MONO cases are trusted by guitarists the world over thanks to their lightweight, robust and practical instrument cases. With their new Alias backpack and Relay messenger bag, the innovative case maker has DJs and producers in its sights.
Both are additions to the company’s low-profile Stealth range and are made to carry everyday items and creative tools including a 15-inch laptop, tablets, vinyl and production controllers. The bags have practical features such as hidden compartments and pass-through belts for securing your bag on top of your luggage when travelling.
Producers and DJs are likely to be familiar with MONO’s FlyBy backpack, and the Alias builds on that reputation. The Alias is 50% lighter, and still offers compartments and pockets for internal organisation and easy access.
The Relay, meanwhile, brings a DJ messenger bag back into the company’s product line-up. With its assortment of compartments and attachment points, the bag is designed to help you travel light while still keeping your gear secure.
To survive the life on the move, both bags also have a unique combination of a hard case shell – designed to be “super lightweight” – as well as straps made with high-density foam padding for extra comfort.
[Editor’s note: Mono is owned by BandLab Technologies, which also owns MusicTech.net]