Gruv Gear GigBlade Sliver Slimline Side-carry Electric Guitar Gig Bag - Black

Electric Guitar Gig Bag with Side-carry Design, Multiple Accessory Pockets, Long Strap Pocket, and Customizable Foam Bumpers - Black
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An Ergonomic and Low-profile Gig Bag

Gruv Gear's GigBlade Sliver electric guitar gig bag offers a comfortable and convenient way to transport your guitar to the gig. You'll instantly take to the ergonomics of the bag's over-the-shoulder design that lowers your instrument's center of gravity and protects your headstock from hitting objects above your head. The GigBlade Sliver has no problem fitting into tight places, such as a packed band van, due to its streamlined construction. And your instrument stays fully protected by the Ying Yang neck brace. You'll enjoy the plethora of storage onboard the GigBlade Sliver.

Gruv Gear GigBlade Sliver Electric Guitar Gig Bag Features:
  • Low-profile electric guitar gig bag
  • Over-the-shoulder design is comfortable and ergonomic
  • Can be carried in standard backpack mode
  • Multiple storage pouches for your laptop and accessories
  • Ying Yang neck brace securely holds your guitar when closed
  • Compact construction is easy to store and carry
The GigBlade Sliver is a durable and convenient way to transport your instrument.

Tech Specs

Intended Guitar Type Electric Guitar
Internal Materials Plush Faux fur interior
External Materials Water repellent 1680D Nylon
Padding 40mm split adjustable bottom padding
Handles/Straps 1 x handle, 1 x shoulder strap
Pockets Top pocket, cable storage area, flat bottom pocket
Manufacturer Part Number SLIVER-EG-BLK

Customer Reviews

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Brilliant design

Fits my guitar like a glove excellent protection.the design is unbelievable.kudos to Tyler Moore for the excellent help.


I just got this--Sweetwater delivered it very fast, no complaints there. I'm using this bag for a short scale fender Mustang bass 42.5 inches long, which fits very well in the GigBlade Sliver Guitar model. It's hard to find a good gig bag for a short scale bassThis isn't it. The problem is the sides--there is basically zero padding on the sides. The front and the back are well padded with dense foam, but if you put the case down on its side the side of your instrument goes right into the zipper and the floor or wall. I'm not kidding--there is zero padding on either side.It's a tight fit front to back, so your instrument won't slide around, and it's padded on the bottom, but again not AT ALL on the top. The front and back are semi-rigid panels, so the side of your axe is not in the direct line of fire, but need to be careful putting it down on it side. (it's kind of like a hardback book) This seems kind of inexcusable in a $ gig bag. The design is good and bad. The hardware is robust and the bag is well assembled. The strap is very solid and well padded. It's comfortable to carry and as a tall man, I really appreciate that I won't be banging my headstock on door jambs. But it's also kind of unduly large. There's a big wide area above the body, along the neck, that's just empty space: the pockets are very minimal considering how oversize the bag is.It advertises something called a "yin yang invisible neck brace" and it is indeed invisible. There is a side pocket which, if you use it, will allow anything you put in that side pocket--say, for example, a mooer-sized mini-pedal--to bang right into your neck, with only a thin piece of satin fabric in between. Seriously--stick your hand in that pocket, and you can feel the neck of your axe. I mean I can reach in there and feel the frets and the strings. Really ridiculous. Don't put anything hard into that pocket unless you want dents in your neck. They do call it "dedicated cable storage;" it would be ok for that although I can see a jack denting the neck. I was able to get one 20 ft fabric covered cable in there although it was sort of annoying to use, hard to stuff the cable in, because the pocket is like two inches by 8 inchesThere's a pocket in the top that's comically small and useless. You can get exactly one mini pedal in it. But don't!! Because reach your hand in there and feel around: what's that? It's your headstock! with only a thin piece of sateen fabric between it an whatever you put in the pocket. here's what I would put in that pocket: picks, cotton balls, a bandanna: marshmallows, air. There is a front pocket for your strap, a really ridiculous idea given that you could just leave the strap on. I tried putting my strap in the pocket one and said fuggedaboudit right way. I mean if your strap was a three foot long piece of 1/8 by 2 inch plywood, it would be easy to use that pocket, but it's not, and so you have to kind of feed the end in and keep pulling it down and it's a tight fit and the strap flexes and why am I doing this? Fuggedaboudit. There is a front pocket for a thin laptop or other thin object if you don't mind that there is ZERO padding on the outside of the pocket. Needless to say I will not be using that pocket for anything other than maybe an ipad in a padded sleeve.The pockets on this are all ridiculous, really ridiculous, and while that would sort of be ok in a really streamlined bag the bag is again oddly wide in the neck area, like around the 5-12th fret, for no apparent reason. What can you carry besides your axe? a strap left on the guitar, a very thin 8 x11 item, something smaller and softer than a single mini pedal, and a 20 foot cable. I'll still have to bring a murse to the gig.I have three Glenn Cronkhite bags which are fantastic--form fitting, zero wasted space, extremely secure padding, enough pocket to carry three pedals, a one spot, and the cabling. Glenn has retired though. I'm keeping it, because it's better than the "Urban bag" Fender sells for short scale basses. But it's not really $ better. I had high expectations which this bag does not meet. An alternative might be the mono sleeve, although the guitar sleeve is too small and the bass sleeve is 4 or so inches too big. Prosrobust hardwarenice strapgood hardwarefits a mustang bassdoes not require crouching through doorways good front back paddingflounder-flatConsannoying and ridiculous "why did they bother" pocketszero padding on the sidespointlessly oversized in the wide dimensionI'm calling it Average which reaklly should be 2.5. It has some virtues but also some irritations
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