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Road Runner Cruizer Bass Guitar Gig bag
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Road Runner Cruizer gig bags are super tough, super padded, and reinforced in critical spots. Rugged exterior resists puncture, abrasion, weather, an...Click To Read More About This Product
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Take this cruiser on the road for solid protection!
Road Runner Cruizer gig bags are super tough, super padded, and reinforced in critical spots. Rugged exterior resists puncture, abrasion, weather, and spilled drinks. The Cruizer has plenty of pockets, strong metal tabs and hooks, a comfortable rubber handle, and integrated backpack for road trips.
- Super-tough 600 Denier exterior resists punctures, weather, and drink spills
- Thick foam helps protects instrument and helps insulate it from temperature changes
- Air-mesh backing with contoured, padded straps
- Detachable backpack with hidden water bottle pouch
- Protective foam headstock pocket for bulky storage of tuners, cords, or stompboxes
- Contoured, tough rubber handle for a comfortable grip
- Metal tabs and hooks
- Extra padding for headstock and bottom end
- Reinforced headstock and bridge protection with padded, snag-resistant material
- 49-1/2" long x 16-1/2" wide x 3-1/2" deep
Keep your instrument safe. Order today!
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I purchased the Road Runner Cruizer Bass Guitar Gig Bag after being the satisfied owner of the Premium model (#541332) which has been discontinued. Boy was I disappointed upon unzipping this bag.The perimeter and butt (strap pin) protection is almost non-existent. There is no neck support or any other cradling components; the bass just flops around when transported. I purchased this bag for an ash bodied Fender Jazz Bass and this bag is adequate only for a light weight, entry-level bass. I was leery of the fact that no photos of the bag's interior are provided and now I know why.The backpack and extra pockets are nice but the primary purpose of the gig bag, the protection of the instrument, has been sacrificed.
You couldn't put anything substantial in the removable backpack without ruining the zippers that attach it to the gig bag.Look elsewhere for a good carry all gig bag. This one had the right idea but poor execution.
The concept of having a detachable backpack on your gigbag has some wonderful potential, however it needs to be rethought here & go back to the drawing-board. After a month of carrying 2 XLR cables, 2 1/4" cables and a vocal mic in the backpack I found that the zippers attaching the pack to the gigbag started to separate from their stitchings. The case has spent a lot of time in the closet since then, as I'm apprehensive about taking it out to gigs now that it has already started to fall apart. I'd remove the backpack & carry it separately, but that defeats the whole purpose of why I bought it in the first place. I was hoping to carry one less thing into a club. I could leave the backpack at home & just use the gigbag, but the only storage pockets on the gigbag itself are a tiny pouch on the neck and an excellent 'shaped' pouch on the neck that could easily hold and protect about 4 or 5 CDs, or a tuner.The padding on the case seems pretty sturdy in & of itself. The main weakness of this case seems to be the shoddy workmanship on the backpack.
I just got the road runner cruiser gig bag today and I love it. The bag is constructed vey well and has many pocket and storage areas to fit all your gear. The only thing I don't like about this bag is that the back straps to cary it like a backpak are NOT removeable so if you don't want them on there then you just have to deal with it but overal I think this bag is great and I highly recomend it.