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Thomann E-Bass Gigbag BK

Nylon Gig Bag for Electric Bass

  • Made of high quality materials
  • 20 mm foam padding
  • Inner dimensions (L x W x D): approx. 118 x 35 x 8 cm
  • Floor protection on the bottom
  • Backpack straps
  • With external pocket for accessories and large sheet music pouch
  • Colour: Black

Further Information

Model Universal
Padding (mm) 20 mm
Surface Material Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
Colour Black

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Getting the balance.
McCougar, 28.02.2021
Seems ridiculous to review such a low priced gig bag, but it’s worth saying that it’s reasonably well made and looks as if it will be quite durable.

Balance: being an all purpose electric bass gig bag, it’s likely made to accommodate standard sizes with a long and sometimes top heavy head stock. The Ibanez SR300EB that I bought the bag for is quite a bit smaller and some two inches (5cm) shorter than the bag. When I first put the bass into the bag, the carry handle seemed out of place and was uncomfortable. However, if I slide the bass by those two inches as far as it’ll go into the pointy end of the bag, then the balance changes and the carry handle works well. Just something to remember, if carrying the bass more than a few yards.

The pockets are good. Nothing to complain about there.

Only minor niggle is that the foam in the side walls is cut a bit skimpy, so you can feel the instrument through the fabric in places where the foam in the sides doesn't quite meet the foam in the front and back panels. Room for improvement there, I think.

Still, a good bag for the extremely low price.
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A perfectly sturdy product from Thomann
29.09.2015
The Thomann E Bass Gigbag is a top of the range product and is outstandingly great at fulfilling it's purpose. The bag itself is padded inside with 2 spacious pockets to hold any extra equipment you may need. Since I am using my precision bass mostly for college, This gig bag tends to be my go to for easy transport and has no issues protecting the bass from the horror that is public transport.
Also, for the sake of perspective, i'm carrying with me my 5 string Harley Benton P Bass in the main compartment, and in one pocket i have my lenovo laptop (regular sized laptop, not any special kind of slimline laptop), an A4 notebook and a textbook that is approximately half an inch thick. in the other pocket i have my miditech guitarface interface, a 15 ft cable, tuner, USB cable, brass slide, spare picks and a strap. And at that, the bag itself is perfectly balanced, and retains its centre of gravity brilliantly.
As well as the quality being outstanding, the Thomann E bass gig bag is substantially more reasonably priced than any similar quality products available locally. To put it into perspective 20 euro in my local music store will get you a lightweight bag with no back straps and no padding, 40 euro will get you a much more heavy duty gig bag with back straps, and possibly one pocket.
Thomann E Bass Gigbag would get my personal recommendation any day.
10/10
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Disappointing
Pat the Dog, 21.06.2021
At this price, I didn't have huge expectations but it still comes as a bit of a disappointment.

If the design was less deep, then the instrument would be more secure, but my Harley Benton JB-75 slips around inside the case. The biggest problem is that the body slips down into the gap in the padding where the zip is. The result is that bottom of the instrument has very little protection and it going to take a bump when placed down vertically on the floor.

The overall design is a bit cheap and floppy looking, especially when I put it next to the gig bag that was included with my acoustic guitar.
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Very decent quality for the price
Owlied, 31.01.2018
I bought this to carry around a cheap bass that I'd bought at the same time. I wasn't too worried about that bass getting a couple of knocks because it's only really for recording with, but this gig bag is better quality than I was expecting. The outer fabric seems quite tough, and as for the inner padding, whilst it isn't as thick as you'd want from a higher end gig bag, is very dense and sturdy. I would think that this gig bag is going to protect your bass completely from most knocks it is going to get whilst carried around or transported in a car. I might not trust it in the bag of a van with other sharp corners around, but at the same time would not be overly concerned.
The compartments on the front are really big, and great for carrying cables and books, but strangely they are joined at the sides, rather than the bottom like most gig back pockets, so beware losing things! The buckles seem to be made of cheap plastic so might break eventually from strenuous use but should stand up to day to day use. Some of the stitching and melted joins on the hem are a bit ugly and probably not the strongest, but aren't a major factor for the gig bag's main uses.
Overall, decent quality for the price, and probably better padding than some 'branded' gig bags that are more expensive.
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