Stylish and sturdy saxophone wheelie bag crafted in pure leather with a telescopic handle to allow easy adjustment to your height.
41 x 12.5 x 8 (in Inches)
104.14 x 31.75 x 20.32 (in cms)
46 x 16 x 13 (in Inches)
116.84 x 40.64 x 33.02 (in cms)
Front Pocket Dimensions
Side Pocket Dimensions (2)
7.2 Kgs / 15.87 Pounds
PREMIUM COMPONENTS & WORKSMANSHIP
EXCEPTIONAL INSTRUMENT PROTECTION
This bag has been hand crafted from carefully sourced premium materials that are tested for harmful chemicals and strict quality parameters to enhance longevity.
COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
We do not mass-produce any of our series.
This means that all our bags are made with a bit more care and love - and you can see that in the finished product!
GARD BAGS LIMITED CONSUMER WARRANTY
In those rare cases where there is a problem due to manufacturing defect in our materials or workmanship within warranty, we will repair or replace the bag (where it cannot be repaired) at our option. Our guarantee does not cover product damage from normal wear and tear or from improper handling. Accidental damage is not covered under warranty nor its consequences, such as damage to the contents of the bag or wheelie. This warranty does not affect any additional rights you may have under the laws of your jurisdiction.
Replacement spare parts are available at a nominal cost. Connect with us to order spare parts.
Finally! Room in a Baritone Sax Case!
I purchased myself a Cannonball Baritone Sax last year. While the stock case was OK it had zero storage. So when I would go to gigs or rehearsals, I had my sax, my music stand, my sax stand, a backpack for binders of music and whatever wouldn't fit in the case. This case / bag has been amazing! I can get my sax out without taking up a ton of floor space to do so. Also, it holds my binders, my mouthpiece case (I have multiple setups), my reeds, my cleaning swabs, and more! I would recommend this case to anyone. I have several colleagues that are thinking about the other cases from Gard for their saxophones.
Use mine all the time, but it's not perfect.
I have just the tenor case, and I've used mine way more than I anticipated. It's great for my downtown gigs, when I take the train. Less stress on your arms, hands, shoulders, wrist. Never used the packpack straps as I think it would be way to heavy. It's definitely not for the airplane. Made that mistake once, and had to valet my horn under the plane, and prayed it would be ok. Luckly it was. BUT, when I first received it, I bought a bunch of foam from the craft store, and cut up pieces to surround the horn and protect it better. As is, the horn is way too loose, and has little to no protection. The side pockets are great, and you can fit lots of stuff in it. I store cd's, reeds, harness, and there is still room for whatever. The balance of it can be tricky and can topple if you aren't mindful. My wheels are almost shot, so I might just have to buy a new one in the near future, cause I don't think you can change the wheels.
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