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Warwick Deluxe Bass Gig Bag
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The Warwick Deluxe Bass Gig Bag fits all standard Warwick basses in 4, 5 and 6 string configurations. Made of five layers of shock resistant padding ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Warwick Deluxe Bass Gig Bag fits all standard Warwick basses in 4, 5 and 6 string configurations. Made of five layers of shock resistant padding with extra reinforcements in the crucial bridge, endpin, head and base areas of the bag. Metal feet help to protect the body when the bag stands on a hard surface. Warwick's NeckSaver system straps the neck in place just under the headstock to protect your bass from falls if the bag is left open. Roomy front accessory pouch and a smaller one on the neck with a transparent name tag holder. Smartly equipped with two handles - one conveniently placed on the front. Comfortable 2" wide straps with durable metal spring snaps and an extra hanger with a hook at the top for convenience.
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Rating this as a gig bag, I have to say its the best one I've ever used. It has leather where its strength is needed, and other materials to lighten it where it doesn't need to be as strong.The back straps secure with metal latches, and also with velcro for added stability. Ample pockets for just about anything you need, and a nice neck pad for securing the neck in place. The padding inside is nice and soft as well.The value is great because it is relatively cheap, and much much better than any Fender or Gibson gig bag I've ever gotten.While I prefer a hard shell case for transporting long distances, this is perfect for storing my bass while I drive 10 minutes to my bud's house to jam out.
The pockets are smaller and the top one has no zipper so you plan to loose all the small things like nail clippers everywhere you go. The handle is good if you like to drag the bass body on the ground because that's how it balances. Sorry!
I purchased a brand new Warwick Corvette (bubinga) bass and this bag came with it. This bass is probably the heaviest I have ever played with (heavier than a Music Man Stingray). Within 4 months my shoulder straps broke off and the bag was tearing from carrying such a heavy bass. Also, the zipper kept opening up, as if the "teeth" of the zipper was not properly clasping. This bag does have a lot of padding and many pockets for accessories, but what good is that if you have to carry the whole bag around like a corpse. Seriously all the handles and straps broke off. I would recommend this bag for lighter weight basses (i.e. Ibanez)
In fact, the best gig bag I have ever owned.Have 2 Fender basses with hard shell cases.Use this bag with a Rogue violin bass.Does have some excess for the bass,but, the velcro strap to help secure the bass in the bag is a great feature.Would recommend this bag over any Fender gig bag.Well padded and nice accessory pockets.
A very good, strong and durable gig bag with lots of pockets and very well padded to protect your beloved guitar. It is also quite light and easy to work with.
This gig bag is better than most. I like the fact the zipper does cut through the middle of a velcro handle like many other bags.
I bought about 1 year and a half a 5 warwick corvette $$ and came with the bag and I own a 6 string Washburn RB2602. Both of them are heavy and I use this gig bag to carry any of my basses. I have no problems at all with this bag. The straps are very good, it has plenty of little bags outside and inside. I have no problem getting my basses back in tune, big space and best protection ever. I don't know about this gig bag on sale, looks almost the same as mine... If that would be the case, I'd recommend it for light basses only, to avoid any kind of problems
I have 3 of these bags and love them The handle on front is great for pulling your guitar out of a car or truck. Anyone with a brain wouldn't use it to carry the guitar. It has great padding and balances well with the SIDE handle. I love them and will certainly buy more.