With a pair of closet rail hooks and nylon web straps, you can hang the gigbag on a standard closet rod. You can, of course, remove the hooks when you venture out with the guitar bag and the straps double as your standard shoulder straps too.
There are also four mesh pockets sewn on the front face of the bag, which you can use to store accessories from cables to slides and more. Keep in mind, though, that protection on these pockets is quite bare, so you might not want to store anything fragile in them when heading outside.
The bag itself has a tough polyester exterior and a soft tricot interior lining to protect your instrument from scratches and other surface damage. Meanwhile, a ventilation grommet is built in to help with humidity control, especially important for when storing instruments long-term.
Check out a product demo from Gator below:
These bags come in three variants, one for electric guitars, one for acoustics and one for bass guitars. They’re available in grey for $39.99 each.
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