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what's your favorite electric guitar soft gig bag OR strap (post a pic/vid)!!!

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Jimmy25, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. Jimmy25

    Jimmy25 Member

    Dec 25, 2011
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2012
  2. axe4me

    axe4me Member

    Jan 20, 2009
    Howell, NJ
  3. musicofanatic5

    musicofanatic5 Supporting Member

    Sep 13, 2006
    New England
    The original issue Under Cover brand bag ("Denver USA" on the label) is the best unreinforced (all soft materials) gig bag ever made. Cordura covering, 2" of high-density foam on each side, thick pile psuedo-sheepskin on the inside. If I bend mine in half (empty, of course) it immediately springs right back to it's rigid form. I carry a '61 Pbass in one and would not worry if it tumbled down a flight of stairs.

    Dunno when they went out of production, and I believe someone has since revived the name with a lesser product. Every time I am on ebay I search "Under Cover" in musical insts, and have found two in the past ten years. A little rare but undisputably the best.

    As for guitar straps, I go with the above. Comfort, schmumfort; it's gotta look cool!
  4. Gevalt

    Gevalt Member

    Jun 26, 2011
    I was reading great things about the incase brand soft-cases, but they don't make 'em anymore.

    Then, I was looking at the Access Stage Three bags, but they were as much or more money than the Mono softcases, which seem more rugged, with a water-resistant exterior, and a good neck-yolk.


    PS: I don't have any, yet, I've just done way too much research.

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