I wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this but so far I've been very impressed. I'd been looking around for ages trying to find a gig bag to replace the one that came with my bass that'd reached the end of the line and was falling to pieces. I looked at all the usual suspects such as Mono and Fusion but I didn't like the designs. Too fussy, too colourful and too stylised. I wanted something simple, compact, lightweight that did the job that didn't cost an arm and a leg. This Gewa gig bag seems to have fit the bill.
I really like the design of it with the tasteful white trim and small orange branding. The pockets are huge - I have to stop myself from weighing myself down with all my peripherals! The build quality seems pretty good, only time will tell how it holds up but as far as I can tell the construction is solid. Zips and stitching seem strong. I also like the neck support and there's plenty of padding for my bass. It feels very secure in there.
As for the cons there are a couple of minor gripes. The backpack strap length adjusters slip quite a lot. This makes it easy to take the bass on and off your back but I find myself constantly having to pull down on the straps when carrying my bass to tighten them up again. It's not a big deal and I've got into the habit of doing it without thinking now. The other thing is the placement of the front handle. I love the fact that it's there but for me it's a bit too low down on the bag and would be better if it were higher up closer to the neck. I'm sure a taller person with longer arms wouldn't find this a problem though.
All in all a great value medium range gig bag that I'd definitely recommend.