The DeluXe Leather Gig Bag not only has a beautiful, sophisticated and clean look to it but is made of the finest quality leather and cushion meant to last a life time.
This DeluXe Leather Gig Bag protection system is designed to evenly distribute the weight of the instrument throughout the entire area of the bag. So it not only provides optimum interior protection for the instrument but transfers this efficiency when the weight of the instrument is being evenly distributed as you carry the gig bag.
Beautiful high end antique leather in black or brown; over an inch of cushion throughout the interior that is covered by designer quality breathable fabric; with bridge and head stock protectors that gently but securely embraces the instrument. And can be further accessorized with the DeluXe Leather Strap Cushion that adds additional comfort while carrying your DLGB.
Bottom line, Our goal was to design a beautiful high end leather gig bag that protects your instrument as good or better than anything on the market that is remotely close to its quality at a fraction of the cost.STORE ->
Tony Vaughn's career as a bassist extends over more than a 20-year period with national and international credits performing both live and in the studio with many R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock and country artist. He is well known for his ability to find the heart of any groove and beautiful Bass Melody performances.
He has also been featured as an actor in supporting roles on various television shows while living in Japan.
With New York as his home base for a few years, he played with many artist such Millie Jackson, known for her multi-million seller "If Loving You Is Wrong I Don't Won't To Be Right" and his sessions with her included a live in Tokyo Japan double record concert, supporting character in Japanese soap opera, game show assistant host and session bassist on these shows. Tony's concert credits, while with Ms. Jackson includes; The Isley Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Ohio Players, Natalie Cole, Richard Pryor, James Brown, Rob Monsey of Carly Simon, B.B. King, Bobby Blue Bland, The Manhattans, The Whispers, Steve Wright Band, Jackie Wilson, and old friend Randy Klein (New York Grammy winning Industrialist) and a host of others.
Tony Vaughn later moved to Boston to play with the Ellis Hall Group, a well-known Jazz-funk-rock band. During this time his session credits included sessions for CBS, Warner Brothers and RCA on both the East and West coast and included such artist as Tom Scott, Brecker Brothers, Earth, Wind & Fires horn section, Norman Connors and LA super session guitarist Michael Thompson. The Ellis Hall group also opened in concert with bands such as the Average White Band, The Cars, Tower of Power, Ralph Graham and was associated with the a Boston Red Sox's publicity campaign that involved a bass performance on "No More Games."
Tony loves live and studio performances and is now located in the Boston/New York area and has begun to focus on writing and recording original music for his long-awaited CD.