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Musician's Friend 88-Key Keyboard Wheeled Soft Case 54" x 13" x 4-3/4"
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This rigid case has a rugged nylon exterior, adjustable straps, foam padding, and oversize zippers. Outer pocket and skate wheels. Inner dimensions 5...Click To Read More About This Product
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This rigid case has a rugged nylon exterior, adjustable straps, foam padding, and oversize zippers. Outer pocket and skate wheels. Inner dimensions 54" x 4-3/4" x 13". Interior adjustable straps and padding, rugged nylon exterior, and oversize zippers. Outer pocket and skate wheels. Interior adjustable straps, padding, and plywood-reinforced base. Rugged nylon exterior, oversize zippers, outer pocket, and skate wheels.
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For me, this was exactly what I was looking for to hold my Yamaha P90. Yamaha's bag for the P90 doesn't have wheels so this was a major factor in my purchase of this model. The dimensions are almost perfect for me and it comes with 4 foldable/rollable padded spacers w/velcro to fill in extra nooks and crannies. It also comes with two thick padded squares and two thinner ones w/velcro straps to affix them as need (to protect the top of the keyboard for instance). I couldn't afford a hard case so I was happy to get this bag and happier to find out how sturdy it was. It appears to be a soft-case, but one that can handle some abuse (soon to come ;).
Really nice gig bag for 88-note keyboards. This particular one perfectly fits the Suzuki SS-100 keyboard (that I believe is pictured in the ad) and I just purchased. The only thing that I don't like about it is the bottom handle by the wheels. It is so lightweight that if 2 people lifted the case with keyboard by both ends it would bend and be useless. Otherwise it is a really nice keyboard bag for the money. Beats the extra hundreds you'd spend on a hardshell case.