Reunion Blues RBX Gig Bags
Guitar case manufacturer Reunion Blues introduces the RBX gig bags, featuring a new lightweight, portable and protective design.
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Utilizing their almost 40 years of experience, the new RBX series combines quality protection, a sleek look and an affordable price tag to make it a practical tool for active musicians.
Reunion Blues guitar cases are known for their impressive drop test videos, showcasing the strength and reliability of their products. The RBX series features the same protection, albeit lighter and more portable.
The quilted Chevron exterior of the gig bag is not just aesthetically good, it is also designed to protect the instrument from the usual bumps and hits during travels. This sturdy exterior works together with the padded Blue Luster lining to ensure your guitar is in good shape when you open up your bag to play.
Each bag utilizes the RBX Protection System, surrounding your guitar with protective and lightweight multi-layer foam along with strategically placed impact panels. These panels will protect the guitar when traveling by car, train, bus or bike - while also being conveniently light. For neck protection, Reunion Blues added a dense foam neck cradle and endpin rest to ensure that the guitar is safe within the bag.
Other features of the gig bag include padded back straps, integrated subway grip, and Reunion Blues' signature Zero-G handle. A large front pocket is provided for carrying accessories, small effects and cables. The pocket also features a cable loop and organizer to help you sort through your gear.
Dave Andrus, Director of Product Development, had this to say: "The RBX Series represents a fusion of our passion for quality, and the desire to make an affordable, lightweight, and protective gig bag perfect for musicians on the go."
The RBX guitar gig bags are scheduled for release this month, with cases for percussion and brass instruments on the works for release in April of 2014. The price range will start from $100 to $120. Visit Reunion Blues for more information.
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