like it.This gig bag is very well laid out with lots of really USEFULL storage. It is easy to load and remove the basses...I actually LIKE using it. Sure it's not for road gigs, but all I do is carry to and from the car. Some people complain about it being neck heavy, but my two axes are perfectly balanced at the handle.

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          5.0

          Great for gigs!

          By Brother Dave-MLJxZ

          from Albemarle NC

          Comments about Fender Deluxe Double Electric Bass Guitar Gig Bag:

          I'm a local player, if you are on tour this is not your transport system. I use this Fender Bass Double Gig Bag to transport a brace of basses to local gigs in my car. I haven't found a 34" scale conventional bass that doesn't fit. The padding while adequate could be thicker and the handle placement can make it neck dive with lighter bodied basses. Has abundant storage. This Fender bag is very well made. I would buy it again and recommend it as a good value.

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