Specifically designed for the instrument, RitterClassic double bass bags are offered in two models for quarter and full size models, in a choice of colours and designs at different price points. Made from water-repellent polyester, all come with professional backpack systems and thickly padded, fully adjustable back and waist straps, which work in conjunction with a 25mm lumbar support for added comfort and protection.
Other features are non-scratch plush interiors, anti-wear base panel, high-density foam inserts, full length impact protection zones and all round padding, reflective safety straps, accessory and music pockets, along with a pouch to hide the straps when not in use.
RA7000 Series Hardshell CasesThe RA7000 Series is the first in a new line of precision moulded, hardshell guitar cases from Ritter.
The RA7000 Series features an easy to clean, hard wearing resin skin, complemented by matching nickel hardware and full aluminium valance. In addition, all RA7000 Series models have a fully padded plush, contoured, black interior. Other features include a built-in accessory compartment, a comfortable, robust moulded carrying handle, multiple hinged lid with restraining straps and Ritter brand plate.
Guitar & Fretted Instrument BagsDesigned from the ground up, the Ritter range of guitar and fretted instrument bags now comprises a staggering 150 different products available in a variety of designs, price points and colours. These include bags that will fit everything from banjo, mandolin and ukelele to all standard guitar shapes.
Ritter also designs bags for acoustic bass, Flying V models, ES-335 and Explorer, along with headless models, super-size jumbos, as well as bags for those radical shapes it's almost impossible to find. Players wanting to transport more than one guitar are also catered for with bags that accommodate two electric guitars or two electric basses. All bags offer headstock, bridge and endpin protection zones and incorporate an anti-wear base section and are made from water-repellent polyester.
Other features include reflective safety straps and mobile phone pouch, while some offer audio ports and a professional backpack system.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ritter-bags.com.
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