What do people do with our Partybag? The artists from AltoFest, for example, use it massively on their festivals around the streets of Naples and Malta, mixing theatre, dance, music and performative arts with the local popular culture and bringing the performances...
In this video, Diego Onorato presents the sound of the portable wearable speaker Partybag 6. First with an handmade electric bass of Nicola di Leo, then with a contrabass Gewa with Fisherman pickups. The audio is been recordered with a cardioid microphone (Shure 55SH...
During the MusikMesse show in Frankfurt many have shown interests in our products. We are proud to receive and share the first review of Partybag Mini in Japan language. https://youtu.be/HU8O_87OqIQ
Explication of the new models: Partybag 6 and Partybag Mini made easy by sales manager Paolo Dallari. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5dSwEfsDmo
Here is what happen when you give a very lightweight amplifier to experts, young crazy, funny, climbers. Are you convinced that Partybag is very lightweight? Where do you imagine to bring some music now? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDDtb2mvNX8
Simple explanation of the Partybag 5 model. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfmeAuHz9Ok
Guitarists Simona Grasso and Paolo Anessi show us how to use Partybag for busking. https://youtu.be/Z042d09N7jM
Partybag it's a portable audio system inside a backpack, lightweight, powerful and entirely handcrafted in Italy. Credits: Julien Vannucchi (director), Amos Kahana (gimbal operator) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44GhWGeYuTY
This is our first video, and we are very proud of that. What you see is where we actually make each partybag by hand, the beautiful green Reggio Emilia; land of cows, parmesan cheese and now portable speakers. Very big thanks to our friends, that help us, believing in...