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Madarozzo introduced its 2010 Gig Bag Couture, a unique range of guitar and fretted instrument gig bags designed and manufactured by Martin Ritter.

The Madarozzo 2010 Couture of guitar and fretted instrument bags now comprises 85 different products available in a variety of designs, price points and colours.

These include bags that will fit everything from banjo, mandolin and ukulele to all standard guitar shapes. Madarozzo also manufacturers bags for acoustic bass, v-shaped electric guitars, semi acoustic guitars along with headless models, super-size jumbos, as well as bags for more unusual shapes.

Players wanting to transport more than one guitar are also catered for with bags that accommodate two electric guitars or two electric basses.

All bags, which offer headstock, bridge and endpin protection zones are made from luggage grade polyester. Other features include a padded handle and mobile phone pouch, while some offer a professional backpack system.

For more information, visit www.madarozzo.com.
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