Vintage stuff rocks and not just because you can get it for spare change at the local thrift store. Buying something vintage is just a hipper way to recycle. When we can transform that old item into something that’s practical and even more valuable than the original, that’s when things really get exciting.
We can rarely find a company rock the upcycling genre like Case of Bass. This Portland-based company takes funky old suitcases and turns them into portable sound systems that are sure to blow the socks off your audience in more ways than one.
Each case is plucked from obscurity and then fitted with a selection of speakers that guarantee the best combination of sound and aesthetic. Because vintage suitcases come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors, each Case of Bass is unique and can be formulated to fit the personality of its owner. And the recycling component isn’t only skin deep: the company also uses classic electronic components in each design.
To further ensure that your Case will suit your face, the company takes personal requests for input types, amplifier sizes, power supplies and batteries, and finally any personal detailing you might desire. Along the path to completion, each case is handled by highly talented local artisans and crafts-people. The result is as much a work of art as it is a practical musical accessory.