Tackle Instrument Roll-Up Stick Bag

Tackle Instrument Supply Co. roll-up stick bag

Out of more than 7,000 brands at the 2018 National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show, less than 25 products received the Best in Show awards. The Tackle Instrument Supply Co. roll-up stick bag was named in the “Gotta Stock It” category.

What makes the bag stand out? Quality construction, durability, and style, according to Jon Colwell, marketing director for Tackle Instrument Supply.

“Tackle looks for its inspiration from past eras where quality and workmanship were never taken for granted,” Colwell says. “Using some of the highest quality materials, Tackle is able to produce products that will last many, many years.”

The Waxed Canvas Stick Roll-Up Bag is made of heavy-duty waxed canvas, solid brass rivets, and leather straps. The materials were selected specifically for their durability, Colwell says. They also give the bag a timeless, throwback look.

A roll-up design is especially convenient for marching ensemble drummers who need to set up and pack up quickly. Simply roll the bag out, and all of your sticks, mallets, and brushes are easily within reach. To pack up, just roll the bag back up, like you would a sleeping bag. Leather lace string ties double as a carrying handle.

The interior of the bag features four pockets to keep your gear organized. An outer zippered pocket allows easy access for anything you might need to grab quickly.

“All of Tackle’s products are designed by drummers for drummers for real musical settings,” Colwell says.

Visit tackleinstrument.com for more information.

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Amy Rushlow

Amy Rushlow was a drum major for the Northwestern University Marching Band, where football players were willingly subjected to band traditions when they visited rehearsals. She currently works as the editor of Chicago Athlete magazine.

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