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Alfaia bag 16"x 55 cm - KALANGO
|weight (net):||1,51 kg|
Surdo bag 16" with large outside compartment, zip compartment in the lid and backpack strap-system!
Specifically designed for transport protection, against wheather conditions and for safe storage. The bag is rugged but lightweight and provides fast and convenient protection from the elements and as shock protection.
- Sturdy Surdo bag for 16'' instruments with 50-55 cm height
- Spacious outside compartment for accessories etc.
- Zip compartment for more accessories in the lid
- Adjustable backpack straps-system!
- Comfortable grip for easy carrying
- Solid metal hooks, eyelets and zippers
- Plastic nobs on the bottom of the bag for protection against moisture, water and dirt
- Good fit - if you use paddings on your surdo, take 1 size bigger!
High quality, well padded bag, suitable for all brands of this size we offer on our website.
How to pack your surdo quick and easy without damaging your bag:
If you try and stuff or push your surdo into your bag, the tension rods will very probably tear the material. Here is how to get it right - put your surdo on the floor with the ends of the rods facing down. Then gently pull the bag over the top of the instrument, like this nothing gets stuck and the padding remains unharmed.
We have designed our bags with a good fit so they are not too baggy. If you prefer having more space, please take the next biggest size.
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Under the name our own brand Kalango we offer various accessories, but also instruments and custom-made products, which we develop and produce either ourselves or which are made by different manufacturers according to our ideas and conceptions. These include our custom heads with band logo print, a wide range of bags, straps, surdo stands and a selection of hand welded agogôs with 2 or 4 bells and different designs.
For more than 30 years we have been musicians ourselves and incorporate into our products all the experience, ideas and quality expectations we have gained over the years by playing, being in contact with active musicians from authentic scenes or simply by using ideas we pick up during our travels.