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New Gear: On-Stage 4990 Series of Guitar/Bass Bags

New Gear- On-Stage 4990 Series of Guitar:Bass Bags

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New Gear: On-Stage 4990 Series of Guitar/Bass Bags

New Gear: On-Stage 4990 Series of Guitar/Bass Bags

On-Stage 4990 Series of Guitar/Bass Bags… Stands Up to Even the Heaviest of Gigging.

 The Music People, a division of Jam Industries USA, LLC, a leading supplier of musical accessories and pro-audio equipment and parent company of On-Stage and TMP-Pro, has debuted its On-Stage 4990 Series of guitar bags.

The series features four models: the GBE4990CG Deluxe Electric Guitar Bag, GBB4990CG Deluxe Bass Guitar Bag, GBA4990CG Deluxe Acoustic Guitar Bag and GBC4990CG Deluxe Classical Guitar Bag. All four bags are available in Charcoal Gray.

Featuring a weather-resistant 600D nylon exterior that defends against the elements, the cases feature a 20mm thick foam padding that prevents impact damage, along with a soft velvet lining that safeguards an instrument’s finish. Two accessory compartments keep picks, capos, tuners and strings within reach.

Backpack-style straps enable hands-free transportation, and a cushioned top handle makes for balanced, comfortable carrying. A two-pull zipper fully opens and closes at either end or any point in between for ease of loading and unloading. Thick rubber padding on the bottom of the bag prevents damage and slipping when resting the bag upright.

“The new 4990 Series of guitar bags deliver exceptional protection for the transportation of a guitarist’s most prized possession — their instrument,” said Christopher Roberts, On-Stage Product Line Manager. “From the extra thick foam padding, to the rugged rubber sole, these bags offer the quality features players have come to expect from On-Stage.”

The bags feature a 600D nylon exterior, 20-mm padding and boast two accessory pockets.

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