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Tiger Bass Guitar Gig Bag - Premier Padded Carry Case
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- Designed and kitted out with the most superior specifications
- Ease of transportation when on the move
- Tiger soft case is ideal for regular travel
- Fitted with three exterior padded storage compartments
- Guitar gig bag is a simply fantastic quality soft bag
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The Tiger Deluxe Gig Bag range is designed and kitted out with the most superior specifications to provide ample protection of your instrument as well as maximum accessory storage space and ease of transportation when on the move.
Featuring a generous 14mm interior padding throughout, twin maximum strength heavy duty zips are fitted as standard with a thick waterproof nylon exterior construction contributing to the protection of your guitar.
With the versatility of both a stitched nylon carry handle as well as adjustable twin padded rucksack-style straps enabling you to carry your instrument at whatever means is most comfortable for yourself, this Tiger soft case is ideal for regular travel to and from school, college, rehearsals and gigs etc.
Also fitted with three exterior padded storage compartments, taking all your essential accessories with you has never been easier. Books, sheet music, your tuner, capo, plectrums, spare strings, leads, microphones, pickup and any other necessities can now all travel with your guitar, with one compartment by the headstock and two built into the lower bout. Fully loaded with plenty of foam padding at all contact points to protect your guitar and give you total piece of mind when on the move, they are simply fantastic quality soft bags.
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From the Manufacturer
Tiger Music is a UK-based musical instrument and accessories manufacturer. It prides themselves on their high quality and competitively priced products. Their brands include Tiger, Theodore, Jasmin and World Rhythm. They endeavour to source all of their products in an ethical manner and using your feedback, they strive to make all their products suit your needs.
Tiger Premier Bass Guitar Gig Bag
Model number: GGB42-BS
- Designed and kitted out with the high specifications.
- Ease of transportation when on the move.
- Tiger soft case is ideal for regular travel.
- Fitted with three exterior padded storage compartments.
- Guitar gig bag is a simply high quality soft bag.
Comfortable Straps mean you can carry you bass guitar with ease.
Made from high quality materials, you can transport you equipment safely and in more ways than one.
The large front pocket has enough space for all of your bass guitar essentials.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've taken it to about 4 rehearsals and 3 gigs so far and it's standing up really well (the straps on the std fender one broke after about 3 days).
The bag has plenty of capacity; I carry 2 instrument cables (one ten meter and one three meter), a kettle lead, a three meter speakon cable, a little box for picks / earplugs, a BIG Ashdown tuner and a bottle of water. This is everything I need for a gig (except for my amp of course).
It is the perfect height for a P or Jazz style bass. If your guitar is of a longer scale, it might be a bit of a squeeze.
The straps seem secure and are comfortable on the back/shoulders and have shown no sign of wear yet.
A particularly nice touch is a bit of extra padding at the bottom of the bag, where the foot of your bass would sit (and often get bashed) on the floor.
The only disadvantage I've found so far is that it sits a bit higher on the back than other cases I've had. This is fine and doesn't create any discomfort, but if you're quite tall it can make going through doors and overhanging trees quite entertaining.
Overall, this is an excellent product from a relative newcomer to the market.
The first one I got came from Thomann. Vinyl skin, lots of protection - I reckon twice as much as this one - it's much more like a floppy hard case in terms of protection and roominess: http://www.thomann.de/gb/thomann_premium_gigbag_e_bass_br.htm
The second is this one. A bit lighter, not as much protection. I think I'd have thought it good value at £20; at nearly £30, I think it's overpriced.
So, a star off for the price and the quality. It's not bad, but certainly not great.
In terms of quality this case is top notch, the case and pockets are really well padded and everything about it just feels well made. The straps and carrying handles are well positioned too and it is relatively comfortable to carry.
I was worried that it might not be worth the extra money I paid but it most certainly is and I couldn't be happier.
Very good quality and comfortable to wear. Put it this way, after having this for several weeks she's not complaining any longer about her back and the strain of carrying school bags and guitar at the same time. I am pleased that it has a two year warranty also as she will certainly put it to the test in that time.
I have my Epiphone Sg bass stored in it. Its robust, very well padded in the inside, nice and compact so the bass won't be swaying in every direction, and so keeps it very secure
Its also a very smart looking bag. So the total thumbs up from me!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a liiiitle too short for my J-Base "style" but it is a solid bag and fits my other one fine. Maybe because my J-B is a Lindo and not Fender/Published 5 days ago by D. J. Hall
Only just fits my Fender Jazz bass, my ibanez fits with ease. Well made.Published 9 months ago by Sara Carter
Good bag with a couple of good sized pockets and at a reasonable pricePublished 10 months ago by mike thomas
Good looking bag. Very sturdy with plenty of padding to hold my bassPublished 13 months ago by Matt Bailey