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The Keyboard 04 Gig Bag with Backpack Straps from Fusion-Bags is designed to store and transport keyboards and synthesizers with 49 to 61 keys. This gig bag features ergonomic backpack straps with an integrated audio pouch in addition to adjustable shoulder straps with a shoulder pad. The bag's interior is lined with 0.59" high-density foam padding throughout. Accessory pockets on the front of the bag allow you to store cables, music, flat pedals, and other accessories. Inside the bag there is a sleeve that can be tightened to secure the keyboard or synthesizer in place and four soft velvet-mix padded blocks, measuring 2 x 2" each, which can be positioned inside the bag to ensure a snug fit. This gig bag is also water-resistant.
Hardwearing polyester material
Large zipped compartments for accessories
Commuter friendly reflective piping
Color coordinated inverted zippers
Adjustable webbing handles with D ring
Adjustable shoulder straps
All straps and clips can be stored away inside the back padded panel
Heavy duty clips and buckles
The four cushioned high-density foam blocks can be moved to desired position to accommodate various sizes of keyboards
Adjustable security belt to hold the keyboard in place whilst in transit
Textured reinforced base
Padded carry-support area for comfort
In the Box
Fusion-Bags Keyboard 04 Gig Bag with Backpack Straps (49 - 61 Keys)
4 x Foam Blocks
Limited 2-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Outer: Polyester Inner: Soft, non-scratch nylon
Backpack straps Adjustable shoulder straps
Type of Closure
Internal: 41.14 x 12.60 x 4.33" (1045 x 320 x 110 mm) External: 42.32 x 13.78 x 5.51" (1075 x 350 x 140 mm)
0.6" (15 mm) thick
4.96 lb (2.25 kg)
Fusion-Bags Keyboard 04 Gig Bag with Backpack Straps (49 - 61 Keys) Review