Adams Academy CSMBSA30 Soft Bag with Wheels 3.0 Oct. Academy Marimba


On Sale Now! Free Shipping Included! Save 6% on the Adams Academy CSMBSA30 Soft Bag with Wheels 3.0 Oct. Academy Marimba by Adams at Trenton Community Music. MPN: CSMBSA30. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Adams Musical Instruments announces the release of padded bags for its popular Academy Series Marimba. The new Academy bags feature a form fitting padded design to fully protect the instrument inside, while providing convenience and easy portability with the built in wheels and reinforced handles. The X-style stand that is included with each Academy keyboard stores conveniently on the outside of the lid, and is secured with a velcro strap.Form fitting padded design. Easy portability with built i


Adams Academy CSMBSA30 Soft Bag with Wheels 3.0 Oct. Academy Marimba by Adams
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Adams Musical Instruments announces the release of padded bags for its popular Academy Series Marimba. The new Academy bags feature a form fitting padded design to fully protect the instrument inside, while providing convenience and easy portability with the built in wheels and reinforced handles. The X-style stand that is included with each Academy keyboard stores conveniently on the outside of the lid, and is secured with a velcro strap.

Features & Highlights

  • Form fitting padded design
  • Easy portability with built in wheels and reinforced handles
  • Compartment for X-style stand on outside of the lid

Additional Information

Brand:
Adams
Manufacturer:
Adams
Category:
Marimbas
Model:
CSMBSA30
MPN:
CSMBSA30
Warranty:
Visit http://pearldrum. Com/products/adams/xylophones/academy/#warranty.
UPC:
633816499616
Part Number:
CSMBSA30
Size:
-inch
Publisher:
Adams
Publication Date:
2013-05-01
Binding:
Electronics
Item Weight:
21 pounds
Item Size:
9 x 58 x 36 inches
Package Weight:
24.85 pounds
Package Size:
38.4 x 8.1 x 57 inches

 


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