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Gard Bass Trombone Wheelie Bag
24-WBFLK Black Ultra Leather
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The Gard Bass Trombone Wheelie Bag features several ways to transport your instrument, great protection, and room for a lot of accessories. Four whee...Read More
Move about with ease and comfort!
The Gard Bass Trombone 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 bass trombone 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 bag during rain, a rain cape fits snuggly around the outside of the case. 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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- Good Quality
- I love the look
Comments about Gard Bass Trombone Wheelie Bag:
Even though it's a bit bigger than I expected, it works.
I've always hated going to gigs looking like a hobo. With this Gard bass trombone wheelie bag and the black leather mute bag I use, I present a good image when I get to the gig.
It seems to be very protective of my $4500 bass trombone, but when I have to fly a lot I'm gonna have a travel case made that will hold the case and the horn. I can leave the travel case in my hotel room and just take the Gard case to the gig.
It's a lot of money but once you've lost a horn or two the cost doesn't seems so bad.