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Protection Racket have re-launched their Deluxe Rucksack Cymbal Bag.


The rucksack cymbal bag (Product Code PR6021RS) can be carried like a rucksack, leaving your hands free to carry the rest of your gear. Each ergonomic strap is overstitched with 30mm blinding tape and filled with 5mm PE foam.

 

The cymbal bag now features removable Propile dividers in both outer and inner compartments. Both dividers will separate and hold four cymbals, meaning with four cymbals in each divider and another two either side, a total of six separated cymbals can be carried in each compartment. Planned so you can get each cymbal in without contact where it is ‘nested’ and protected from abrasions and climatic conditions.



The new PR logo embossed AAA zip pulleys are now in satin finished nickel plate steel. In addition the base of each cymbal bag is reinforced with a 12” polyprop protector sewn between the outer Racketex and inner Propadd.

 

It is available in a 24”version in a choice of four colours.

 

No pricing info yet.

 

For further details, see www.protectionracket.com/indexsite.htm.

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