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Road Runner Cruizer Electric 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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Attractive and versatile gigbag offers durability and extra 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. This Cruizer electric guitar bag 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 protect 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
- 42-1/2" long x 15-1/2" wide x 3-1/2" deep
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This bag is awesome! I just got this bag in the mail and it is everything that i wanted and more. I am ordering the acoustic bag as well now. I ride a motorcycle and teach guitar in home. so i am constantly on the go with my guitar. This rides so well with me and i dont have to worry about it coming apart or worry about how my guitar is doing... it is well insulated and is pretty durable... im going to water proof it so i can ride in the rain!I would deffinently get this bag... you wont be disapointed!
I just got my bag today. I packed up my guitar, some cables and a couple of pedals, and as I lifted it into the bed of my pickup, the seams next to the handle on the side gave out. I'll return the bag as soon as I pick out a replacement; I don't think I want another Road Runner bag :(
When I first bought this case a year ago, I just couldn't get over how sturdy and strong the seems were. This bag has never failed on me, and I have yet to even see any tears or rips in the case. I recommend this case to anyone who is in a band and is constantly moving their gear around.This was a great deal!
This is a very good case for the money. It keeps my guitar held very snug inside the case with a LOT of padding. I would recommend this case to anyone who goes gigging a lot, and needs a case that sturdy and not very bulky. This thing is built tough. The backpack feature is a great idea because you can detach it, and store a lot of equipment in it.
I bought this bag mainly for the backpack feature and the extra pockets because I travel so much. The backpack and extra storage is nice, but this gig bag overall is very awkward to tote around. The straps sit in an odd position, which makes the bottom part of the guitar sit right above my waistline, which thusly makes the top part of my guitar rise about a foot over my head...pretty challenging when you're getting in and out of really small aircraft. Also the straps have such a small adjustment length on them, so it's difficult to tighten, and overall the design feels "loose" as if one small yank in the wrong direction will tear the whole bag up. Save your money and get a rockbag by Warwick, it's money well spent
Just got it in the mail.One of the coolest looking gig bags ever.get one.
I just bought this gig bag because of it's ability to travel, specifically on an airplane. The best part about it is that you can use the entire thing as a carry-on, then unhook the backpack and stash the guitar in an overhead. I flew on both a small dual-prop and a bigger 747 jet, and it fit into both overhead bins fine. I ended up keeping my book I was reading, iPod, and other essentials in the backpack portion so I could access them easily during the flight. My only complaints are that the weight is not very balanced, but I'm sure that's because I packed the backpack up to the brim. Also, the zippers seem a little on the junky side, but I didn't have any problems yet. Lastly, the area around the headstock is the LEAST padded, which is beyond me. I fixed this by packing a shirt or 2 around the headstock to prevent any unwanted movement or banging around. Other than that, the straps for carrying the entire load as a backpack worked out great once I got my checked bag. The zipoff smaller backpack is the whole reason I chose this over others and I must say it works to perfection in the airports of the U.S. Def. recommended for the traveler.