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Ritter Bags Junior Outdoor LTD
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koyuki23 koyuki23
Publié le 08/23/06 à 14:54
Value For Money : Excellent
I use it for one month
this cover for electric guitar is really very well made, waterproof rain, it has four front pockets to slip a few picks and two or three books of agreements, black
It is very comfortable handle and transport even with my heavy guitar ^ ^
The padding protects the guitar from minor dings and scratches but that's it if you plan to fly with your scraper say goodbye
For 25 we have a quality and solid cover for bringing your guitar: 1) the seller it to improve, Settings ..., 2) with some friends, 3) in a bar to play (please Delete as appropriate ^ ^)
It is well made and can be transported easily and cheaply in the streets and skyscrapers of the city bus, missing a few more pocket to be able to cram a few batteries and cables and it would be all good.
The ratio quality price is excellent
With the experience I would do the same choices the seller advised me that mark I did not know to replace the filthy bag I had with a kit quite frankly I am very happy
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