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Description Black, molded hardshell case for dreadnought acoustic guitar.
Posted By Tim Ball (2060)
Directory Equipment: Cases/Covers/Racks
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Overall Rating: 4.7 (of 5)
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On 5/23/2005, Evan Duff (789) posted:
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If this were lost are stolen would I buy it again. YES. Absolutly. Even if you get a rouge guitar, that cost 30 dollars less than this case, I would by this case, because I know nothings going to hurt my investment.
Price: $100.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
This guitar does a great job at protecting my Yamaha Dreadnought. The case holds my guitar nice and snugg, and the liner is very very soft. If the fur like liner didn't get caught in the edges of the case, it would be perfect.
This case is like fort knox, and I would trust my guitar anywhere with it. The construction is so well done, its amazingly tuff. This is great for the acoustic guitars, because you need more than a gig bag for them.
On 2/20/2002, Tim Ball (2060) posted:
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This is the best case I've ever owned. I would buy it again if it were ever lost or stolen.
Price: $99.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Mars Music
Made from heavy ABS plastic. Rivets and hardware are backed with steel washers. Heavy-duty latches and a handle pull-tested to 500 pounds. Plush interior floats the headstock without any contact with the case. The guitar I usually use with this case is a thin-body acoustic-electric. I have to keep a couple of folded up cloth diapers in the bottom of the case to make sure the guitar stays snug. My dreadnaught fits just fine without need for the extra padding. The requisite accessory compartment holds a 10-foot cord, tuner, capo, assorted picks, a pack of strings, and other miscellany without any problem.
I have often found my two-year-old daughter jumping up and down on this thing. Not that I encourage that sort of thing, but there's never been any resulting damage to the case or its contents.
On 3/25/2001, Alex Barrett (755) posted:
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Worth the price. I feel safe knowing my money and happiness are stored within it.
Price: $80.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar center
Solid as a overlooked thing when I bought it is that one latch is hard to lock in place. Minor I suppose.
This thing is like a tank compared to the case I have for my electric.