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Anyone try the Sadowsky Mooradian Double Gig Bag?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 513rocks.com, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. 513rocks.com

    513rocks.com Supporting Member

    Sep 22, 2004
    Mason, Ohio
    im looking into getting a double gig bag. how does this one match up with the others mentioned here? its a pretty good price.
  2. Rvl


    Dec 23, 2003
    Aomori Japan
    I have a couple of older Mooradian double gig bags
    The only thing I don like about them is the divider can shift around

    The nice thing is that they fit some of my hollowbody basses

    I am not sure if the Sadowsky Mooradians are the same as mine


    Robert VanLane
  3. CamMcIntyre


    Jun 6, 2000
    Ok-2 things. This is probably in the wrong forum, i thought this would go in Misc rather than basses.

    Ok-i've got one of said bags. I like it. I like how the divider is removable. I haven't had the issue of having the divider slide around-i typically take 2 of my 5 strings [either the Ray5 & an SX or the Ray5 & The Pilot Plus 5] when i'm back home or even here at school when i'm not sure what tone color i'm going for.

    Construction wise-it seems solid, i figured, Mooradian is also the brand of my Upright bass bag, so it must be good/dependable, the fact that sadowsky is selling them is a bonus too.

    I like the bag since if i just want to take 1 bass, i can take the divider out and it' just a bit bigger than a normal gig bag.

    I don't have anything to compare the bag too though.

    Take it easy.
  4. foderaman


    Jun 14, 2005
    I have a older Sadowsky Mooradian single gig bag and it is a thinner type nylon material.I also have a Fodera Doule gig bag and the nylon is a lot thicker and will over the years probably hold up a lot better as for as tears.It is a Cordura nylon where the Mooradian is more like a thinner rip stop nylon.I have used the Fodera Gig bag for at least 7 years or so.It is really the one that gets used every gig.Alot of timesi don't use a guitar stand and just leave the zipper partly open and after a set i just put it back in .So it is very versatile in my opinion.I have not used a hard case for at least since 96 just the Fodera double gig bag.They a very well padded more so than Mooridian but they are kind of expensive.I also have a Incase Dub gig bag which I tried once and is no where as convenient as the Fodera.I hope this has helped.
  5. seebee


    Dec 17, 2004
    I have the double bag and it's great. Like it was said before take out the divider and it works great as a single. I also find I can put a lot of stuff in the side pouch cords and a few pedals. I overloaded the little headstock pouch and the stiching is coming loose but neddle and thread solved that. All in all it's a great bag comfortable to wear with two basses on your back.:bassist:
  6. bikeplate

    bikeplate Supporting Member

    Jun 7, 2001
    Upstate NY

    Not sure. Never have had one. I have an Undercover double bag which is excellent. I know Roger is in the process of developing his own bag similar to the Incase but with some refinements. Chances are it will be available in a double style, also


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