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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Cast Episode cast overview: Marla Gibbs Mary Jenkins Hal Williams When you're staying in town, and the trip to the venue doesn't take more than an hour, you may not want to drag around the bulk, weight, and hard edges of a plywood case.
I know I don't—I cannot count how many times I have banged the edge of one of those into the side of my knee, while traversing a narrow doorway, hallway, or any other such tight space.
Electric guitar, horn, ukulele, trumpet, banjo players—and drummers—take heart. Reunion Blues makes cases for you, too. Reunion Blues made a name for itself when it introduced the first professional-level gig bags, in the s, and the company has been making innovations in instrument luggage ever since. The list of specs for the Continental Voyager is mighty impressive:. Here's the video rundown of the features, from Reunion Blues. I'm not sure why I find this so amusing perhaps it is the no-nonsense tone of the voice-over , but it truly underscores the virtues of the Continental Voyager case.
It's a tank. Piping, seams, and riveted joints are all strong and cleanly executed. Welcome bonuses are thicker padding in the lid above the guitar's peg head and bridge, and the addition of two user-configurable interior pads that keep the end pin of your guitar from contacting the bottom of the case, should you drop it accidentally as demonstrated in the video, above.
It won't crack your tail block, Hoss. This bag can take a licking and protect your guitar like no other soft gig bag. The foam neck brace system left , with wide hook-and-loop strap; the user-configurable endpin pads.
The accessory pocket has enough space for up to a inch laptop or tablet, other little pockets for smaller accessories, as well as a loop for a cable, and the quick-stash exterior pocket riding piggyback on the main pocket provides space for other small accessories—notes, digital tuner, capo, extra strings, shoulder strap, picks. Nine years ago, when the Continental Voyager was first introduced, Reunion Blues released this "drop test" video from their headquarters, in Petaluma, California.
Granted, they used a solid-body electric guitar, and heaven knows how the electronics survived the fall, but this should convey a sense of how solid these cases are. See for yourself how the case performed. Had there been an acoustic guitar used in the drop test, it might have experienced a different fate.
However, I have no intentions of dropping my dreadnought from the top of a three-story building in Petaluma, California, or anywhere else in the free world. It should be clear, though, how well the Continental Voyager can absorb the bruises and bumps of a normal commute to your next show and protect your instrument, be it acoustic or electric. The fact that this bag is constructed more solidly than just about any other gig bag I have ever seen or owned, compels me to love it even more, and trust it to carry my beloved dreadnought.