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Timbal bag 14'' x 80cm - Bahia Steel

Timbal bag 14'' x 80cm - Bahia Steel

Bahia Steel
Item number
A361025
weight (net):
1,5 kg

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Timbal bag for timbals size 14" x 80cm - sturdy transport bag for timbal 14"x 80cm - well... more

Timbal bag 14'' x 80cm - Bahia Steel

item number: A361025
instrument: Timbal
size: 14" x 80 cm
weight (net): 1,5 kg
MPN BS-HTI02

Timbal bag for timbals size 14" x 80cm

- sturdy transport bag for timbal 14"x 80cm
- well padded, water-repellent nylon fabric
- plentily padded and comfortable backpack strap system
- lid compartment for spare 14" head
- good fit

Good quality, well padded and sturdy bag for 14" x 80cm timbals. Transport and weather protection for your instrument with a practical backpack carrying system.

Tip:
How to pack your instrument quick and easy without damaging your bag:
Problems will usually appear if you try and force or push your drum into the bag, the tension rods will very probably damage or even tear the material. Here is how to do it right - put your drum on the floor and gently pull the bag over the top of the instrument so nothing can get stuck.
Our bags are designed with a good fit so they are not too baggy.


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"Bahia Steel"

BAHIA STEEL is distributor for bags for all kinds of percussion instruments. The signature feature of the generously sized bags is the additional, orange exterior compartment and an extra large integrated lid-compartment with a seperate zip.


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