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Superior C-267 Trailpak II Openback Banjo Gig Bag
- Luggage-grade 600-denier black ballistic nylon exterior with 12mm padding gives a lifetime of protection against wear and tear
- No-scratch soft gray flannel interior lining ensures a safe, protective fit
- Padded webbed nylon handles and adjustable, padded backpack straps for extra portability
- Multi-stacked exterior pockets with zippered and Velcro closures to hold all your essential accessories
- To learn more, please see our Product Description below
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Presenting the C-267 Trailpak II Open-back Banjo Gig Bag by Superior
Superior Trailpak II Deluxe instrument gig bags have long been considered the Original! There is a design to fit every popular fretted instrument, each has all the top features any player should expect. Durable, luggage-grade nylon protects the exterior and offers a clean look, while the thick 12 mm padding provides optimal instrument protection without being bulky. Topped off with roomy accessory pockets and padded back-pack strap. ..these bags make taking your music on the road a whole lot easier!
Superior Trailpak II gig bags have always been a popular choice with musicians of every type. High-quality luggage grade features provide the maximum level of protection possible while still being convenient to carry, easy to store and also affordable. The zippers are heavy-duty, the storage space available in the stacked multi-functional storage pockets is generous, and the backpack straps still remain the crowning achievement for the brand, and one that has become an industry standard for imitators and Johnny-come-latelies.
A Good Investment
To make a gig bag properly. ..one that will not be a compromise between overall quality and the level of protection you would expect for your instrument. ..you don’t have to cut corners. Superior Trailpak II gig bags have found the winning formula for making high-quality, professional-grade gig bags that are still amazingly affordable. With Superior, you keep your instrument close, safe and secure knowing that it didn’t cost a lot to achieve that level of comfort and confidence in a product.
More about Superior Gig Bags
Every feature of Superior Trailpak II gig bags have been meticulously thought out to assure that your instrument is well protected, and that it offers a level of flexibility and convenience that surpasses the traditional hardshell case design.
Variety and Selection
The highest level of gig bag protection offered by Superior is the Trailpak II series. The variety of bags in his feature-packed series can handle anything life throws at it. With the largest selection of any series we offer, you’ll have no difficulty getting the right one for the job. Even hard to find gig bags like those for Banjo – both resonator and open-back varieties as well as A and F model mandolin. Superior protection defines Superior Value!
Attention to Detail
Superior II Fretted Instrument Gig Bags – Durable Instrument Protection That Fit
If you’re looking for gig bag that is affordable and provides a greater measure of protection for your instrument and still enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a gig bag, then a Superior Trailpak II gig bag is the perfect choice! Most musicians will agree that there is no place safer for your instrument than to be right by your side. ..even better on your back. ..not just to keep it close, but to also allow for the free use of hands to carry all those other things you need for the journey. No matter what instrument you play, each Trailpak II gig bag has all the right features that keeping you and your instrument in mind. With pioneering features like padded backpack straps, combined with a generously padded and protective bag and a host of other features – each are specifically shaped and designed to fit a multitude of fretted instruments. For Superior protection, choose Superior Trailpak II gig bags for all of your instruments.
- Multi-stacked pockets w/zipper or Velcro closure.
- Luggage-grade 600-denier black ballistic nylon w/12mm padding.
- Padded, webbed nylon handle.
- 2 adjustable, padded backpack straps.
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The pockets are perfect for my finger picks and capo.
I’m a beginner player so I knew I was only taking this bag to store my banjo and to and from lessons. This bag gets the job done.
Side notes: I am a lefty, so it’s sometimes it’s a little awkward holding the bag in your left hand because the front pockets gets in the way. Also the back straps are helpful, but they don’t have pockets to put it in so they kind of hang out when you carry the bag around.
There's not a lot of padding inside, but if you're really concerned about how much padding a gig bag has, then buy a case. The outside of the case seems really rugged and well put together. It seems to be well made and has shoulder straps if you ever need them. There are three pockets. There are two that are as big as something that could hold eye glasses or sunglasses; I use those to hold my picks. There is a bigger pouch that could hold a tuner, strap, capo, strings, winder, etc, and still have room left over.
No, there's no way to hold a big music book in the case, but the pockets are suitable for the size of the case itself, and this is perfect for an Openback banjo. Mine is the Deering Goodtime.
inexpensive. Do not hesitate to order if you are looking for a bag/case for your open back banjo. Lots of nice thick padding inside and tough very nice looking outside material. Pockets are nice extra, and the shoulder straps are great for grab and go carry. Get it!!! you will not be sorry.