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Strong multi-ply wood construction with Tolex covering and plush, eco-friendly interior.
Padded nylon gigbag with two handles and shoulder straps.
Offers a durable nylon exterior with a tough foam core and backpack style straps for easy transport....
Optimum protection, minimum weight.
Great comfort for the guitar in this multi-options case.
One of the first things you will learn about any instrument is that if you want it to sound its best, you need to keep it protected. With this in mind, one of the most important investments you can make for your classical guitar is a case or gig bag. Keeping your guitar stowed away when not in use will go a long way in helping to prolong its life. When you’re choosing a case or bag, it’s important to have a basic idea of your needs. First and foremost, you should make the decision between whether you want a case or a bag. A case is usually made of harder and more durable material, so it offers great protection. A bag is made from softer material, but may be easier to carry around, as they are lighter and usually less rigid. Depending on which style suits your needs, there is a case or bag for you. Next, ask yourself which features are important to you. For example, if you plan on walking to practice or to gigs, you may want to check out a bag that has shoulder straps. These will make it easier to walk greater distances with your guitar. If you’re not planning on walking great distances, a bag or case with a standard handle may be all you need. Many bags and cases also include storage pockets. These are ideal if you need to carry around a lot of accessories before a show. On the other hand, if you don’t have a lot of extra gear, the additional pockets can be bulky, so there are also basic bags and cases available that just store your instrument. Regardless of which classical guitar case or gig bag you choose, you’ll be giving yourself the peace of mind of knowing that your guitar is safe when not in use. When you open your case or gig bag and get ready to play, your guitar will be just as it was when you last left it, so you can focus on your music.