Thomann Keyboard Bag 49-2

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Travel Bag

  • For 49-key MIDI keyboard
  • Made of durable nylon
  • Inner travel bag dimensions: 890 x 280 x 130 mm
  • Inner outer pocket dimensions: 610 x 200 x 50 mm
available since July 2010
Item number 207811
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Length in mm 880 mm
Width in mm 280 mm
Depth in mm 110 mm
Wheels No
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Great bag
Kaspars 20.11.2020
High quality, perfect size for Roland E-Piano GO.
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Does the job
Marcus6718 13.12.2021
It’s a soft bag so don’t expect to much protection. Other than that it works well. It has been reinforced with linings of harder plastic which has a tendency to break but handle the case gently and it shouldn’t be a problem. Got mine for a Motör 49
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Super protective case
Melomaniac 27.12.2021
Great case, just the right amount of protection, love the large storage pocket in front and the carrying straps. Highly recommended for the Roland go:piano and go:keys. It's really the perfect size.
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Good fit for M-Audio Code 49
Anonymous 29.12.2015
Got this as part of the keyboard bundle with the M-Audio Code 49, fits perfectly. The bag is well-made and feels like it can take a bit of a beating, though I wouldn't recommend it for heavy duty travelling. There is some padding there that can cushion against a light impact, but not anything more.

I like the long spacious compartment in front which can fit a thin folder and some light accessories. There is also an additional compartment along the entire back of the bag, and I'm thinking of putting some padding in there for extra protection when I set the keyboard down.

My only gripe is that the strap goes across diagonally from the front to the back of the bag. This makes it somewhat difficult to put the keyboard in as well as take it out, hence I would unhook one side of the strap first whenever I'm getting the keyboard into and out of the bag.
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