GigBlade™ 2

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World's First Side-Carry Hybrid Guitar Bag.

  • Grab your guitar and go with the amazing new GigBlade™, the most revolutionary gig bag ever designed. Its unique side-carry approach offers the quickest, most practical and user-friendly way to carry your instrument. Staying closer to the ground, it keeps a low center of gravity so it feels more stable and natural. The top never sticks out above your head so you won't have to duck under doorways, and having the bag against your side means it won't bounce on your legs, staying clear out of the way while you walk. Offers both quick load and full clamshell access for ultimate versatility. Simple, intuitive, genius!

    New for GigBlade 2 models:

    • New grippy shoulder strap to prevent slipping
    • Expanding main pocket to hold more gear
    • More ergonomic backpack mode with optional 2nd shoulder strap
    • Weather Cover now included as a standard accessory
    • Ergonomic side-carry approach is the ultimate in convenience.
    • Low center of gravity makes your gear feel like half the weight.
    • Strong 1680D nylon yet lightweight.
    • StrapFlat™ long pocket saves space and helps extend the life of your guitar strap.
    • Adjustable foam bars for a customized fit (optional on Acoustic Guitar model)
    • Removable neck brace doubles as a headrest during string changes and other maintenance.
    • Hybrid case design for world-class protection for your instrument.
    • Top pocket stores up to 4 pedals and large side pocket fits up to a 15" laptop.
  • Electric Guitar GigBlade
    • Inner length: 41" / 104.1cm
    • Inner width (bottom): 15.5" / 39.3cm
    • Weight: 5.7 lbs / 2.6 Kgs
    • Outer material: Waterproof 1680D nylon
    • Inner material: Faux fur, durable 600D polyester scratch panels

    Electric Bass GigBlade
    • Inner length: 49" / 124.4cm
    • Inner width (bottom): 15.5" / 39.3cm
    • Weight: 6.2 lbs / 2.8 Kgs
    • Outer material: Waterproof 1680D nylon
    • Inner material: Faux fur, durable 600D polyester scratch panels

    Acoustic Guitar GigBlade
    • Inner length: 42" / 106cm
    • Inner width (bottom): 16" / 41cm
    • Weight: 6.8 lbs / 3.0 Kgs
    • Outer material: Waterproof 1680D nylon
    • Inner material: Faux fur, durable 600D polyester scratch panels

    335 Guitar GigBlade
    • Inner length: 43" / 109cm
    • Inner width (bottom): 17" / 43cm
    • Weight: 6.0 lbs / 2.7 Kgs
    • Outer material: Waterproof 1680D nylon
    • Inner material: Faux fur, durable 600D polyester scratch panels




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JJ
07/13/2019
Joshua J.
United States United States
Best case ever

This is my second gigblade, the original gigblade was good, but the new is absolutely amazing! It’s so sturdy, so comfortable, doesn’t slide off your shoulder, it’s super stylish, and it’s innovative! You can rest assured that your instrument is safe and that you will enjoy walking around with this case on your shoulder. Buy this gig bag, it will change how you travel!

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DN
06/07/2019
David N.
United States United States
Third Bag!

I couldn't be happier with my GruvGear GigBlade 2 bags. I've got one for bass, one for electric, and most recently the 335-size bag that is a perfect fit for my Godin Montreal Premiere hollow-body. The pockets work for everything I carry with me, including my iPad, in-ears, tuner, capo, and more. Thank you, GruvGear, for the awesome bags!

"I found myself opting for the speed and convenience of the side-carry and wondering why no one had thought of this before."

Kevin Johnson, NoTreble.com



"There is simply nothing else in the market that offers the GigBlade’s functionality, back relief, or storage. From exterior to interior, each element of the design has been meticulously engineered through research on actual gigging musicians and their needs."

JOSH MARTIN, MIXDOWNMAG.COM

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