#1
I'm thinking of adding/removing certain parts from my gig bag so it'd suit my needs better (and so i can make it look cooler).

Does anybody know what materials are used to make a gig bag? Any tips?
#2
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I'm thinking of adding/removing certain parts from my gig bag so it'd suit my needs better (and so i can make it look cooler).

Does anybody know what materials are used to make a gig bag? Any tips?


What could you possibly remove from a gig bag? O_o

The straps to use for when you are walking and you can put it on your back?

Well, to make it look cooler, I suggest glitter and markers.

Or duct tape tr00 punx use duct tape.

Not because the gig bag is falling apart, but because it is punx
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#3
its probably like the same kind of stuff backpacks are made of. not walmart backpacks, like the kind you take hiking/camping
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lolwut. Patches? Assuming you have the money to pay for the blasted things.
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I'm thinking of changing up the pockets and pouches and stuff xD
It seems like there's only one brand/type of gigbag sold within tens of miles from where I live lol. Just want a bit of originality (and I'm too iffy about sprucing up my guitar)

So... any idea what's used to make mountain climbing backpacks?