Musicians Tool Kit Bag by Protection Racket
Musicians Tool Kit Bag is a handy utility bag made by Protection Racket, designed to carry all your small tools and accessories.
This bag is designed for all musicians, it is compact bag that allows for organized safekeeping of all your important tools.
The reason why musicians usually do not bring tools is because they don't want to put pointy and sharp tools in the same bag as their instruments or effects. This bag provides a simple answer for that problem. With this bag, you can carry your tools beside you on stage, without worrying of damaging your equipment or losing your tools.
The bag is meant to carry all your guitar tools including, picks, allen wrenches, screws and other sharp objects that you just might save the day when guitar problems come during gigs. It is very ideal to carry specially if doing multiple gigs at different places.
The Musicians Tool Kit Bag measures 15"x12"x3" and it unzips all the way around for convenient access to its main compartment. The inside features six internal zipped pockets that are 100% waterproof. Pens and other sharp tools can also be accommodated by its three elastic holders. It can also be a great spot to put in your snacks. For even more convenience, you can leave the bag fully opened were you can discretely reach it.
Finally, the bag is sturdy and is built for the road. When you zip it, you can be assured that your tools are safe. A traditional central carrying handle makes the bag look inconspicuous and easy to carry.
Protection Racket is currently selling the bag with a price of £16.99.
For more information and to check on the bags and cases that they offer, you can head over to Protection Racket.
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When you consider how much time and effort you put into getting your rig to sound just the way you want, it makes sense to ensure your guitar cables are also up to the job - after all they're an important part of the tone chain. Also remember that occasionally things will go wrong, so always carry at least one spare cable to gigs and rehearsals.