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    Rated 3.5 out of 5
    Based on 2 reviews

    Gewa Oblong Violin Case Rucksack Black




    Rucksack for Gewa Oblong Violin Case

    This rucksack is designed to fit the Gewa Idea, Air 2.1 and  Diamond violin cases. It is a special carrying system which provides a large sheet music pocket and an accessory pocket. It ensures comfort with the extra padding in the shoulder straps and specially designed back pads.


    • Fits GEWA Idea and oblong Air violin cases
    • Useful music sheet pocket with rucksack fixture
    • Deluxe version
    • Well-padded rucksack straps, can be stowed away
    • Specifically designed back cushion
    • Large accessory pocket with organizer
    • Side pocket for music stand
    • Cordura® Material
    average rating 3.5 out of 5
    Based on 2 reviews
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    2 Reviews
    Reviewed by Kenneth P.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Great Idea but for Limited Application…

    There are very few reviews of this product. The Gewa Rucksack fits my oblong Air case like a glove. The straps are extremely comfortable and the side pocket fits a folding stand. The front pocket holds a decent amount of music.

    HOWEVER, if I’m not out on a gig or some longer term traveling, the back pack is a bit too much. You have to unlatch the backpack to access your instrument and it is kind of a hassle. For touring musicians, this is a great addition to an already great violin case!!!

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    Reviewed by Nikki C.
    I don't recommend this product
    Rated 2 out of 5
    Review posted

    Not worth it

    Nice in concept, bad execution. The backpack barely fits around my Gewa Air, and it's really hard to buckle it in. The straps are also made of a material that really chafes my shoulders, so if any skin is exposed it hurts to carry it.

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