Guitars in the Classroom – PeaceThruLoveMusic
Auction Ends: Nov 28, 2011 11:00 PM PST

Musical Instruments

Incase Premium Electric Bass Case

Item Number
172
Estimated Value
$100 USD
Sold
$33 USD to Rikomanbuy
Number of Bids
3  -  Bid History

Item Description

 

This Incase Bass Case is one of a kind. This item is loaded with features designed to handle everything a traveling guitarist could need, and the protection you require for your precious cargo.

- Incase expertly brings together versatility, functionality, and intellgent organization with a minimalist design to deliver an unprecedented portability experience.
- Each bag contains Incase's unique layered foam system, constructued from the highest-grade materials to provide shock absorbing protection, keeping the most important areas of the guitar safe.
- Another nice feature of Incase's guitar cases is a sleeve and pocket for your laptop, so you can carry it with your guitar in one case. The cases have the standard case handle on the side of the case, as well as backpack-style straps for more easily carrying your guitar.
- This case also comes with a protective rain coat and a sleekly designed door hanging apparatus for getting your guitar off the floor at home or when you travel.

Special Instructions

 

All sales are final. No international sales. Winning bidder pays S&H. Estimated S&H for this item UPS Ground is $25.

Proceeds raised from the sale of this item will go to support Guitars in the Classroom's free teacher training programs. Our mission is to transform pre-k through high school classrooms by training teachers to integrate musical learning in lessons in order to increase student engagement, employ oral language practice, and promote student achievement across the academic curriculum.  In our free workshops, teachers learn to sing with confidence, play guitar, lead songs, and to select, teach, and facilitate the student writing of educational songs. This daily integration of music with academic learning provides positive, inspiring musical access for all students as part of the regular school day.

 

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