Also designed from the ground up, the RW7000 Series features multi-ply construction with an easy to clean, hard wearing outer skin, complemented by matching brass locks and hinges. In addition, all RW7000 Series models have a fully padded plush, contoured, interior. While acoustic and classical models feature an archtop design with full edge binding, electric guitar and bass models also feature the latter with the addition of brass corner protectors. Other features include a built-in accessory compartment, a comfortable, robust carrying handle, restraining straps on the lid and Ritter brand plate.
Ritter has also launched its new improved range of RitterJunior™ musical instrument bags. Benefiting from a new, sleek, minimalist look with improved backpack system and stylish inverted zippers on the accessory pockets, the range now also has padded, more comfortable handles; silver metallic, embroidered zip pulls; plus subtle silver metallic branding. The RitterJunior™ range is offered in night black with a metal mesh application.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ritter-bags.com.
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