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Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag   

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The Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag features hip red-and-black, super-tough Cordura exterior and thick 1" foam padding that make it trustworthy...Read More

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Smart looks and design at a breakthrough price.

The Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag features hip red-and-black, super-tough Cordura exterior and thick 1" foam padding that make it trustworthy. Lots of smart pockets and comfortable, convenient handles make it a gig bag with brains as well as brawn. It has a soft nonslip lining and backpack-style padded straps that zip in and out of their own pocket for storage. The contoured rubber handles provide a comfortable grip that's tough enough to last. The Road Runner Pro's interior has reinforced headstock and bridge protection with padded, snag-resistant nylon. The 3 separate outer pockets have zipper closures, and the largest has an interior pocket organizer for picks, pens, and other miscellaneous accessories.

FEATURES
  • Measures 17"W x 50"H x 4"D
  • Super-tough Cordura outer
  • Thick 1" foam padding
  • Backpack-style padded straps zip into their own pocket when not in use
  • Contoured tough rubber handles
  • Interior reinforced headstock and bridge protection with padded snag-resistant nylon
  • 3 separate outer pockets with zipper closures
  • Main front pocket interior pocket organizer
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Road RunnerPro Electric Bass Gig Bag
 
3.6

(based on 19 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Ok bag, poor shoulder strap design

I've been using my bag for about 4 years to carry Fender P and J basses without any of the quality issues previously mentioned. The bag has good padding. I like the extra...Read complete review

I've been using my bag for about 4 years to carry Fender P and J basses without any of the quality issues previously mentioned. The bag has good padding. I like the extra pockets. The handles are comfortable and balance well. The only real issue for me is the backpack / shoulder straps. They are not very comfortable. When using the shoulder straps you will always have the zippered flap partially open when using the right strap (you cannot use just the left strap) or the flap is completely open in a very annoying position when using both straps. Most importantly the tops of the shoulder straps are attached so low on the main body of the bag that when the bag is carried in a normal backpack or single shoulder fashion, the top of the bag extends several feet above my head and is constantly running into the top of door frames and low ceilings. When using a single strap the bag will not stay centered in an upright position on my back(like other bags do) so the bass tends to lean to one side pretty far causing the headstock of my bass to get caught in doors or bump into thing (no damage yet!). All in all this is an OK bag (especially if you use the handle to carry your bass instead of the shoulder straps), it?s worth the sale price but not the best gig bag I?ve used.

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Road Runner Bass Gig Bag Review

My 4 biggest complaints are: 1. None of the pockets are big enough to fit a binder of music in, 2. After you take the straps out of the back you cannot zip...Read complete review

My 4 biggest complaints are: 1. None of the pockets are big enough to fit a binder of music in, 2. After you take the straps out of the back you cannot zip the pocket back up, 3. You cannot not contact them to let them know about improvement ideas. and 4. The length is just a little too short for a Jazz Bass, not quite enough head room. Other than that it's a decent bag for money.

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4.0

Stupid Deal of the Day

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

Got this Bag to Hold One of my Basses that needed a Home. Fits well. Holds my Chords. Keeps the Dust out. Buy the way, Stupid Deal of the Day!!!!

 
4.0

Ok bag, poor shoulder strap design

By greybeard-vhuN0

from mid-west

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

I've been using my bag for about 4 years to carry Fender P and J basses without any of the quality issues previously mentioned. The bag has good padding. I like the extra pockets. The handles are comfortable and balance well. The only real issue for me is the backpack / shoulder straps. They are not very comfortable. When using the shoulder straps you will always have the zippered flap partially open when using the right strap (you cannot use just the left strap) or the flap is completely open in a very annoying position when using both straps. Most importantly the tops of the shoulder straps are attached so low on the main body of the bag that when the bag is carried in a normal backpack or single shoulder fashion, the top of the bag extends several feet above my head and is constantly running into the top of door frames and low ceilings. When using a single strap the bag will not stay centered in an upright position on my back(like other bags do) so the bass tends to lean to one side pretty far causing the headstock of my bass to get caught in doors or bump into thing (no damage yet!). All in all this is an OK bag (especially if you use the handle to carry your bass instead of the shoulder straps), it?s worth the sale price but not the best gig bag I?ve used.

 
3.0

Falls apart

By lowdown5

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

I initially liked the quality. Plenty of room for a 5-string, 35" scale bass. However, the seams come apart at the rounded front pocket. I got it sewn back together & fixed, now the seams come apart on the little rounded pocket. Too bad because I really liked this gig bag. Buy something else that will last.

 
3.0

Fits Thunderbird Bass!

By Thumb Sander

from East Coast

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

I know quite a few folks are looking for a T-bird gig bag. This bag fits my Epi version snugly! The bag itself has plenty of pockets, but isn't nearly same quality as the Ritter or Incase line. Overall, I expect this bag to last me less than 2 years with very light use. I compromised because I can't find another bag to fit the ol' T-bird.

 
4.0

Disappointed

By Bass Man-DYsVZ

from Winston-Salem, NC

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

The features are great, and the look is great, but the quality of this bag is not. I have gone through two of these bags in the last year and a half. I thought it was me at first, but it's the bag!!! If you're an active musician,do not get this bag. It will not last. The seams are horrible. I am in the process of looking for a completely different brand bag.

 
1.0

There are better choices

By Drumguy-JJ.nc

from Annapolis, MD

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

I've owned this bag for about 2 years. the handle tore off, the binding ripped on the bottom and now I noticed it's coming apart around the handle again.I think the material is inferior. Also the strap post punched a hoe in the bottom. Not reccomended.

 
5.0

Great bag for the price

By RobonBass

from NYC

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

I bought this bag blindly after having owned the cheaper Road Runner bag, and I have to say I'm glad I did. I personally would rather have it in all black, but oh well. Otherwise, I have no complaints. This bag is about an extra inch longer that the cheaper bag, which fit the J-bass perfectly. Otherwise, I love the additional pocket by the head. No, you can't zip up the back when you have the straps out. BUT, I don't use the straps because I'm too tall and I'd whack the bass on the subway door and ceiling.

 
2.0

Buy something else

By eatthis48

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

The bag is heavy duty & protects your bass well during transport. However, after 2 uses, the seams split in the larger rounded compartment which is not even big enough to store your songbook or charts. The value is OK but next time I'm buying something else.

 
1.0

roadrunner bass gig bag

By Mr.Bassie725

from Silver Spring, MD

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

We bought this gig bag for my son's first bass. Nice padding and straps. The main pocket is too small for a standard size music book. In less than 3months the bottom seam split and the bass fell out. Disaster. The bag was used 3 times a week to go to school/lessons. Avoid this product.

 
2.0

Learn to Sew

By itsteebo

from Swansea, MA

Comments about Road Runner Pro Electric Bass Gig Bag:

i didn't have much money and i needed something to protect my new bass this worked until i could get something new. After 2 months of minimal travel the bottom seam split and had to be resewn. Next month the side seam, the handle, and the back pack strap seems were all split. I had to re sew this WHOLE bag less than 5 months after i owned it. It's a piece of junk.

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