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Road Runner Molded Electric Guitar Case
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The Road Runner Electric Guitar Case features a hardened, roadworthy molded shell; molded-in feet; and locking, riveted latch closures. On the inside...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Road Runner Electric Guitar Case features a hardened, roadworthy molded shell; molded-in feet; and locking, riveted latch closures. On the inside, you'll find a plush-lined interior, an oversized accessory compartment, and a design that allows for various guitar shapes. An offset handle provides better balance for easy transportation. Road Runner's goal is simple: their cases will keep your gear safe and secure.
- Overall length: 39.5"
- Body length: 16.5"
- Body depth: 1.5"
- Lower bout: 13"
- Upper bout: 11.25"
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I bought two of these cases to replace the gig bags that came with a low end PRS and a Gretsch Electromatic that came with nothing. They are sturdy and all I would expect from a case. The fit with the Gretsch is a little tight, but I modded the hell out of both of these guitars so I thought it was worth the extra money to have them well protected. I plan to buy another when I do a Strat upgrade project. Seems like there some of the best out there in terms of generic cases. Would recommend to others.
This case was meant for solid-body, Strat-like guitars. It holds it in place, there's no moving around.The groove in between the two storage spaces goes deep and you just know the neck is in place forever. And the storage bins hold a lot. You can carry your strap, extra strings, peg winder, picks, or anything.Great case. Get one for your precious Strat!!!
I got this case for my melody maker reissue. It hugs it pretty well.My only gripe is the lack of any sort of cover on the storage compartments - my picks usually end up everywhere.Other than that, it seems very well constructed and has already been beaten up pretty well with no problems yet.