And now for something completely different… Kaces is launching a new Razor Series multi-pocket guitar bag sporting a very unique 3-D “razor slash” look that is sewn right into the exterior.
These new Razor Multi-Pocket bags bring a combination of ample storage and sleek design, with a protective 20mm padded ballistic nylon exterior. Built-in adjustable padded back pack straps are also included, along with multiple pockets, and stylish deep red accents.
Available for electric, bass, acoustic and classical style guitars.
Kaces is launching 2 new professional quality double instrument bags, one to fit two electric guitars and the other to accommodate two bass guitars. These new double bags are made extremely tough with a 600D polyester exterior and overstuffed with 20mm foam padding to protect your instruments from the daily rigors of the road.
Both bass and electric models include multiple front panel pockets for holding strings, tuners, picks, cables and other tools of the trade. They also feature 2 ergonomic carrying handles, two individual instrument compartments separated by a protective 20mm padded divider, and hideaway padded back straps for easy portability.
Model #KEE&2 Double Electric
Model #KBB82 Double Bass
Kaces is expanding it’s popular line of Polyfoam Band Instrument Cases with the addition of several new color options for Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax and Trumpet. Features include heavy duty bolted handles, ergonomic back pack straps, mp3 player pocket with headphone port, and a 6 year limited warranty. New colors include Dark Purple, Dark Red and Dark Blue.
For more information about all Kaces brand bags and cases for band instruments, pro audio, percussion and fretted instruments, visit www.kaces.com or call 800-950-1095.
Kaces has a new web site (but you already knew that) and, while performing a random search for it, we srtumbled across this “other” Kaces web site CLICK. No relation except that we are both into promoting the arts. It’s called the Korea Arts & Education Service. Pretty cool.
As promised, here is the result of our visit to one of the GNG graduation ceremonies last week. We honestly had to hold back the tears a couple of times when these kids started jamming. – Bless you GNG… and long live Making Music!