Humes & Berg Galaxy Grip Bag Stick and Mallet Bag

Model: HUM-GRIP-BAG

Availability: In Stock

$49.95

The Humes & Berg Grip Bag free standing mallet bag puts all of your mallets and sticks in easy reach. The weighted, molded plastic base allows the Grip Bag to stand up straight even when it’s empty. The entire top of this cylind...
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Humes & Berg Galaxy Grip Bag Stick and Mallet Bag - Product Information

The Humes & Berg Grip Bag free standing mallet bag puts all of your mallets and sticks in easy reach. The weighted, molded plastic base allows the Grip Bag to stand up straight even when it’s empty. The entire top of this cylindrical bag opens up so all your mallets can easily be seen and accessed. Set it next to your setup on the floor and you have easy access to all your mallets. The interior is divided up into four distinct pockets so you can easily sort your sticks and mallets to best suit your needs. A convenient shoulder strap is also included.

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Grandson was thrilled

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I ordered this product for our grandson for his birthday. He had seen it used by another musician, and thought it was great. So ordered it for him. Now he can have all his sticks, and mallets in one place, and easy to carry. Good price, and good quality.

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5.00

Fantastic!

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So far, this is exactly what I was looking for. Great for travel and concert gigs. This is not going to hold everything you own, so you have to know what implements you prefer and limit it a little. Currently, I have loaded with 3 sets of 4 marimba mallets and a pair of bass marimba mallets, 6 pairs of various drumsticks, a pair of brushes, 5 pairs of various xylo mallets, a pair of bell mallets, a pair of vibe mallets, and a pair of timpani mallets, as well as some necessary accessories (timpani mutes, moon gels, pencils, tuner, time key, drum key, etc.), and I have room to spare. The bottom is weighted so it stands up on it's own when open, even empty or lightly loaded. However, the weight increase from the weighted bottom is negligible, because even when it's as loaded down as I have it, it's not overly heavy. You can tell they put a lot of thought into the design of this bag. Time will tell on durability, but everything seems over-engineered or heavy duty, so I don't think it will be a problem. Also, the weighted bottom is plastic and holds it shape, but the rest of the case is semi-firm, so it will give if you pile a bunch of stuff on it. I don't do that, so it's not a problem, but some people want things they can run over with a car.

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Good so far

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Sturdy and nice looking. Only a little too heavy for a student carrying many other things daily but so far entirely worthy.

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4.00

A MUST HAVE

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As a percussion major this bag comes in a lot of handy when I don't want to lug around my whole collection of mallets in my larger bag . I can take it to rehearsals and concerts and keep it right next to me for quick stick/mallet changes when desired; it's great that it stands up on its own making it easier to grab/switch mallets without having crouch down while also keeping your equipment off the floor. I keep drum keys, a tuning fork, moon gel, and other necessities in the pockets which are large enough for temporary needs. You may have to limit over stuffing this bad however, my first one teared at the top handle but the company sent me a replacement and said the first was faulty.

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4.00

Perfect

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Don't waste your money on the giant Tuxedo bags. Unless your mallets are made of gold, those plush pockets are useless and only add weight. I can fit everything I have in my tuxedo bag in this case, plus everything is easier to see and reach for, as it has multiple extra pockets and even a place for your triangle beaters! It's lightweight, looks cool and it stands up on its own. It's the orchestral percussionist's bag, all grown up. The only problem with it is that everyone will ask you, confused, why you are carrying a trumpet.

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