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The Standard Jackson gig bag for Soloist or Dinky electric guitars features 600D nylon exterior, 2 outer...
Dean hardshell case for Hardtail, Vendetta, and Zone guitars.
Hardshell outside, molded plush lining inside.
A hardened case with a plush, eco-friendly interior that fits SG-style guitars perfectly.
An injection-molded, military-grade, waterproof LP-style guitar flight case with TSA locks, corrosion and...
ESP case featuring a tough wood shell and plush, fitted interior.
Protect your ESP with this form fit hardshell case.
Officially authorized Steinberger TranScale guitar gig bag.
A road-worthy, hardshell case with plush, eco-friendly interior.
Deluxe hardshell case for all Hagstrom Swede guitars.
A great blend of hard case and gig bag features. Light weight and flexibility combined with protective foam...
When you’re not practicing or playing with the band, it’s important to keep your guitar protected to make sure it continues to sound its best. Without a doubt, an electric guitar case or gig bag is one of the best investments you can make for your instrument. When your guitar is secure, it will last longer and sound just as good as it did when you put it away. The first decision you should make whether you want a hard case or a bag. Cases are generally made from very durable materials and are made to stand up to the rigors of the road. Bags are generally made from softer material, but are smaller and better suited to more compact areas. If you have an older, vintage instrument, a hard case may better suit your needs, though it is completely a matter of personal preference. Once you decide on a case or a bag, you should ask yourself which features are important to you. For example, almost all bags come with a standard briefcase style handle, but many come with shoulder straps that make it easier to walk to practices or gigs. Instruments can get heavy, so the option to carry on your back is a great relief to a lot of musicians. Many bags and cases also include a wide variety of additional storage options, be it pockets or compartments. These can be great if you’re looking to carry all of your instrument’s accessories in one place. The trade off, of course, is that these compartments can make your bag bulkier, which is why basic cases and bags are also available if you’re just carrying your instrument. Whether you pick up a case or a bag, you’ll be happy knowing that your guitar is going to be protected. From basic bags to elaborate cases that allow you to carry your entire set up with you, there are a wide variety of electric guitar cases & gig bags to suit your needs. When you find the one that’s right for you, you’ll wonder how you managed without it.