Things We Love / 28 April 2023

WATCH: Chris Caccamise reviews the Vertigo Ultra Bass Guitar Case

In case you missed it, Chris Caccamise of The Bass Channel took the Vertigo Ultra Bass Guitar Case for a spin and put some of its award-winning features to the test. 

Designed with the same innovative features and exceptional protection as the Vertigo Ultra Electric Guitar Case, the Vertigo Ultra Bass Guitar Case ensures your bass remains safe and easy to maneuver while you’re on the move. Chris shows off the useful features of the Vertigo Ultra Bass – like how it has plenty of space to stash your gig essentials, rolls smoothly with the Freeride™ Wheel System, and even has reflective strips for those dark backstages. But that’s not all, he also puts it through a hardcore strength test to make sure it’s tough enough to handle anything.

All in all, this epic review offers a comprehensive look at why the Vertigo Ultra Bass Guitar Case is a game-changer for touring bassists.

Watch the video here:

Check out the M80 Vertigo Ultra Bass Guitar Case online or at your nearest retailer.

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