Marshall Power Amp Laptop Bag
Because a laptop is also a musical instrument
- Classic Marshall amplifier patterned messenger bag for 15" laptops
- Antique Brass fittings and a quarter-inch plug zipper pull
- Great for musicians that play music with their laptops!
There was a time when musicians plucked strings that vibrated off of resonant chambers creating tone. Others pursed their lips and buzzed through metal cones, amplifying the buzz into a clear brassy tone. Still others created standing waves by blowing into open-ended tubes, and modified those waves by adjusting the air-pressure at the peaks of those waves with their fingertips. Some even pressed on ebony and ivory sticks translating that action to hammers which would bang out music on taught metal wires.
Now, music is made on slabs of aluminum and silicon, sequenced into packets of electrons, and performed at the mere touch of a button. Yes, musicians now make beautiful music on their laptops, and it's created entirely new genres of music and crowds of fans to enjoy it. Like any musician, save perhaps the pianist, they would need to carry their instrument in a case to protect it.
This polyurethane and canvas laptop messenger bag looks just like one of those classic Marshall amplifiers used by guitarist the world over. From the silk screened pattern on the face to the antiqued brass fittings to the zipper pull that looks like a quarter-inch plug, this messenger bag is perfect for any digital musician that recognizes and celebrates the contributions of their analog predecessors.
- Marshall Amplifier style laptop bag
- Made from durable and water resistant polyurethane and canvas
- Brass fittings with quarter-inch plug zipper pulls
- Dimensions: 15.3" x 11.6" x 4.7" (39cm x 29.5cm x 12cm)
- Big enough for a standard 15" laptop plus accessories
"Will my laptop fit in this bag, ThinkGeek?" Let's find out together!
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