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106-MSK Gard Baritone Saxophone Low A (European Model) Gig Bag

Synthetic with Leather trim



One Baritone Saxophone with Low A

Inner Dimensions:

40.5 x 13 x 6 (in Inches)

102.87 x 33.02 x 15.24 (in cms)

Outer Dimensions:

41.5 x 14 x 8 (in Inches)

105.41 x 35.56 x 20.32 (in cms)

Side Pocket Dimensions:

14 x 6.5 (in Inches)

35.56 x 16.51 (in cms)


3.10 Kgs / 6.83 Pounds

Baritone Saxophone Low A (European Model) Gig Bag, Synthetic with Leather trim, Black - 106-MSK


  • GARD Patented Mid-Bag Suspension System, Foam belts /pads, and cone inserts for your instruments.
  • Padding made up of dense, thick and impact resistant High-Density foam. The bag interior has 20mm of foam on all sides of the instrument.
  • 1” Zipper guard protects the instrument from accidental scratching from metal zippers.


  • 1680 Denier Ballistic Synthetic Fabric is standard in all Gard Synthetic bags. The fabric is abrasion and tear resistant.
  • Sturdy YKK zippers.
  • Heavy-duty electroplated brass hardware.
  • All weight bearing joints are riveted as well as stitched.

Design / Comfort

  • Carry Handle / grip Handle made of real leather is soft to touch and adjusts comfortably to your hand.
  • 2” Wide Shoulder strap included with bag.
  • Bag can be carried as a backpack.
  • Leather Luggage tag provided.
  • Most bags come with a special rain-cape to protect it from water damage during inclement weather.

The original specification for ballistic nylon was an 18 ounce nylon fabric made from 1050 denier high tenacity nylon yarn in a 2x2 basket weave. Today the term is often used to refer to any nylon fabric that is made with a "ballistic weave", typically a 2x2 or 2x3 basket weave. It can be woven from nylon yarns of various Denier such as 840 denier and 1680 Denier. Denier refers to the weight, not the strength, of the fabric.
Emily from Nashville, TN
www.wwbw.com 09-Oct-2014
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Well Built…. But not for Baritone This gig bag seems to be very well built and even includes a padded external pouch for accessories. All strap/handle attachment points are thick leather, reinforced, etc. However, I was disappointed with the fit of the bag. For lack of a better description, it's like trying to position an Unwieldy Instrument into a 3' long hotdog bun. This must be done from an upright (not horizontal) position. To place the instrument in (or remove it from) the case, the double zippered flap must be undone, causing the case to lose most of its structural integrity. What happens next is an event not unlike a giant banana peel unfurling into one's music room floor. The open flap of the case has nowhere to go-- so look out. I don't doubt that these cases are excellent for the smaller variety of instruments (trumpets, alto saxes, piccolos, and the like), but one should not attempt to wrangle a baritone sax into this thing lest they hurt themselves or the horn in the process.

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