The Rawhide bag evokes the serene beauty of the west, featuring an embossed motif in contrasting rustic brown and classic black leathers, while the luxurious sandstone brown and espresso hued crocodile finish speaks to the well-travelled professional. Features include hand-selected leathers that are carefully matched by experienced craftspeople, meticulous straight line stitching, in-sewn seams, adjustable dual shoulder straps, double zipper pulls, brushed steel hardware, leather string guards, brushed steel feet on the bottom, and 1" thick ultra-dense protective foam padding, to insure that a prized instrument is safe at home, on the range, or deep in urban jungle. All Reunion Blues bags include an industry leading 7 year warranty.
Reunion Blues broke new ground when they introduced "the Ultimate" gig bag in 1976. Musicians leaped at the opportunity to carry their instruments in a lightweight bag with substantial protection. Reunion Blues continues to forge ahead with innovative designs created for player convenience and a classic appearance that will be treasured for years to come.
For more information, visit their web site at www.reunionblues.com.
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