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still can't believe it's not butter Location: Melbourne, Australia
Total posts: 6979
Posted:i used to use a fishing rod bag, but the plastic got all ratty! the best long/ single-piece staff bag i've ever seen was a custom balck number made by a guitar bag maker. the back nylon looks totally the job with it! and no descernable soot marks!
Posted:Flid you big poser, I reckon we should change your name to 'designer boy'. Quite an image change from your current name
My dad just bought a new didge and the bag is perfect size but dosent offer a lot of padding.
If you can cross her palm with silver then the lovely Napalm Fairy is a ninja with a sewing machine and cloth.
Aish, if your after something other than just a bag to carry I sugggest you make it yourself, straight lines with a sewing machine is a piece of piss. If not then you got a bunch of tastey ways to carry your staffs now