On-Stage will debut its new GBU4100 Series of Ukulele Gig Bags during The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, at booth 10713. The new GBU4100 Series features 360 degrees of padded coverage with a highly durable woven outer shell that’s built to withstand the rigors of the road.
Setting the GBU4100 apart from other uke bags is its heavy-duty stitching and bolstered anchor points. A rigid external edge piping retains the bag’s shape so that a player’s ukulele is always in the optimum internal position, surrounded by On-Stage’s time-tested and abuse-absorbing padded armor enclosure.
“The new GBU4100 Series bags are designed with the performing musician in mind,” said Christopher Roberts, Product Line Manager for On-Stage. “The durable woven exterior of the bag holds up against scrapes and scratches, and the reinforced zipper pulls feature extra wide loops on durable nylon cording providing hassle-free operation.”
Available in four different models, the Ukulele Gig Bags also boast both a rugged handle for briefcase-style handling and two adjustable backpack straps for hands-free transport. Zippered pouches ideal for housing tuners, picks, strings and other accessories round out the features of the lightweight bag.
For more information, please visit on-stage.com.
On-Stage is the leading manufacturer of solutions for professional musicians, audio engineers, music producers, touring professionals, DJs and educational institutions. A division of The Music People! Inc., On-Stage was founded on a promise of affordability, durability and innovation. With over 700 products available in more than 80 countries, On-Stage innovations span instrument stands, gear storage and transportation, public address and audio monitoring support, band and orchestral solutions, percussion essentials, creative workstations, podcasting, and more. For more information, please visit on-stage.com or call toll-free at 1-800-289-8889.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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