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The Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case gives your guitar a level of impact protection that rivals the protection offered by many flight cases. With some significant differences: the TRIC case w... Read More

Overview

The Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case gives your guitar a level of impact protection that rivals the protection offered by many flight cases. With some significant differences: the TRIC case weighs in just slightly heavier than a typical guitar gig bag. TRIC stands for Thermally Regulated Instrument Case - that means it provides excellent protection in extreme changes in temperature from -50° to +150°C. The Godin TRIC case is also remarkably affordable, with a price very close to that of a standard hard-shell guitar case.

Portability is a big part of what makes acoustic guitars so popular. But obviously, providing appropriate protection for your guitar when moving it, is an important consideration. Up until now, guitar players faced the choice of either a gig bag or a hard shell case to protect of their guitar. Lightweight gig bags are easy to carry but they don't offer much impact resistance. Hard shell cases, on the other hand, provide better impact protection but are much heavier and more awkward to carry.

The phenomenal combination of resilience and lightness in the Godin TRIC case is possible thanks to a high-tech material called Neopolen P Expanded Polypropylene or EPP. EPP is incredibly tough, light, and boasts exceptional thermal properties.

TRIC cases are made in Canada by The Godin Guitar Company.

Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Godin Original Purchaser's Limited Warranty

The Godin Guitar Co. warrants this instrument with regards to materials and workmanship for a period of ONE year from the date of original purchase to the original purchaser. The instrument shall be purchased only from an Authorized Godin dealer. Should the product require service, The Godin Guitar Co. will repair or replace the product free of charge during the warranty period. This warranty shall include all parts and labour. If service is required, contact your Authorized Godin dealer at which point it will be determined whether the guitar can be serviced locally, or should be returned to the factory. All return freight and insurance charges will be paid by the customer.

The following are not covered by the Godin warranty:
- Any instrument upon which the Serial number has been altered in any way. Any instrument that has been damaged due to misuse, neglect, or accident.
- Normal wear and tear including machine heads, worn frets, saddles and nuts.
Strings and batteries.
- Any instrument that has been subjected to extreme changes in temperature or humidity.
- Cracking or discoloration to the finish.

The Godin Guitar Co. assumes no liability for any loss of income, dissatisfaction, or damages arising from the loss of use of this product due to defects or availability of the product during service.


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GodinTRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case
 
2.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

Nice Looking case

By Paul

from Apple Valley Ca

Comments about Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case:

First look I like the case, but really would rather have the original Tric molded case. Seagull (Godin) still makes the Molded case and you can order it through Godin. You can possibly order it through GC as they are an official Segull Dealer. The Deluxe case may be a GC only product. The case itself is really strong and has great impact protection and will ultimately protect your guitar, Cons are it really only fits Godin products and as they are made by Godin specifically for their instruments. 4 stars only because it does not have latches to hold it closed to keep in the humidity. Otherwise a great product.

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(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Case, but...

By Jim B

from Waltham, MA

Comments about Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case:

I've been playing a Seagull M6 Spruce top for about 5 years now. I added a LR Baggs active pickup for gigs. I've been really happy with it-great bright sound, no problems either musically or structurally-it came with the TRIC case with the nylon cover, which has been really good with the exception of the handle. The case's handle is molded foam with a plastic 'frame' and could be stronger. I 'gig' about two, sometimes three times a week at my church and friend's homes for jams. I've been able to keep the handle together with some Gorilla Glue,but I don't keep anything in the zip pocket on the outside, since that seems to throw off the case's balance. Once I started doing that, I haven't had any problems.

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(4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Unpleased

By JC. Reyna

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case:

Last week I received my order. The case that arrived is not the one I ordered. I'm very unpleased. The image in the picture of the product advertised does not correspond to the product I received. It is a dreadnought guitar case and the design is very similar, but the color and the design of the big pocket are not. To top it all, my guitar doesn't fit. The case does close with a lot of effort. I'm considering sending it to a custom workshop to fix it. Aside those problems, the case is way over priced. Seems to me my guitar will not be protected by this case. Outside the page, the case seems very fragile.

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(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Overpriced gig bag

By a12stringer

from Kansas City, MO

Comments about Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case:

First off, Godin has changed the construction of this case--replacing the thermoplastic shell with a nylon shell and replacing the latches with two zippers. The rubber valence is gone--so it will not close tightly against moisture and humidity. I knew purchasing this was a mistake when it came out of a box marked "fragile." Finally, the case will not accommodate any guitar with a headstock longer than 6". The headstock on my guitar is 7.25"

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