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Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case  

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This hardshell case is designed exclusively for the Epiphone Jack Casady bass. This Tolex covered bass case offers the perfect fit and protection for your bass, featuring chrome hardware, padded/plush... Read More

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This hardshell case is designed exclusively for the Epiphone Jack Casady bass. This Tolex covered bass case offers the perfect fit and protection for your bass, featuring chrome hardware, padded/plush interior, and accessories box.

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EpiphoneJack Casady Bass Guitar Case
 
4.5

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Functional (4)
  • Easy to use (3)
  • Good quality (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great case for Gibson EB-2

I needed a case for a Gibson EB-2 bass, which has a short scale (30.5") and a body that I believe is identical to the ES-335 guitar. The large...Read complete review

I needed a case for a Gibson EB-2 bass, which has a short scale (30.5") and a body that I believe is identical to the ES-335 guitar. The large semi-hollow body has made it difficult to find a case that fits. This is the only reasonably priced hard shell case I've found for it. It kinda makes sense that it's distributed by Gibson's sister company, Epiphone. I was surprised to find that it fits the EB-2 like a glove with no excessive room even though the Jack Casady Bass has a standard long scale (34"). The cases' interior is beautiful with lots of padding and room in the storage compartment for a strap and tuner or stomp box. The plush lining and snug fit really seem to baby the instrument. I am STOKED to have gotten this case, with discount, for under $120. So, are all things perfect in Caseland? No. If you read some of the other reviews of this case you'll see that it isn't a particularly heavy-duty case; the original Gibson case for my EB-2 weighed twice as much. I LOVE this case, but it should be considered medium duty protection at best, which is why I only gave it 4 stars. If a heavy speaker cabinet falls on it or a mike stand rams it when stuff shifts in the back of your semi, it's not going to cut it, i.e. I don't feel it's adequate as the sole protection if it's going to be thrown in the back of a semi with a bunch of huge PA cabinets. I'd probably get something custom if you're going on tour, but it is perfect for keeping your bass from getting banged up in your car's trunk or when walking through doorways or making your way down poorly lit backstage hallways or a thousand and one other situations. I feel that gig bags are a joke when it comes to transporting valuable instruments ANY distance, and this case is the MINIMUM protection for an instrument you care about. I would DEFINITELY recommend this case to a friend.

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Needed this.

Guitar Center transaction and delivery were flawless. Less so is the quality of this hardshell case. While it is the ONLY case to fit the Jack Casady bass I am disappointed in the lackluster...Read complete review

Guitar Center transaction and delivery were flawless. Less so is the quality of this hardshell case. While it is the ONLY case to fit the Jack Casady bass I am disappointed in the lackluster quality of its build. The "hardshell" is not that hard and would be questionable to put in baggage on an airplane. The latches are of inferior quality and feel that they could let go at any time. It's too bad considering the inside is plush and the bass fits quite well. Also too bad since we basically have no other choice than to purchase this case for this unique instrument.

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5.0

An excellent product.

By 4 Bassist

from eastern, WA

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Where the Casady bass belongs when not played.

    Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

    I am a firm believer in hard cases for my basses. The basses are protected against most kinds of hazards. When I acquired my Jack Casady bass, I wanted a good case for it. The body is a little larger than my gig bag's capacity. And, a gig bag does not offer much protection. I purchased the Epiphone case made for the Casady. It fits like a glove. As an unplanned test, a heavy object was accidently dropped on the case. My first thought was I am glad my bass was not in the case. Then, after inspecting the case, I could not find a mark or any damage to it. Epiphone, you convinced me. A high quality product to protect a high quality product.

     
    4.0

    Love this product

    By Luis

    from Edcouch tx

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

        To store my bass

         
        3.0

        Needed this.

        By basso

        from ma

        About Me Professional Musician

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Functional

        Cons

        • Poor Quality

        Best Uses

          Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

          Guitar Center transaction and delivery were flawless. Less so is the quality of this hardshell case. While it is the ONLY case to fit the Jack Casady bass I am disappointed in the lackluster quality of its build. The "hardshell" is not that hard and would be questionable to put in baggage on an airplane. The latches are of inferior quality and feel that they could let go at any time. It's too bad considering the inside is plush and the bass fits quite well. Also too bad since we basically have no other choice than to purchase this case for this unique instrument.

           
          5.0

          If I had the money, I would buy two of this wonderful Bass.

          By Tim

          from undisclosed

          Verified Buyer

          Comments about Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

          I have wanted a Jack Casady Bass for years but was never sold on the color. But when it came out in this beautiful blue color, I was sold. GC had a sale on it and I snatched it up. Playing it for over a week now, I must say I love it. The finish is great. I wanted to take the pickguard off, since I never play with a pick, but the screw holes bothered me, so I put the pickguard back on, and I am getting used to it. The sound is amazing. The passive pickup puts out as much power as an active pickup. I love it and am completely satisfied with the wonderful Bass

           
          5.0

          Case fit perfectly

          By Cowboy45

          from Lawrence, kansas

          About Me Experienced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              Bought the case for an Epiphone 1971 Rivoli bass. The case fit perfectly.

               
              5.0

              Perfect for Vintage Gibson G-3

              By Jonathan Spencer

              from St. Louis, MO

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              I found myself searching for a replacement case for a 1975 Gibson G-3. Someone on a forum suggested that this case might work. I can confirm that it indeed does. It is a bit tight at the upper bout, but that just holds it in place better. I folded a towel to place underneath the lower bout to decrease the angle at which the bass sits in the case. There is plenty of extra space in the case for a strap, tuner, and cable, as well. The case is huge, but so are Gibson basses. It seems sturdy overall and comes with a lock and key.

               
              5.0

              perfect fit for a vintage gibson g-3

              By Jonathan Spencer

              from st. louis, mo

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              i recently picked up a vintage gibson g-3, and the original case was in no condition for gigging. for some reason, gibson did not make a hard case for its reissue g-3. i found a forum post suggesting that this case might work, so i gave it a shot. it fits great. the case is well made and should do a good job protecting my bass. it would have cost about this much to get the original case fixed up, but this case is heavier duty.

               
              4.0

              Great case for Gibson EB-2

              By DOUGLAS ROBINSON

              from Grants Pass, OR

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              I needed a case for a Gibson EB-2 bass, which has a short scale (30.5") and a body that I believe is identical to the ES-335 guitar. The large semi-hollow body has made it difficult to find a case that fits. This is the only reasonably priced hard shell case I've found for it. It kinda makes sense that it's distributed by Gibson's sister company, Epiphone. I was surprised to find that it fits the EB-2 like a glove with no excessive room even though the Jack Casady Bass has a standard long scale (34"). The cases' interior is beautiful with lots of padding and room in the storage compartment for a strap and tuner or stomp box. The plush lining and snug fit really seem to baby the instrument. I am STOKED to have gotten this case, with discount, for under $120. So, are all things perfect in Caseland? No. If you read some of the other reviews of this case you'll see that it isn't a particularly heavy-duty case; the original Gibson case for my EB-2 weighed twice as much. I LOVE this case, but it should be considered medium duty protection at best, which is why I only gave it 4 stars. If a heavy speaker cabinet falls on it or a mike stand rams it when stuff shifts in the back of your semi, it's not going to cut it, i.e. I don't feel it's adequate as the sole protection if it's going to be thrown in the back of a semi with a bunch of huge PA cabinets. I'd probably get something custom if you're going on tour, but it is perfect for keeping your bass from getting banged up in your car's trunk or when walking through doorways or making your way down poorly lit backstage hallways or a thousand and one other situations. I feel that gig bags are a joke when it comes to transporting valuable instruments ANY distance, and this case is the MINIMUM protection for an instrument you care about. I would DEFINITELY recommend this case to a friend.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              excellent bass case

              By Trevor Johnsen

              from rockford il

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              I have a ""Waterstone TP8/32 Tom Petersson semi-hollow 8 string bass" and had trouble finding a case. It's approximately the size of a 335 and I'd read good stories about how that this jack casady case fits 335 basses (EB2&Rivoli), and found that this case would seem to be a good fit. It fits my Waterstone bass great, and seems to be the only readily available hardshell case that will fit these types of basses (335s and alike), and for that it gets five stars.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Decent

              By scotty cantwell

              from Roseville, CA

              Comments about Epiphone Jack Casady Bass Guitar Case:

              I've owned several of these cases over the last couple of years, and are exactly the case you need for your Jack Casady bass, which fits snugly and safely within. The furry padding and "leather-like" plastic shell are more than adequate to protect the bass. It is also a very attractive looking case. The only thing negative about them, is that the metal hinges are rather poorly attatched to the shell with a couple of rivet pins than can be pulled out when just normal opening and closing of the lid. They can also just outright fall out if there is any shock from hitting the ground from an upright position, as happened to one of mine. I used a little crazy glue to repair it, which did the trick, but doesn't really obliviate the fact that there are really some poor quality hinge fittings on this case. It's a little pricey, too, when you consider the above problem, but it is really the only thing out there that really fits and protects my Jack Casady basses this well. So overall, a decent case, but be sure to check it out thoroughly when you get one to make sure everything is tight, and be careful with it; it's not really built to take a ton of abuse...

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