Rugged portable protection for your 61-note board.
SKB's road-tested, rolling keyboard bag incorporates an over-the-shoulder tow strap, sturdy molded rubber handle, and sides that are reinforced with plastic and foam for maximum protection. 2" thick foam padding protects the keyboard surface. The gusseted side panels fold flat for compact storage. The keyboard bag also features luggage-style reinforced corners, dual inline wheels, a vinyl-clad bottom with feet, oversized self-repairing zippers, all-metal hardware, 3 exterior pockets, and an interior mesh pocket. Max. dimensions: 45"W x 6-1/2"H x 17"D.
SKB is a premier supplier of instrument and music gear cases. SKB builds their products with military-spec, ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene and premium hardware. All SKB cases are unconditionally guaranteed forever. That means if you break the SKB-KB61 61-key keyboard bag, they will repair or replace it at no cost to you.
- Road-tested design
- Over-the-shoulder tow strap
- Sturdy molded rubber handle
- Sides reinforced with plastic and foam
- 2" thick foam padding protects the keyboard surface
- Gusseted side panels fold flat for compact storage
- Luggage-style reinforced corners
- Dual in-line wheels
- Vinyl-clad bottom with feet
- Oversized self-repairing zippers
- All-metal hardware
- 3 exterior pockets
Order it today and the next time you go on the road with your keyboard, you'll thank us.
SKB-KB61 61-Key Keyboard Bag Specifications:
- Holds boards up to 45"W x 6-1/2"H x 17"D.
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Thick Top Padding
- Little Sidewall Padding
- No Bottom Padding
- Not Sturdy
Comments about SKB-KB61 61-Key Keyboard Bag:
The keyboard bag is quite large for a 61-key keyboard - too large in my opinion. It has plenty of padding on the top flap, but none on the bottom (back), and very little on each side. The foot of the bag is padded quite well, however.
After using the keyboard bag for less than a month, the side carrying handle has come unhitched from the rivet, and is tearing off along the side. Furthermore, all of the tabs that are attached to the zippers have broken off, making it difficult to zip and unzip the bag.
This bag works well if you are just using it to store your keyboard, or to transport it to and from practice. If you plan frequent travel to shows, this keyboard bag will not stand up to normal use.