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Liberty One Jumbo Mallet Bag With Backpack

Model: SW-MALLETBAG

Availability: In Stock

$29.95

The Liberty One Jumbo Mallet Bag, made of durable nylon, is superior to almost all other mallet bags. Additional padding has been added to the walls of the bag to provide extra protection for your sticks and mallets. A large front pocket ...
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Liberty One Jumbo Mallet Bag With Backpack - Product Information

The Liberty One Jumbo Mallet Bag, made of durable nylon, is superior to almost all other mallet bags. Additional padding has been added to the walls of the bag to provide extra protection for your sticks and mallets.

A large front pocket allows the carrying of sheet music, method books or accessories. Top and side handles allow the bag to be carried in any orientation. Detachable backpack straps are also included, allowing unprecedented carrying flexibility.

The spacious interior features 12 pockets (in 2 rows), that will allow you to fit a lot of mallets. This bag is slightly smaller then the full size tour bag, which makes it much more manageable without sacrificing too much carrying capacity. Interior hooks allow the bag to be hung from an instrument.

Closed Dimensions: 16" x 21"
Open Dimensions: 32" x 21"

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Pretty great bag

Comments:

I would definitely recommend this bag to someone who is an experienced percussionist with a moderate mallet collection that isn't as huge as professionals'. It's plenty big to fit all the essentials for college percussion. I like the amount of space in the front pocket, and the backpack straps are a nice touch. I personally use the side handle instead of the backpack straps, but that's just me. I only wish there was a little bit of padding on the inside flap that covers the sticks and mallets. The rough nylon started wearing down some drum set sticks I have used a lot. Also don't try to stuff too many sticks and mallets in each pocket since the pockets are stitched pretty darn tight. One of the bottom pockets in the one I got ripped open after a couple weeks, but honestly that wasn't a huge deal for me since I usually don't open the entire bag to grab my sticks. Overall, very good for the price.

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Posted By:

Tanner Johnson

Rating:

4.00

Okay

Comments:

Awesome Mallet Bag for the price!!

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Posted By:

Jorge Mujica

Rating:

5.00

Very good starter

Comments:

This is a very solid starter bag for percussionist. It is cheap and reliable compared to other more expensive bags.

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Posted By:

Carlos Martinez

Rating:

5.00

Exactly what I was looking for

Comments:

For twenty nine bucks, this mallet bag does everything I need it to. The size isn't HUGE, but it's bigger than the leather "Kaces" bag I had before (that was bending up all my sticks and mallets). I trust the material, and I like how everything fits inside. Minor gripes: the backpack straps are removable by a button... and they release with the lightest touch. I had the strap release on me when I was grabbing the strap by the bottom, but now I just know not to do that. No biggie, but I would have preferred regular side-release plastic buckles. I am glad that the outer pocket holds big music folios... and it would be PERFECT if it were a little roomier to hold moongels, triangle clips, towels, and other accessories comfortably. These items DO fit, but it's tight. Overall, however, I am very happy with the bag and I can live with the minor gripes. For the cost, it can't be beat.

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Posted By:

Phil

Rating:

5.00

Great Size, Poor durability

Comments:

This bag was a great idea, and was big enough to hold nearly all of what I need for college. However, after about two months of use, when it was half full, the handles broke on the bad. I contacted Steve Weiss and had it replaced, with no problem, and shortly after I purchased a Tuxedo XL Pro mallet bag.

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Posted By:

Eli Henry

Rating:

2.00
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