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Road Runner Polyfoam Classical Guitar Case

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Road Runner Polyfoam Classical Guitar Case
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Price: $53.99

  • Lightweight, rigid thermal-form structure
  • Cortex cover
  • Extra plush lining
  • Heavy-duty handle
  • Large storage pockets

Description Polyfoam Road Runner Classic Guitar Case offers the protection the hard case with the weight of a gig bag. Determined by thermal rigid form and structure of the crust. The interior is graced with an extra plush lining and includes a compartment with generous storage for accessories.
Price: $53.99
Average Rating: 4.5

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2 Responses

001: Robert Bixby,

February 23rd, 2010 at 9:48 pm

couldn’t afford a hard shell case for my acoustic/electric bass guitar, so one day I was looking for alternatives. I had all but given up–I was going to cut down the box the guitar came in and use duct tape and hinges and latches to make it into a guitar case. Then I found the gig bag, a soft and gentle alternative to a hard shell. I know it won’t keep my neck from breaking or another piece of luggage from crushing my body to a wooden pancake, but it will keep the beautiful lacquer finish from scratching. It will prevent the bitter cold of this winter from cracking the varnish. A small amount of care will ensure that the guitar will be playable longer than I will be able to play. I was overjoyed to get a beautiful, great-sounding Dean acoustic bass 4-string for less than $200 and very happy to put it in my felt-lined, ripstop nylon encased gig bag. There’s a pocket on the front that lets me carry a cord and some picks and a set of extra strings. I can even slip a little battery-operated amp into the pocket, but my little amp can’t do much with the bass notes. It sounds like pop-eye singing opera.

for less than $30, this gig bag is a good alternative to the $110 hardshell case for the Dean EAB. You can find the bass for 170 on sale sometimes. So it’s like getting both for $200. The next least expensive acoustic/electric bass runs around $450. This combination of bass and case is a rare bargain, perfect for a person looking into fretless bass work, acoustic bass work, and struggling with this economy that’s as crushing as the gravity of Jupiter. The bag will preserve your investment, so if you end up not loving it, you can probably sell the bass for close to what you paid for it if you keep it in the gig bag whenever you aren’t playing it.

002: M. Bowen,

February 23rd, 2010 at 11:46 pm

I was uncertain if this was THE bag that I needed for my Dean EAB bass. Yes, that’s what it says it’s for, but you know how there is always that uncertainty factor…

Well, the delivery was prompt, Musician’s Friend provided the shipping info (the UPS tracking number, etc.) and best of all, the bag fits my EAB like it was made for it. Which it was.

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