Gig bag for Epi Casino?

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  1. telewacker

    telewacker Supporting Member

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    I'm looking for a gig bag that will be the best fit for an Epi Casino or ES 330. Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. RDM

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    Probably an acoustic gig bag.....but why would you want to transport a hollowbody in a bag? I'd think it was more secure in a case.
     
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    yeah, mine fits in an acoustic (Taylor) gig bag perfectly, but in a case even more perfectly.
     
  5. telewacker

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    I have a case.

    Here's what I carry to a gig. An amp, either a 100 watt halfstack, or a 2x12 combo, a full size Pedaltrain pedalboard, a camera bag converted to carry a wireless-mic pre-eq-mini fx unit for my sax, one or two guitar stands, collapsible music stand, collapsible mic stand, a Strat in a gig bag, a tenor sax in a Pro Tec shoulder case, and for gigs where I want more of a jazz tone than the Strat, my Casino. The instruments I carry on my shoulders, the rest all fits on a folding cart. That's why I need a gig bag for the casino. Sometimes I have to park a few blocks from the venue, or take an elevator. The cart loaded as it is actually balances quite well, and I can usually fit one guitar in a gig bag slung over the front. But an instrument in a hard case ruins the whole "one trip load in" plan.

    So anyway I found a gig bag for a 335 that should work. :AOK
     
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    I was gonna say a roadrunner case from GC
     
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    If you can get your hands on a Guild Starfire gig bag from the late 90's or early 2000's, they're perfect....
     
  8. telewacker

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    I'll look into it. I have a bag on the way, but it's probably a looser than ideal fit.
     

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