Yes, our classic 12” bag with unique Ghost Box logos and imagery. There are two logos on the top flap, one being double stitched to produced a curious op-art look, as requested by Julian House, the label designer. Each bag comes with bespoke stiffeners and Ghost Box goodies inside. Limited to just ten worldwide.
Our Classic 12-inch Record Hunting Bag can comfortably swallow 25 LPs, possibly more if you want to squeeze them in and they’re not all gatefold and thick 180 gram wax. Classic, simple, eye-catching and practical, it’s the perfect bag for day to day use – and of course is also ideal for the laptop. Have a read of our trials to see how we got on travelling around with it. In short we believe it’s brilliantly simple and functional in design, with the large and adjustable webbing strap attached to the back of the bag. This makes the bag far more comfortable to carry than the tradition record bag where the straps are attached to the side. Its unique design also ensures that the spines of your records are not subjected to stress during transportation. The leather strap underneath the bag is designed to protect the edges of your records. We’ve made the bag three inches wider than an LP as we found this extra width worked well as your stash of LPs grows inside, and just gives you more room to play with. To sum up, it’s perfect for record hunting, superb and versatile for everyday use, it’s a fine weekend bag and also a great DJ tool that can even swallow your laptop, leads, disks and headphones if you’re a Serato user.
Made in England from English bridle leather, water-resistant Italian double-layered canvas, British solid brass fittings and military-grade British cotton webbing.
Width: 15 in (38cm) x Height: 16 in (41cm) x Depth: 3/4 in (2cm)
A limited edition Ghost Box moire pattern embroidered Classic LP Record Hunting Bag; a pair of matching bespoke canvas stiffeners; a hand-printed letterpress 'thank you' card, and; an exclusive limited edition Ghost Box LP.
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Andrew Weatherall – DJ, Producer and Remixer