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Dear Valued Customers,

It is with a heavy heart that I notify you of the closing of the Mooradian Cover Company as of December 31, 2019. For over 35 years we have taken great pride in protecting your instruments with our hand-made, quality covers.

We are in the process of completing existing generic orders for our Dealers and suggest contacting them for all generic product inquiries. We will continue taking custom inquiries on a case-by-case basis. Please direct all custom requests to Emily Hoffman at

Thank you for your loyalty to the Mooradian Brand.


Peter Hoffman/Owner

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For over 35 years, professional musicians and students alike have chosen Mooradian Gig Bags. Our customers continue to be the best source of information if you are looking for a new musical instrument cover. These are just some of the comments our customers have given us:

"I have been using the Mooradian bass cover for over 10 years and I must say that the Mooradian bass cover is the most durable bass cover I have ever owned...and i've owned quiet a few !! The weight is just right, the thickness prevents most nicks and dings that seem to always find the bass, and the handles are in the perfect location for carrying. I highly recommend this cover to any and all bassists."
— Ron Carter

"I think Mooradian covers are really well designed, light, and very protective. I always recommend your covers to my students and any others who ask."
— Ed Barker, Boston Symphony Orchestra

"I have received the case you custom made for me. Even though you never saw my bass, the case is a perfect fit. The carrying handle we discussed is very well placed. I can now carry my bass down the street without having to give my best imitation of a miner's walk. Thank you for an excellent product! Also, thanks again for this generous donation to the ISB."
— Parvin Smith, Bassist, Oklahoma City Philharmonic

"After having a plywood bass for 8 years, I purchased my first carved bass, a beautiful Czechoslovkian, Jusak in 1984..." read more
— James P. Healy