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Martin Ritter has launched several new lines of bags.

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The Madarozzo 2012 Gig Bag Couture now comprises 250 different products available in a variety of designs, feature sets, price points and colours. These include bags that will fit instruments from soprano ukulele, concert ukulele and banjo to all standard acoustic and electric guitar shapes.

 

Madarozzo also manufacturers bags for acoustic bass, V-shaped electric guitars, and semi-acoustic guitars along with headless and super-size jumbos, as well as bags for more unusual shapes. Players wanting to transport more than one guitar are also covered 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 and feature non-scratch lining.

 

Other features include a padded handle and mobile phone pouch, while some offer a backpack system, anti-wear base protector panels and up to 40mm ultra thick padding.


For more information visit: www.madarozzo.com

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Benefitting from a “retro-fashion look”, incorporating leatherette applications with backpack system and waist strap, the HÉRGÉT range offers a detachable MP3/cell phone pouch, reflective safety strips and bindings, all round super-jumbo piping, along with storage space. Other features are an anti-wear base protector panel with added diamond bumpers, polyester bridge and headstock protectors, polyester end-pin protection, large neck positioned pedal pouch, large A4 music pouch, and additional front accessory pocket with a padded lap-top pouch.

 

Made from luggage grade 1680D Polyester, the HÉRGÉT range is offered in Black and Olive Green, and features 40mm padding and non-scratch lining.

 

The HÉRGÉT range is available for classical guitar, dreadnought guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar and a universal fit for banjo.

 

For more information visit: www.herget.co

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The LØRZ gig bag range comprises a small range of 6 different models, all of which are available in 'Tartan Look’ and 'Quilted Look’. These include shaped gig bags that will fit classical guitars, dreadnought guitars, electric guitars and bass guitars, along with wedge shaped bags for electric and bass guitars with more unusual shapes.

 

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, as well as a backpack and storage.


For more information visit: www.lorz.co

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