Padded Gig Bag for NS Design Bass (2 Models)
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- To Continental US (Lower 48)
Need a new bag for your NS Design bass? We have the OEM bags available.
They're highly functional, with robust fabric for the outer surface and lining, dense padding, solid hardware, and a fancy embroidered logo. Well-appointed, it's the same bag that is included with the newest WAV and NXT basses.
Includes a bow pocket, a small accessory pocket (for rosin, tuner, etc.) and a large separate side pocket to hold the stand or endpin.
If you are planning on buying an NS Design bass, know that one of these bags is INCLUDED with all NS Design Bass Models.
Internal dimensions (conservatively measured):
- length: 53.5"
note that corners are rounded at top and bottom
- width: 6" at bass tapering gradually to 4" at pegbox end
- depth: 4"
We also have the version that comes with the CR-grade basses. It's more expensive - but the overall quality of the bag is better, with more robust materials and stitching. Stock levels can vary; if it's available to add to your cart, it should be in stock and available to ship.
Sure the upgraded model costs more, but since the cheaper case hasn't been available for a very long time now, I called Gollihur and found out that the upgraded case works for the NXT too. Same general design as my original case (from 15 years ago) but much better padding, and better reinforcement in several areas. I upgraded the stand years back and the heavier stand was literally tearing that case apart at the seams. I feel like this one will hold up much better. I am incredibly happy with this, and if your NXT case is falling apart, you will be too!
I went through 2 NS branded gig bags (handles tearing off, zippers breaking, etc.) in 2 years. That being said I made my own gig bag from a gun case. Foam fitted, excellent but one problem, it was too heavy (I'm an amputee). I bought a 3rd NS gig bag from Gollihur almost a year ago and it is still in great shape. The difference between the 3rd gig bag and the first two gig bags is that the material seems tougher, the sewing & handles are improved and it came with a detached piece of foam to but behind the headstock. Another thing I noticed is the white "NS" label is on the lower pocket velcro flap instead of the top of the gig bag (like the 1st 2 terribly made gig bags were). Just my experience with NS NXT4A. Thanks Gollihur!