The outer covering of this keyboard gig bag is heavy-duty 440D twill nylon to lock out dirt and spills. Inside, foam padding absorbs the bumps of normal handling. Edges and handles are made of thick p... Read More
The outer covering of this keyboard gig bag is heavy-duty 440D twill nylon to lock out dirt and spills. Inside, foam padding absorbs the bumps of normal handling. Edges and handles are made of thick parachute webbing for extra strength and durability. Includes carry handle, shoulder strap, and double jumbo zippers. Bag fits full-sized, 88-note keyboards.
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This bag is HUGE. The over-the-shoulder strap hooks are not rated for the weight of the average 88 note keyboard. After the second use, the strap hooks came out of the bag because they were bent. Luckily, I was setting it down when it let go. My FA08 weighs 36lbs and is too much for the straps. Although the bag is affordable, the dimensions are way too big for my liking. The padding is sufficient, but there is no structural integrity. Before the strap hooks broke, the bag used to wrap around the keyboard like it was in a towel. I see a hard shell in my future. For the price, this bag is good in a pinch... but not for carrying long distances.
I needed a bag for transporting my Yamaha P-60 in the car when I recently moved, so I wasn't looking for anything like a bag for regular use. If I was, I'd probably invest in something a bit sturdier. The bag itself is well-made enough, has nice padding, but it fits the P-60 really loose: the P-60 is narrower than this bag is designed for. So you have to careful how you pick it up because the piano will move around inside the bag quite a bit. The shoulder strap broke pretty much the first time I used it, and the hand grip carrying handles are such that if you carry your piano with your arm fully extended your piano will drag on the ground, so you have to make an effort to hold it up away from the ground when carrying it. But I figured out a way to gerry-rig the shoulder strap, the bag got the job done that I bought it for, and it only cost $50. If I were a real piano player hauling equipment around to gigs, I couldn't imagine getting anything less than a hard-side case that fit my keyboard more snugly.
We're talking about value here, so I won't talk down on the bag, its large size, padding or sewing construction for the amazing price. I do have to warn people who expect the shoulder strap attachment rings to hold up under the weight of a Yamaha M08 or larger 88 key bag. One ring pulled open on my first lift out of the car and that is without bouncing much. If I hadn't had my arm through the substantial handles it would have hit the ground. Once inspecting the ring, I noticed that it is mild steel and instead of returning it, replaced the rings with some 1/4' galvanized wire from a chain link fence bent in a circle. This is thicker and there is no chance of it spreading open IMO.
We were looking for a heavy duty gig bag for our Yamaha 88 key key board. When I found this gig bag on the web we felt that it would fit our needs. The gig bag is just a little too wide, but we filled the extre space with two strips of foam rubber, that prevented the keyboard from moving side to side in the bag. The padding inside the bag is thick enough to prevent the keyboard from damage during transport to and from gigs. The 3 compartment side pocket is large enough to not only fit the music book but also the power supply and sustain pedal, 3 tin whistles, and there's more room left. We took the shoulder strap off, because of the weight of the keyboard. We use the hand strap which is adequate to carry the keyboard. If any one is looking for a gig bag for a 88 key keyboaard, this is the one, right price and well built.
Nicely made bag I am going to add a couple of straps around the bottom of the bag because I feel the shoulder strap will eventually rip from the weight of my MO8. Plenty of room for all your cords, and accesories.
This is a very nice Keyboard gig bag.. At first, I didn't think this would fit my Yamaha YPG-535 88 Keyboard Digital Grand Piano.. but it's does, and very heavy duty and light at the same time.
Like previous review...confirming this bag is humongous! The length is OK, but it is far too wide and deep to provide any protection for a smaller board. (my 88 keyboard measures 54X14X5) Sure, the price is great, but be aware that this bag is really really big!
I bought this bag for my Korg SP1000. There is no aftermarket bag that fits the SP1000 perfectly, so I bought this one instead. I'll be using it to transport the keyboard back and forth to an open mic I host on Sundays. It's way way too big for a narrow keyboard, but I have to say, it is plenty tough, and the handle is well constructed. This bag would make an excellent container for speaker poles and mic stands, too. Your mics and cables will fit easily into the storage compartments. If you have some extra packing foam around, you could fashion an insert out of it to fill the extra volume.