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The Gard Low A Baritone Saxophone Wheelie Bag features several ways to transport your instrument, great protection, and room for a lot of accessories. Four wheels and a six position, telescoping handle make using the bag smooth with a customizable level of comfort. An extendable bottom base will help prevent the bag from tipping over. If wheeling the bag isn't possible, padded backpack straps or a thick shoulder strap make carrying comfortable. A padded flap conveniently folds over the wheels for both comfort and to protect clothing from dirt. Gard Bags are known for their high-quality protection, and the Wheelie Bag Series is no exception. Dense foam surrounds the bari sax and padded blocks can be placed where they best fit for maximum stability. An expandable exterior pocket provides more than enough room for accessories, music, and even a few personal items. To protect the leather version of the bag during inclement weather, a rain cape fits snuggly around the outside of the case does not come with synthetic version). This cape also has a reflective logo to make sure you're noticed in the dark. There is not another bag that provides so many options and high quality protection at such an affordable price.
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Comments about Gard Low A Baritone Saxophone Wheelie Bag:
I bought this Gard Wheelie Bag for my Just Saxes Crescent Low A Baritone Saxophone with some reservation. I was planning on getting a regular shoulder bag until my wife pointed out that it might get tiring to carry around a Bari Sax on my shoulder all the time. My tenor case is heavy enough... I looked back and forth on the internet trying to see as many pictures as I can (as there are none here on Musician's Friend) to make sure this bag was protective and exactly what I needed. I was a bit uneasy about the design until I got it home. This wheelie bag stands up vertically, which is strange for such a large case. I was wondering how easy it would be to knock it over, so I put my Bari in it, zipped it up, and went to pushing (lightly at first.) It wouldn't move, really. I pushed harder, and then harder - wouldn't move more than an inch either direction. This thing stands up securely - strangely enough. I am now proud to own this Wheelie Bag. From the telescoping handle, to the quality of build - this is one GREAT gig bag - w/ wheels.