Reunion Blues Aero Series Bass Guitar Case
The Reunion Blues Aero Bass Guitar Case utilizes the same shock-absorbing Flexoskeleton technology found in the RB Continental case, in a lightweight, slim, aerodynamic shape. The interior features Reunion Blues signature double-helix quilted velvet lining, with a padded neck brace and locking security strap that will keep your prized instrument snug. The case also sports a comfortable Zero-G handle and padded backpack that make transportation a breeze. For musicians looking for a slim, lightweight, protective case that will outperform wood and plastic, the Reunion Blues Aero fits the bill.
- Lightweight, slim, low profile shape
- Shock-absorbing Flexoskeleton protection system with reinforced EVA impact panels
- Rugged, ballistic polyester exterior
- Zero G handle
- Interior neck brace with security strap
- Double helix quilted velvet interior
- Hideaway padded backpack
- Two hidden pockets for accessory storage
Michael League (Snarky Puppy):"There are no other cases I would trust to take my instruments around the world. Since I got my first RB Continental a decade ago, I haven't used anything else."
Anthony Wellington (solo bass player, Victor Wooten sideman):
"I've been using Reunion Blues gigbags since the 90s. Reunion Blues ALWAYS is, ALWAYS has been and will ALWAYS be the only gigbag I use."
Tony Campos (Static-X):
“My Reunion Blues double bass gig bag was a life saver for me on my recent tours to South America and Europe. A few times, the airline forced me to gate check my basses and would not let me get them until they rode through the entire baggage claim system, which meant they were bouncing around from conveyor belt to conveyor belt. I’m happy to say, the bag protected both basses very well, and there wasn’t any damage to them whatsoever. These are absolutely the best gig bags, period.”
Peter Skjold (Skjold Design bass guitars):
"Their Aero bass guitar bag is very slim, and very compact...(yet) still a very rigid, protective case. Reunion Blues are a great company to work with."
Bassplayer.com gig bag round-up, March 2018
You couldn’t have a gig-bag roundup without including a Reunion Blues product. This company’s stellar reputation goes all the way back to the ’70s, and I’ve run into players who are still using bags from that era. The Continental Voyager is Reunion Blues’ no-nonsense bag for the musician who wants to travel with minimum hassle. The sleek, hideaway backstrap system ensures you’ll take up minimum space, and the reinforced, plush, blue velvet interior guarantees that your bass will ride safely, but in style. I loaned this one out to Nashville bass veteran Mike Brignardello for his short tour with Amy Grant, and he later commented, “I can’t imagine flying with another bag now.” That’s quite an endorsement.
The pros are: serious storage space, and a convenient over-the-shoulder carry option. Cons: none."
External Length: 49in
External Width: 15.75in
External Height: 4.75in
Internal Length: 47in
Internal Width: 14in
Internal Height: 2in