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Gard Mid-Suspension Straight Soprano Saxophone Gig Bag
101-MLK Black Ultra Leather
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Gard Bags have long been a favorite among musicians at all levels needing quality protection at a reasonable price. The Mid-Bag Suspension series bui...Click To Read More About This Product
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Mid-Bag Suspension System reduces the risk of dings or dents.
Gard Bags have long been a favorite among musicians at all levels needing quality protection at a reasonable price. The Mid-Bag Suspension series builds upon this popularity. In ordinary bags, the music instrument rests on the bottom of the bag. If dropped, the protruding parts are likely to dent. Using strategically placed blocks of padding the Mid-Bag Suspension series "suspends" your instrument away from the sides. Further stabilizing the instrument is a dense foam cone mounted to a hard disc on the inside of the bag. This suspension system reduces the risk of dings or dents if the bag knocks into a wall or is dropped from a short distance.
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Comments about Gard Mid-Suspension Straight Soprano Saxophone Gig Bag:
Wanted a soft case with a strap I could use for when I'm hauling multiple instruments around. Ordered the "Leather" version, got vinyl. Decided that "Ultra Leather" means "Naugahyde." Sent it back to get the fabric one, since nylon lasts much longer than vinyl in extreme weather conditions. The fabric one is too small to protect my spatula keys - they're right up against the edge. There are velcro-attached pads in side that I could adjust so that tight fit didn't smash the left and right pinky keys completely out of shape, but now they're up against the edge of the fabric, so I still have to be careful not to bang into things. If you have a pre-war soprano, it should work much better because the pinky keys don't stick out nearly as much. But I think this was designed for the wrong horn. I'll use it because it's more convenient that the wooden box case that came with the sax, but If I had had a chance to try this out in the store, I wouldn't have bought it period.
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