Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by aleclee, Feb 5, 2006.
Reunion Blues Celebrates 30 Years With Limited Edition Guitar Bags
$$$$ yes! But they do look really cool!
yes, the NOS version is nice, but don't they have a relic?
On the Reunion Blues site, they actually only list one guitar gig bag... I can't find any of their other standard bags anymore, did they stop production or is there something wrong with my browser? www.reunionblues.com
I DO think InCase bags were pricey - and I'd STILL buy one or maybe even two more in a heartbeat if I could get them.
I met this fellow at NAMM in hall E.
He's in Bolivia. I dont think you can beat him for price and quality.
The owner of the company is Johnny Chavez.
I bought one of his leather bags for my 335. Very impressive.
He had some wild stuff to- zebra and real cow hide.
What's cool is he's a small company and deals direct.
I was gonna drop by a pick one up for a LP single/double body style but ran out of time...good that you stopped by his booth, seemed like a nice guy...lot's of gems on the "E" level...
Just "in case" you're on the hunt for some of the first run models...here's a Tour Bag model with the breakaway backpack "new" on eBay. It's not in the current model line. It's not mine, I have no affiliation with the seller just a PSA...
That Incase tour bag is a nice one. I must have gotten mine right before they went incognito. It's kinda' overkill, but it's nice to have so many bells and whistles in a bag. Another thing I like more about this one is that it has no zippered compartments inside the bag with the guitar, which to me is a really stupid place for one. Incase's new bags all see to have one inside the case with the guitar.
Yup- super nice guy.
Regarding the 'InCase' bags- a buddy of mine came by last night with one of the new bags from Body Glove- moisure wicking, removable accessory pack- his was a bass case- but holy cow!
Alec - thanks! I thought they'd stopped producing - this is great!