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Gator G-PG Bass Guitar Double Bag

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Professional Electric Bass Gig Bag

  • For 2 electric basses
  • Padding: 25 mm
  • ProGo Ultimate Series
  • Carrying handles on the side and front
  • Detachable and adjustable backpack straps
  • Micro-fleece interior
  • Internal block shock absorber
  • Highly robust inner padding
  • Pocket for tablet computer
  • Large outer pocket with cable management and 3 inner pockets
  • Weight approx. 5.0 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Rain cover included

Internal Dimensions

  • Body length: 533 mm
  • Body height: 89 mm
  • Lower width: 381 mm
  • Centre width: 305 mm
  • Upper width: 330 mm
  • Total length: 1194 mm
Model 2x E-Bass
Surface Material Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
Colour Black
available since December 2014
Item number 346390
£133
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
Available shortly (2-5 days)
Available shortly (2-5 days)

This item has been ordered with our suppliers and should be in our warehouse in the next few days.

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97 Customer Reviews

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A few tweaks from perfection
Anonymous 06.03.2016
Pro's:
- Well made. High quality build.
- Luxuriant inner, if you were small enough it would be nice to sleep in.
- Carries two basses of all lengths, with ease.

Minor gripe:
The fleece lined ipad / tablet holder is not removable and wastes space. It ONLY fits a tablet, so if you don't use one, it's redundant.

Major Issue for public transport giggers;
Shoulder straps fix onto the case with large carabiner clips (allowing you to adjust the height the case sits on your back). These metal clips sit right on your shoulder line, and with the weight of two basses digging in, you wouldn't want to spend much time with this on your back. (Mono do this SO much better by stitching fixed anchor points)

Given 2 basses usually means important gig, you're generally going by car, so this might not be an issue for most.

Next to my (single) Mono Vertigo, I prefer Gator's interior, and the additional storage. The Shoulder strap issue means I'll continue committing the Mono when carrying 1 bass.
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I was lookin for a safe way to travel with two basses .. and I found it
Phunkateer 14.09.2018
I was lookin for a safe way to travel with two basses .. and I found it

I must say I'm satisfied with this gig bag It's well builded the padding inside makes it very resistant, velvet super soft interior, water proof exterior and heavy duty zippers are just amazing and its not just that!
but the most important part for me was the handling bars and the straps, and I'm impressed with the good quality sewing and mats!
the only thing I have to say on this gig beside the clear heavy duty of it is that it weights kinda a lot, it's around 5kg empty, I have 6 string and a Marcus Miller both weights around 5kg each so it adds up to a whipping 15kg/17kg + bass head, jacks and whatnot I go around the 20kgs which for me It's ok but might be too much for someone else!
beside the wight I'm very happy with it now I can fly with a bit more of peace of mind
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Great Case
Ashdan 31.03.2020
With my 2 jazz bass, 4 and 5 strings weighs 16 kg.
This is the best case I could expect for this money.
Light but safe.
I recommend it to every traveling musician.
Braces hold the cover well on the back.
Lots of storage and pockets. great material inside. Execution and finishing also a revelation.

Cons; i don't see any
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Awesome gig bag
Thor73 07.06.2017
Overwhelmed by this amazing product, half the price of similar gig bags that can hold 2 bass guitars, plenty of storage space, and comfortable to carry even when fully loaded.
Haven't found any problems yet, although I have been told by another owner that the caribiner style clips that hold on the back pack straps are worth replacing as they are a weak point.
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