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Double Your Carrying Power With RB Continental Voyager Series Double Guitar & Bass Cases From Reunion Blues

Reunion Blues officially welcomes the arrival of the new RB Continental Voyager series Double Guitar & Bass Cases. When we “launched” the original RB Continental back in 2008 (literally, from the top of a three story building), we had no idea that we’d be the vanguard of a new era in protective cases that would transform the expectations of professional and hobbyist musicians worldwide. With the latest expansion of the RB Continental Voyager series, we’re excited to raise the bar yet again. 

Beyond simply carrying 2 guitars or basses, RB Continental Voyager Double cases deliver the quality, durability and comfort that artists depend on for touring and gigging. Just like the single Voyager guitar models, all Voyager double cases include our shock-absorbing and impact-resistant Flexoskeleton™, now re-vamped with a more efficient internal structure for maximum protection while reducing weight and bulk dramatically. We’ve further articulated our Quadraweave™ exterior with a modern Black Heather texture that looks great and will provide years of durability. We’ve also re-designed the interior bracing system with a better reinforced locking neck block and user-configurable protector pads at the endpin for a perfect fit.

RB Continental Voyager Double cases feature all of the great ergonomic features of the original RB Continental, along with some key improvements. Our Zero G™ handle is still the best in the industry (and often imitated poorly by our competition), but we’ve also added edge seams to improve longevity and durability. And for air travel, or even just getting around town, our adjustable, hideaway backpack is as comfortable as ever. 

Our high standards for quality craftsmanship have been meticulously maintained, a process and a manufacturing ethos that we established back in the 1970s when we created the first professionally accepted gig bag. The use of industrial-grade high-tensile thread, reversed water-resistant zippers, abrasion and scuff resistant corded edges and seams, EVA backed material, and internally reinforced structure in high stress areas are just a few of the "under the hood" advantages that a Reunion Blues case provides. Best of all, we back this up with the peace of mind that comes from our industry leading limited lifetime warranty.

Often imitated, but never equaled, RB Continental Voyager Double Guitar & Bass cases will protect your axes in style for years to come.

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