Boldface Gear Announces Custom Line of Gig Bags

The entire front panel of each gig bag is easily exchanged in seconds.

Redondo Beach, CA (April 1, 2014) -- Music and graphic artwork have gone hand-in-hand since the first album cover. And now in the age of product personalization, Boldface has launched the world’s first line of custom printed guitar gig bags.

But the most innovative part about Boldface might actually be the gig bags’ patent-pending interchangeable front panels (“faces”) that contain the graphics. The entire front panel of each gig bag, which is beautifully printed using the latest in dye sublimation technology, is easily exchanged in seconds. Pull one face off and put another face on while keeping the same bag.


  • Over 50 beautiful designs available to choose from at (Rock, Psychedelic, Urban, Skater, Graffiti, Surfer, Country, Tattoo, Younger demo, etc.)
  • Or create your own custom gig bag by uploading your artwork or pictures to the website
  • Acoustic and electric sizes available. Extra-rugged polyester, 15mm dense inner padding, wide padded backpack straps, large and small back pockets
  • All “faces” are made in USA (Redondo Beach, CA)

Street: $79.95

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