Overall ths is a very nice gig bag. Extremely sturdy and surprisingly light, this thing makes having a hard case seem quite pointless (except maybe for flying), which is exactly what I was hoping for.
I went for the vertigo instead of the "normal" case mostly because the top loading feature seemed interesting and the front pocket looked like it could fit a bit more stuff, like a binder full of notes (a big binder proved to be just slightly too much if you want to be able to fully close the zipper). The top loading feature is nice, I had slight problems sliding my bass in with a huge leather strap but a smaller neoprene strap slips in quite nicely. Only time will tell if the inside is going to wear out from the bridge, switches and other sharp parts being slid in and out but so far so good. The rubber bottom is awesome, keeps the bass from sliding when stored upright on more slippery surfaces and seems like it will take quite a bit of beating from asphalt, gravel and other rough surfaces.
The biggest issue I have with this case is probably storage space. Now the front pocket couldn't get much wider than what it is, but because it's solid on the right side with the zipper going only to the left, it doesn't open up that much. This makes it harder to reach the bottom of the pocket or scan through a bunch of notes to find the ones you need that night. Also there is no top pocket or any other suitable little pocket for storing pencils, earplugs, allen keys and other tiny gadgets I tend to carry around with my bass. This for me means I'll probably need to buy the little accessory bag (M80-TK) that attaches to the middle part of the case, just so I can get a little more storage space and make things that much easier.
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