Gator Cases G-PG-BASS - Funda para guitarra (acolchada)
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- Laterales con acolchado extragrueso con protector para lluvia.
- Interior microforrado.
- Correas para la espalda ajustables y extraíbles.
- Absorción de golpes interna.
- Bolsillo para tablets con espacio para cables y pentagrama.
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Descripción del producto
Gator Pro Go guitarra Gig Bag - Bass
- De Acolchado paredes laterales y forro polar interior
- Interno de absorción de shock absorber
- Tableta, bolsillo interno cable gestión y hoja música bolsillo
- Multi desmontable, ajustable correas de mochila
- Protector para lluvia
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Lo uso para diferentes modelos de guitarra: Gibson Les Paul Standard, Fender Stratocaster y Telecaster. Gracias al diseño interior de la funda, estos modelos van perfectamente protegidos en el interior.
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I play in a working band but the bag stays either in my house or in my car during transport. It is not abused or loaded into a band van. I carry it from my house to my car, from my car to the stage, back to my car and then to my house and I do this twice a week. I have had the bag since December and I'm going to have to buy a new case already because this one is falling apart.
It's a shame because I love the design, the fabric and the look. The pockets are large and well designed and the straps are really nice and padded. The neck support is also a great feature for Les Pauls and other guitars with slanted headstocks. I am just extremely dissapointed that a guitar case designed for professional use and costing a good amount of money, has had three major failures in 4 months with light use. I expected to get at least a couple of years out of the case but unfortunately it just isn't very well made.
It is extremely annoying because I have researched professional grade soft cases and this one is the only one I like that really fits my needs. I will have to go back to searching because I won't be spending over 100 bdollars on another one. The case appears well made but apparently looks are deceiving 'because the longevity shows that the case is poorly constructed.
I will likely go back to using a John Suhr soft bag. It is very similar to the gator case but my last one lasted me three years.
UPDATE: Since writing my review, I continued using the case because I was unable to find anything else I liked. Since then, the entire right shoulder strap has torn off including the tab that attaches the bag to the strap. The entire bottom of the case has ripped along the stitching. Absolutely terrible product. I will post pictures.
- well made (straps, zippers, etc)
- it's inherently heavy with all the padding and protection, which takes away from the advantages of a gig bag
- i just took this on the road and it was great to carry around and feel like it was protected but also have straps that allow you to haul in and out of basements easily
buy this if you're on the road or play a ton of shows and are really particular about your fancy guitar
Plenty of pockets to holds cables, etc.
Straps are very comfortable when wearing the case.
Yes, this case is on the larger side but to me the added protection is worth it, and the ability to walk into a gig carrying two guitars, my combo amp and pedalboard in one trip from the car is great!
I saw the youtube video of the Uncle Kracker band throwing the Gator G-PG Pro Go case around, dropping it, etc. so thought I'd give it a try. It arrived quickly and, honestly, is a fairly nice case. Fairly well constructed, sturdy, though not quite as sturdy as I expected for the money. My bass is very heavy and it would not survive repeatedly being thrown off the back of a truck, etc.as depicted in the video.
Still, it would have sufficed for my use. (I didn't plan to throw it off trucks or even fly with it.) What caused me to RETURN this item was the way the bass fit in the case. I put the bass in the case and it fit fine. But when zipping it up, it was a very tight fit in the area right under the handle. I ran the zipper back and forth a few times and knew this would not work for me. When zipping it up, I had to push the padding in with my left hand while pulling hard and forcing the zipper closed with my right. It was just too snug. I knew it wouldn't be long before either the padding would get caught in the zipper or the zipper itself would give out due to the strain. The zipper is one of those that's ok if it is allowed to freely travel with no resistance, but not the most heavy duty and wouldn't last through repeatedly being forced closed and opened.
So if you have a lightweight bass with a smaller design, this case would probably work. All of that being said, I think the $149 price tag is still a bit high for this case. It might be more fairly priced around $119 or so. I have since ordered a Electric Bass Contego PRO PAC Case by Protec priced at $125 and am waiting for it to arrive. The dimensions show it to be two inches wider than the Pro Go so I'm hoping the bass fits alright in it.
Just my opinion. Good luck.