High End Cases/gig bags

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  1. Billion81

    Billion81 It'd be a whole lot cooler if you did. Gold Supporting Member

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    There was a thread a few weeks ago that had link to some killer, leather single and double bags.

    Search on "case" or "gig bag" came up with bupkis. Help a brother. Wassup rockarollas?
     
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    There are the Mono brand cases, which are killer and which we've had some threads about, not leather though.
     
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    Billion81 It'd be a whole lot cooler if you did. Gold Supporting Member

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    Cool. Thanks folks..

    Those are both sick. I forgot about Mono. Our Drummer uses their Snare case.

    These are great.
     
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    I have a Mono single, but I actually hunted down a Incase Dub and Slim bag.

    Best. Gigbags. Ever.

    Well worth hunting down if you have the time, patience and/or money.
     
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    I've got a fabric Reunion Blues case. It's very nice but you might want to check out the YouTube video where they drop the guitar on the headstock.
     
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    Man- I gotta check out that Stevens..

    Yeah- the RB cases are on point. Ordered one..
     
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    Access stage five gigbag are my favorite, it's what I went to when incase stopped making them.
     
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    I love my Mono bags. Light weight, well constructed, water resistant (I got dumped on last fall and the guitar was dry as could be), and great for flying.
     
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    I found a used inCase double...awesome! My hardcases have been retired.
     
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    + 1 on the Pro Bag.
    Nice leather and a lot cheaper. I've had mine for several years and it has held up great. good strong zippers. Around $130.
     
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    I have a leather levy's gig bag that was 700$ but i got it for 3 cause the store was going out of business, i love it, i've carried les pauls and PRS in it and never had a problem, but a couple years ago i got an incase single... and i believe that the reason most people say "mono" is because they can't find an incase... that being said, its built like a tank and i actually dropped mine off a moving vehicle and drug it with a PRS in it and when i stopped there was a small hole where the street had gone through but my prs was still in tune, i'll never use another gig bag
     
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    Yikes on the price but these look stunning. I wonder how many people would spend that much on a case?
     

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