Gruv Gear Introduces New GigBlade Edge Side-Carry Guitar Bag - BassPlayer.com

Gruv Gear Introduces New GigBlade Edge Side-Carry Guitar Bag

The new GigBlade Edge model boasts many of its siblings’ high-end features – A patent-pending “yin-yang” auto-locking neck brace to stabilize the instrument during transport, and an anti-slip 3” wide shoulder strap for comfort.
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California-based music accessories manufacturer Gruv Gear is proud to announce it’s latest and final addition to its popular GigBlade side-carry guitar bag series. The new GigBlade Edge model boasts many of its siblings’ high-end features – A patent-pending “yin-yang” auto-locking neck brace to stabilize the instrument during transport, an anti-slip 3” wide shoulder strap for comfort, over 20mm of shock-absorbing foam protection, and a tough 600D water-repellent outer shell – Yet the Edge is expected to retail under $100 USD, half the price of the flagship GigBlade 2 model.

Gruv Gear will be located at C-6351 at the 2018 Winter NAMM Show to showcase the new GigBlade Edge among its other thoughtful and innovative music products.

Available in May 2018 through Gruv Gear's global resellers and online at www.gruvgear.com.

About Gruv Gear
Gruv Gear exists to bring innovative and well-thought out products to creative professionals and beyond, including career musicians, DJs, photographers, filmmakers, mobile producers and more. We are on-track not only to become a premium lifestyle accessories brand in the Music/DJ and Photo Industries, which is a small fraction of our potential market, but also expand to a broader range of industries that will increase our global footprint exponentially. To date, Gruv Gear products are distributed in over 51 countries.

Learn more about Gruv Gear by visiting: www.gruvgear.com

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