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106-WBFSK Gard Baritone Saxophone (Low A) Wheelie Bag

Synthetic with Leather trim



One Baritone Saxophone (Low A)

  • Inner Dimensions

    41 x 12.5 x 8 (in Inches)

    104.14 x 31.75 x 20.32 (in cms)

  • Outer Dimensions

    46 x 16 x 13 (in Inches)

    116.84 x 40.64 x 33.02 (in cms)

  • Weight:

    6.55 Kgs / 14.44 Pounds

Baritone Saxophone (Low A) Wheelie Bag, Synthetic with Leather trim, Black – 106-WBFSK


  • 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 25mm of foam on all sides of the instrument.
  • Bell area protected by a wooden disc padded with dense foam
  • 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

  • Wheelies have a front kick-stand that prevents the bag from toppling over due to weight of the instrument.
  • Wheelie bags also feature a telescopic handle to allow easy adjustment to the height of the player.
  • 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.
  • Wheelie 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.

Mike from New York City



Great for my Bari, double sax wheelie disappointed.

Comments about Gard Saxophone Wheelie Bag in Synthetic with Leather Trim:

The wheelie bag can save your back with lots of city commuting. I highly recommend the Bari case. Once it's set up with the movable pads it will hold your horn well and makes traveling effortless. I tried the double sax bag thinking I could move the pads around to adapt to which doubles I would need for each gig, but it proved to be too much work to adapt the case each time. Also the double case is big enough that it's very difficult to hold many instruments snugly. 

Overall I think these wheelie bags are great but take time to set up for your horn.

Jeff B from San Jose, CA



SATB is a lot of gear to haul around anywhere...

Comments about Gard Saxophone Wheelie Bag in Synthetic with Leather Trim:

But in the SFBay area parking isn't always easy or close. This bag provides the flexibility and protection that I need for my tenor.

Flash from Chicago, USA



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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