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Hiscox Cases Classical Guitar Case/Medium Black Shell/Silver Int-Pro II
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Established in 1985, Hiscox Cases Ltd. is the brainchild of Brynn Hiscox, a professional guitar maker. Being acutely aware of the lack of quality cas...Click To Read More About This Product
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Medium classic size guitar case. Suitable for classical guitars up to 360mm wide.
Established in 1985, Hiscox Cases Ltd. is the brainchild of Brynn Hiscox, a professional guitar maker. Being acutely aware of the lack of quality cases on the market, he used his engineering background to design a case that stood up to his exacting requirements. Brynn's customers demanded cases that had higher protection, but with less weight. And so the Hiscox family of instrument cases was born.
Utilizing a proprietary polyurethane injection molding system, superior shell materials, and best-in-class hardware, Hiscox cases provide the best thermal protection, crush resistance and puncture resistance of any case in its weight or price range. Hiscox Artist Series Guitar cases are beautifully styled and incredibly rugged with padded crushed velour interior and integrated accessory compartment. The instrument sits on strategically placed foam cushions to create the ultimate in lightweight protection.
- Proprietary polyurethane injection molding system
- Superior shell materials (2mm thickness)
- Black shell/Silver interior
- Crushed velour interior
- Double the puncture resistance
- Steel D rings for strap fittings
- Hiscox molded handle
- Fits medium classic size guitars up to 370mm
- Lower bout dimensions: up to 370mm, 14-1/2"
- Weight: 4.02kg/8.86 lb.
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Comments about Hiscox Cases Classical Guitar Case/Medium Black Shell/Silver Int-Pro II:
This is a solid, light weight case and it fits a Martin 00 12-fret very well. The only negative comment I have concerns the lock on the case. It's really pretty poor, but then I don't use the locks on guitar cases anyway. However, if you need a case with a sturdy lock, you might want to consider a different case.