Thomann E-Guitar Gigbag RD

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Nylon Gig Bag for Electric Guitar

  • Standard
  • 20 mm foam padding
  • Rucksack straps with metal fittings and outer pocket
  • Inner dimensions (L x W x D): approx. 105 x 35 x 8 cm
  • Colour: Red
available since September 2009
Item number 228168
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Red
Model E-Guitar
Padding (Strength) 20 mm
Finish Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
61 AED 15,88 €
Plus 269 AED shipping
The price in AED is a guideline price only!
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Really nice gigbag...
Rad Dad 30.04.2017
**Disclaimer** - I LIKE red. This is very much a RED gigbag. When I opened it, I went 'WOOAAHH!'. You will *not* be missed with this. If you're at all shy - do NOT buy this gigbag. However - once the initial shock wore off - it's cool. Just make sure you really, really like red.

It's padded - not to a great extent - I wouldn't go bashing it about or dropping it, but it will provide a certain level of protection for a guitar. I must confess I'm a *little* nervous transporting my Harley Benton SC450+ Les Paul style guitar in this, with the infamous Les Paul weak neck/headstock join - however, if you take a piece of expanded polystyrene (like HB and probably other guitars come with, from Thomann and elsewhere) - just bob this in the bag with the guitar, under the neck and it will afford some additional, cushioning support.

Having said all that - it *is* reasonably well padded - very much so for the money.

The pockets are BIG. One is 34cm x 11cm x 3cm - good for a strap/cable, tuner, small pedal....the other is 39cm x 24cm x 3cm. Goodness only know what you'd use this one for - sandwiches, maybe? Lots of sheet music? Could get a tablet in, I suppose. Note - these pockets aren't padded. So your butties could easily be squashed.

Holding the bag - there's a carry handle, that's perfectly fine - and a couple of added shoulder straps. Both methods seem fine for the average electric guitar.

In conclusion - I'm perfectly happy for Belle, my SC450+ Lemon Drop to live in here when I'm not caressing her - I'd just be careful not to throw her on a bus or in the back of a van. But then again - you really shouldn't do that with your favourite instrument, should you? Recommended.
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Complements red tele
Macwba 29.12.2021
For this price, this bag is fit for purpose for my t style guitar and looks great at the same time. The material is waterproof and for good measure I have graphited all the zips as I do with most new zips. Stitching and design big front accessory pocket are nice and in this colour, just smart.
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Amazing bag worth double it's cost
Arkslippy 12.10.2021
I added this bag to my order to get free shipping, and I'm amazed by it, it's is like a semi rigid bag, when it's closed it's really well padded and firm, a lot of cheaper bags are basically covers, but this is more like a bag I'd expect to pay €50 to 60 for. Great pockets which are well shielded in themselves and massive. Great straps and really good zips and materials.

In short, I wish my kids school bags were as hardy of this. 6/5 stars if I could. And the red is really handsome.
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Value for money.
Old Bob 21.06.2019
This gig bag is really great value ,its a well made generous sized padded with one small pocket (top) and a larce pocket Lower).
Trust me I have paid roughly three times the price for a big branded bag, also made in the far east.
Once again THOMANN DID NOT dissapoint, thanks guys.
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