We can cover anything -- Amps, Speakers, Pro Sound, Medical Equipment, Lighting, Computers, Cameras, and more. If you can measure it, we can cover it.
At Studio Slips, we take pride in our workmanship and we guarantee customer satisfaction. We custom make every bag and cover to fit your equipment. We use only the finest quality fabrics, the most durable zippers and hardware, and the strongest thread to hold it all together.
Whether it's a padded nylon canvas Clamshell Gig Bag™ to protect your favorite amplifier, or a simple, non-padded Dust Cover for your mixing console, we'll help you keep your gear clean and protected!
1) Click on any of the Products on the left (Clamshell, Padded Cover, etc.).
2) Then on the right,
a) look up Manufacturer, (i.e. Fender), then
b) click the drop down box and look for your model.
3) Once you've selected a model, you can change between different cover styles to compare prices.
If you don't see your model,
- click the Instant Estimate link, and then use the form to get instant pricing, or,
- click the Measurement Chart link to send us your models' dimensions so we can add it to our database, and you can place your order.
If you've got something with a strange shape, it helps tremendously to get the manufacturer's link, or better yet, the link to the owner's manual. Almost all Pro Sound websites give technical drawings that we use to give you a price and create the pattern.
THANKS for checking out Studio Slips! Studio Slips customers ROCK!
You can see how much shipping will be by adding your model(s) to the cart. Before you enter any information about yourself, you can enter your Country and zip (postal) code and compare UPS or US Mail shipping. If you don't have a postal code, just enter 0000
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When you buy 3 or 4 pieces, the shopping cart will automatically give you 10% discount. 5 - 9 gets 15% and over 10 get 20%! Round up your friends and get the ultimate protection for your gear while you save $$.
Check out the June issue of 300guitars.com and their interview with Susan! click here!