The black Multi-Purpose Studio/Gig Bag 25 from Magma Bags is for the on-the-go musician or DJ who needs a completely well-organized, durable and spacious bag to carry his gear. It's rated to hold everything from a large DJ controller such as TRAKTOR S4, VMS4, DN-MC 6000), MIDI/USB 25 keyboard, a drum computer (TR 808/909), one or two audio interfaces as well as other accessories. It can also handle your interface, hard drive, headphones and anything else you might need for a gig. There's also a separate compartment for your 17" laptop.
The bag is made from rugged 1680D ballistic nylon which means that you can get around town in all kinds of weather knowing that your gear will be well protected. The tough exterior is contrasted by its soft fleece interior designed to be gentle on the surfaces of your equipment. Movable dividers allow you to configure the main compartment to suit your gear needs on a day-to-day basis. Handy zippers with pull tabs provide fast opening and closing to all pockets.
Storage-wise, there's an extra large front compartment and dual side pockets with mesh compartments for the small stuff you always need rapid access to. All in all, there are four exterior pockets for gear. There's even room in the lid for additional small items such as an interface, mouse or cables.
Carrying the bag is never a problem. Comfortable, adjustable backpack straps can be hidden inside when not needed. In that instance, use the included shoulder strap or padded top grab handle for quick retrieval. If you're the kind of DJ who travels with a ton of equipment, then you'll appreciate this bag's rear trolley sleeve that can be threaded on to your optional rolling luggage cart. Specifically, this bag is compatible with Magma's optional Multi-Purpose DJ-Trolley.
When it comes to security, you'll appreciate the bag's built-in address tag and ability to accept a user-supplied padlock. You'll find this bag is well-designed, well-organized, durable and easy to carry at only 6.0 lb. It's backed by a one-year warranty from Magma.