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  • Coffin Case

    It's not a coffin—it's a case—but no one's going to know the difference till you remove your guitar.

    This ghoulish, coffin-shaped guitar case features multi-ply construction; an interior storage box; a vampire-scarlet, non-stitched plush interior; a black PVC exterior; and black chrome-style hardware that closes the case at five locking points, one of which locks with an included key. The included shock pillow can be used to support the guitar's neck or its body, depending on the style of guitar you're protecting. And while it stores small, it can fit all regular Strat and LP-style shaped guitars, plus many others (sorry, no Vs or Xplorer styles). This case defines not only your professionalism, but also your eeriness.

    Features
    • Fits all regular Strat and LP shapes (will not fit V or Xplorer shapes)
    • Multi-ply construction
    • Black PVC exterior
    • Scarlet, non-stitched plush velvet interior
    • Black hardware with lock and key
    • Interior storage box
    • Shock pillow for neck or body support
    • Dimensions:
    • Exterior: 43" H x 16.5" W (lower bout) x 4.5" D

    This gothic case will surely stand out from the others when you protect and haul your guitar in an Undertaker Guitar Case.

     
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    Coffin CaseThe Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case
     
    4.4

    (based on 10 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Great case for the money

    Received my case yesterday, put my Ibanez RG5 in there, adjusted the pillow....Nice! I have a bass coffin case and its huge in comparison,this case is bad(sweet) looking,...Read complete review

    Received my case yesterday, put my Ibanez RG5 in there, adjusted the pillow....Nice! I have a bass coffin case and its huge in comparison,this case is bad(sweet) looking, nice n compact, love the shiny black hardware, would get another if i needed it. totally stoked again! Thanks Musicians friend.you should change your name to Musicians"Best"Friend by the way. G

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    Coffin Case's Undertaker Guitar Case; An Excellent Case Option for Multiple Guitars

    Overall, it is a great case, at a beyond excellent price. I am completely happy with it and impressed by it. It will be protecting the old gold top and a couple of...Read complete review

    Overall, it is a great case, at a beyond excellent price. I am completely happy with it and impressed by it. It will be protecting the old gold top and a couple of my other caseless guitars for many years to come when I go out for gigs. If you need a case for your guitar, look no further, this is a great one. I am pretty sure I supported my argument with plenty of premises in the above paragraphs but I will sum up for those, who like I do, skip the rest and go to the overall section.

    It is well made, out of good quality materials. It is structurally a sound design. It fits multiple guitar types (Explorers, Flying Vs, Kelly's, and larger guitars 335s etc will have to look elsewhere but they do make a larger case that will accommodate them). Its design makes it very easy to store, or you can use it for decoration in your home when not filled with a guitar, if you are into coffins and the like about the house. For the money, it is well worth the investment. It is not just a beater case, it is a good all around instrument case.
    As far as features go, you really cannot rate a guitar case other than to speak of things that every case should have: the latches, of which there are four that are well placed three on the front side, on to the rear, to keep the lid closed when you don't want it to come open, a storage compartment and a neck pad round the features out. It does not have a combination lock, a feature that I wish G&G would remove from their cases. Keys work just fine and seriously, if you are worried about someone picking the lock on your case, you obviously need some situational awareness training. A good stout knife blade will pop that combination lock, latch and all right off the expensive G&G case in a lot less time than it would take to pick the lock on my Coffin Case. The padding is very nicely done and every guitar that I tried in it, fit snug, as they should to prevent damage. Also Coffin Cases provides a neck support pad, another item that would be nice to see in other cases. The storage compartment is ample and well placed right below the neck support. That is about it as far as features go. I rate it a 10 because, for the money, it is a well thought out feature packed case. So it is a relative rating compared to other guitar cases in the same price range.
    Again, for the money spent, this is a well built case. It is not manufactured of pressboard, rather it is ply construction, which works well to protect the guitar from most things. You don't want to hurl this down a flight of stairs or run it over with a vehicle of some sort but it will protect the guitar from home to gig, gig to gig and from any associated dings that would normally come along with such use. The case will be able to take some pretty good abuse too. It is well built. The nature of the design itself lends to being able to take abuse as it is structurally a sound design.

    The padding as mentioned before is snug enough to hold any guitar from Les Pauls to Strats and Super Strats (Ibanez, Yamaha, Jackson with longer horns strat cases don't generally like these much). The velvet liner material is nice and it is aesthetically applied to the interior of the case.
    This is where the case walks all over the competition. I have never been fond of morbid things and a Coffin Case was the last thing on my list when looking for a case to tote around my Les Paul, which came with a Gigbag (Deluxe? Thanks Gibson). So I looked at Coffin Cases more in leu of the old "Coffin" guitar cases of the 19th Century, more than any emotionally disturbed fascination with cadavers. I am a bit old for that twilight obsessed vampirism crap. I looked at the available features compared to other cases and found that this case would fit the widest variety of guitars. Kill many birds with one stone... When it arrived, I was very pleased with it. The design is structurally sound, and it is easy to store as it does not take up as much room as one of my G&G Strat or Tele cases. So in short, you can pony up 119.00-249.00 for a TKL, G&G, Epiphone, Gibson or other factory case, for your guitar or you can spend 79.99 for the Undertaker Case which is of equal quality to the aforementioned items. Up to you. For the death obsessed, it is right down your alley, you will love it. Get a pedal case to go with it, looks like a coffin for an infant.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Does what it should.

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    My Godin Freeway SA fits snugly. Very satisfied.
    Very nicely padded. Decent storage area.
    Case appears to be sturdy and well put together.
    Good price for a solid case.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Awesome case

    By Robert Harkins

    from South Jersey

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    If you like the look, the Coffin case is the thing. Really nice.
    Well padded. Nice compartment for cords, pick etc.
    Great price. Most cases of equal quality are 20% higher.

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    (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Coffin Case's Undertaker Guitar Case; An Excellent Case Option for Multiple Guitars

    By Matthew Laird

    from Arkansas

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    Overall, it is a great case, at a beyond excellent price. I am completely happy with it and impressed by it. It will be protecting the old gold top and a couple of my other caseless guitars for many years to come when I go out for gigs. If you need a case for your guitar, look no further, this is a great one. I am pretty sure I supported my argument with plenty of premises in the above paragraphs but I will sum up for those, who like I do, skip the rest and go to the overall section.

    It is well made, out of good quality materials. It is structurally a sound design. It fits multiple guitar types (Explorers, Flying Vs, Kelly's, and larger guitars 335s etc will have to look elsewhere but they do make a larger case that will accommodate them). Its design makes it very easy to store, or you can use it for decoration in your home when not filled with a guitar, if you are into coffins and the like about the house. For the money, it is well worth the investment. It is not just a beater case, it is a good all around instrument case.
    As far as features go, you really cannot rate a guitar case other than to speak of things that every case should have: the latches, of which there are four that are well placed three on the front side, on to the rear, to keep the lid closed when you don't want it to come open, a storage compartment and a neck pad round the features out. It does not have a combination lock, a feature that I wish G&G would remove from their cases. Keys work just fine and seriously, if you are worried about someone picking the lock on your case, you obviously need some situational awareness training. A good stout knife blade will pop that combination lock, latch and all right off the expensive G&G case in a lot less time than it would take to pick the lock on my Coffin Case. The padding is very nicely done and every guitar that I tried in it, fit snug, as they should to prevent damage. Also Coffin Cases provides a neck support pad, another item that would be nice to see in other cases. The storage compartment is ample and well placed right below the neck support. That is about it as far as features go. I rate it a 10 because, for the money, it is a well thought out feature packed case. So it is a relative rating compared to other guitar cases in the same price range.
    Again, for the money spent, this is a well built case. It is not manufactured of pressboard, rather it is ply construction, which works well to protect the guitar from most things. You don't want to hurl this down a flight of stairs or run it over with a vehicle of some sort but it will protect the guitar from home to gig, gig to gig and from any associated dings that would normally come along with such use. The case will be able to take some pretty good abuse too. It is well built. The nature of the design itself lends to being able to take abuse as it is structurally a sound design.

    The padding as mentioned before is snug enough to hold any guitar from Les Pauls to Strats and Super Strats (Ibanez, Yamaha, Jackson with longer horns strat cases don't generally like these much). The velvet liner material is nice and it is aesthetically applied to the interior of the case.
    This is where the case walks all over the competition. I have never been fond of morbid things and a Coffin Case was the last thing on my list when looking for a case to tote around my Les Paul, which came with a Gigbag (Deluxe? Thanks Gibson). So I looked at Coffin Cases more in leu of the old "Coffin" guitar cases of the 19th Century, more than any emotionally disturbed fascination with cadavers. I am a bit old for that twilight obsessed vampirism crap. I looked at the available features compared to other cases and found that this case would fit the widest variety of guitars. Kill many birds with one stone... When it arrived, I was very pleased with it. The design is structurally sound, and it is easy to store as it does not take up as much room as one of my G&G Strat or Tele cases. So in short, you can pony up 119.00-249.00 for a TKL, G&G, Epiphone, Gibson or other factory case, for your guitar or you can spend 79.99 for the Undertaker Case which is of equal quality to the aforementioned items. Up to you. For the death obsessed, it is right down your alley, you will love it. Get a pedal case to go with it, looks like a coffin for an infant.

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    4.0

    Good case for the money.

    By guitar collector

    from illinois

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    Iside of the case was a little cheap. Edges were just glued in, and it showed. The outside looked great, everything worked good. For the money, hard to beat.

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    4.0

    Solid storage for your investment

    By x

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    overall a unique looking case that snuggly holds and protects, my Les Paul Standard. Storage wise there is enough space for a couple packs of strings, extra picks and a tuner not much else.
    Looks cool, has minimal storage, lock a nice bonus
    Solid construction, will take a bit of a beating. inside nicely padded and holds guitar firmly
    what I would expect in the price range

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Worth every penny, and probably a bunch more

    By Patrick Supan

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    Love the construction quality. The fit is perfectly snug to protect the guitar. Not only is it excellently constructed, it looks very classy. If I were the size of a guitar I wouldn't mind being buried in this coffin.
    As good as a case's features can be. It has nice black chrome hardware, features a supporting pillow for your guitar and a small compartment for accessories.
    Beautiful interior, although the one I received is slightly different from the picture. Mine is more maroon/red, and the material features a nice wave pattern. It's very plush, very soft, and keeps my les paul nice and snug. It's of very sturdy construction, and actually is much much nicer than the price would lead you to believe.
    Great value. This thing is built like a truck, is beautiful, and the price was actually lower than a lot of other cases I looked at, none of which even came close to the quality of this one.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Pretty good case for the money

    By guitarjunky97

    from Stuarts Draft, VA

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    I got this case for christmas and its quite durable and looks great as well. The wood is much thicker and harder than my gator strat case which in comparison is thin and flimsy as cardboard. The interior is nice and I love the compartment for storage and the pillow for support. The reason I rated low on quality is the case has a pretty rank odor that it permiates, a very stinky synthetic smell. Overall its not a bad case for the money and you could always try to air it out if need be. My schecter solo 6 or Tremonti Se fit fine and my strats will fit in it if need be. It's the first case I've bought where you can fit either a les paul or strat style guitar so that's a plus in my book.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Perfect all around case

    By arflin73

    from Robins AFB, GA.

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    I just received my Undertaker Coffin case at my door, much earlier than expected and I couldn't be happier. I slapped my SG in there, both of my RG's and they fit so snug and perfect. The coolest case ever. Many thanks Musician's Friend.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great case for the money

    By Benjamin Dover

    from Bahgdad, Ca.

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    Received my case yesterday, put my Ibanez RG5 in there, adjusted the pillow....Nice! I have a bass coffin case and its huge in comparison,this case is bad(sweet) looking, nice n compact, love the shiny black hardware, would get another if i needed it. totally stoked again! Thanks Musicians friend.you should change your name to Musicians"Best"Friend by the way. G

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    awesome case

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Coffin Case The Coffin Undertaker Guitar Case:

    this case is an amazing case for the price. its sturdy with pretty decent locking hardware and fits most guitars amazingly. i love putting my ibanez to sleep before i take it to jam. it also fits sg shapes as well as strat shapes.

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