Mid-Bag Suspension System reduces the risk of dings or dents.
Gard Bags have long been a favorite among musicians at all levels needing quality protection at a reasonable price. The Mid-Bag Suspension Bari Saxophone bag builds upon this popularity. In ordinary bags, the music instrument rests on the bottom of the bag. If dropped, the protruding parts are likely to be dented. Using strategically placed blocks of padding, the Mid-Bag Suspension series "suspends" your instrument away from the sides. This suspension system reduces the risk of dings or dents if the bag knocks into a wall or is dropped from a short distance. Like all Gard Bags, the Mid-Bag Suspension series features a water-resistant nylon or buffalo leather exterior, rugged zippers, soft interior flap to protect the instrument from the zipper, and a shoulder strap that can convert into a backpack-like strap. Pockets on the exterior of the case are also useful for holding music and accessories. This bag fits a baritone saxophone with a low A.
This EM Series bag features a dual-zipper design with the zippers facing the ground.
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Comments about Gard Mid-Suspension EM Low A Baritone Saxophone Gig Bag:
This gig bag seems to be very well built and even includes a padded external pouch for accessories. All strap/handle attachment points are thick leather, reinforced, etc. However, I was disappointed with the fit of the bag. For lack of a better description, it's like trying to position an Unwieldy Instrument into a 3' long hotdog bun. This must be done from an upright (not horizontal) position. To place the instrument in (or remove it from) the case, the double zippered flap must be undone, causing the case to lose most of its structural integrity. What happens next is an event not unlike a giant banana peel unfurling into one's music room floor. The open flap of the case has nowhere to go-- so look out. I don't doubt that these cases are excellent for the smaller variety of instruments (trumpets, alto saxes, piccolos, and the like), but one should not attempt to wrangle a baritone sax into this thing lest they hurt themselves or the horn in the process.
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