Thomann E-Guitar Heavy Gigbag

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Gig Bag For Electric Guitar

  • For BC Rich Warlock (also bronze), V - style and LTD AX models
  • 20 mm Foam padding
  • Rucksack straps with metal fittings and outside pocket
  • Internal dimensions (L x W): 115 x 45 cm
available since May 2006
Item number 190367
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Black
Model Warlock, V-Style
Padding (Strength) 20 mm
Finish Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
62 AED 16,72 €
Plus 259 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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Good quality for price, does not fit ESP V-style guitars.
Adam C 26.09.2019
High quality and absolutely the best choice for its price point.

Padding is generous for a cheap gigbag, but I wouldn't trust this bag in situations where it's likely to get knocked about or loaded in a car with other gear etc.

The two storage pouches are large but very shallow, storing cables, tuners, or capos is easy enough, but pedals leave a visible bulge.

Your mileage may vary, but I find the shoulder straps are mounted very close together at the top which rubs against my neck, and becomes painful if I have to run for a train or something similar.

It's worth noting that this gig-bag is too small to fit my ESP V, but comfortably holds either my Jackson KV or Dean V.

My experience so far with this gigbag has been largely positive, and it's very good value for money. The points I have raised are only minor issues in my eyes, and I can recommend this product to anyone with a V that doesn't want to spend a fortune on a gigbag.
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Great gigbags
Leftygaucher 04.05.2018
If I had to recommend one item made under the Thomann name, it would be their gigbags.
What you get for the money has no equivalent elsewhere, at least in my experience. If you pay 5-10 euros more and go for the higher-grade Thomann gigbags, you really get more for your money, too, unlike in so many other places where it's not the case.
I suggest you get the gigbags around the 20 euro price point at least -- they offer a decent amount of padding hence adequate protection, unlike the cheapest ones.
My favorite are the light cream colored models which are well padded and made of long-lasting canvass-like materials. The most expensive ones seem to be using some kind of vinyl material which in my opinion and prejudice might degrade and flake off eventually, like so many rubber and plastic items containing PVC. But still, you can't go wrong with ANY Thomann gigbag over the 15 euro price point.
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Excellent and high quality guitar gigbag.
Ainar 28.03.2022
Stitched qualitatively. The guitar in the case rest as it should. For the price, this is the best choice.
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Works as it should
Someone in Finland 06.03.2022
Works well with a Jackson King V JS32. Pockets can fit all the necessities, e.g. strings, string changing kit, water bottle, whammy bars, and so on.

Occasionally it bumps into doorframes but this is just a minor inconvenience.
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