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    Musician's Gear Deluxe Electric Guitar Case
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    Musician's Gear Deluxe Dreadnought Case
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    Musician's Gear Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag
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    Musician's Gear 7/8 Size Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag
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    Road Runner RRDWA Deluxe Wood Dreadnought Acoustic Case
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    Musician's Gear MC22LP Deluxe Hardshell Case
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    Road Runner RR1AG Avenue Series Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag
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    Epiphone Les Paul Hardshell Case
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    Epiphone Les Paul Gig Bag
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    Road Runner RR2AG Boulevard Series Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag
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    Musician's Gear Deluxe SGS Solid-Guitar-Style Hardshell Case
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    Road Runner RR1EG Avenue Series Electric Guitar Gig Bag
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    Musician's Gear Deluxe Classical Guitar Case
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    Silver Creek Vintage Dreadnought Archtop Case
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    Musician's Gear MGMELP Molded ABS Electric Guitar Case
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    Gator GBE-Mini-Acou Gig Bag for 1/2 to 3/4 Size Guitar
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    Gator GBE-Dread Gig Bag for Dreadnought Guitars
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    Gretsch Guitars G6241FT 16" Hollowbody Flat Economy Case
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    Road Runner RR2EG Boulevard Series Electric Guitar Gig Bag
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    Fender Pro Series Strat/Tele Electric Guitar Case
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    Gator GWE-Acou-3/4 Hardshell 3/4-Size Acoustic Guitar Case
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    Musician's Gear Electric Guitar Gig Bag
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    Fender Urban Squier Mini Strat Gig Bag
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    Gator GWE-Elec Hardshell Electric Guitar Case
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    Musician's Gear MGE07 Electric Guitar Bag in a Box
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    Schecter Guitar Research Diamond Series SGR-1C Molded Guitar Case
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    Musician's Gear MGMEG Molded ABS Electric Guitar Case
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    Fender Dreadnought/Dreadnought 12 Flat-Top Guitar Case
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    Epiphone 335 Hardshell Guitar Case
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    Jackson Jackson V Series Case for RR and King V Guitars
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Protecting your instrument from daily wear and tear is an important part of its care and maintenance.. Your guitar needs a proper case or gig bag whether you’re transporting to and from shows, travelling, practicing or storing it. By properly caring for your guitar you can add years to its life so it looks and sounds beautiful as long as you own it.

The first question to ask is whether you need a case or a gig bag. Cases usually have a hard shell, are bigger and heavier and very strong. A case would be ideal for a touring guitarist who spends a lot of time travelling, either by car or plane. If you play a lot of shows and your guitar is constantly being transported from the back of a van to the stage, a sturdy case will protect it from being dropped, scratched or jostled around. Gig bags are made from softer, flexible, often water-resistant material and tend to be noticeably lighter than a hard shell case. They still give your guitar excellent protection from rain, dust and debris, making them an ideal option for a more casual player who sticks close to home or a nearby rehearsal.

The main factors to consider when purchasing a case or gig bag are durability and security. Most guitarists require a case or gig bag that has heavy-duty latches or a sturdy zipper, a tough exterior and a soft interior. When your guitar is stored in a case or gig bag, you want to ensure it stays put without fear of falling out or being damaged. Other things to consider are what kind of features you want and how much storage space you have when not using the guitar. A heavy-duty guitar case takes up more room than a gig bag so consider where you guitar will be when you’re not rocking out with it. Do you need extra room for lots of accessories or do you just travel with your guitar and a pick or two? Do you need an extra level of security with a case that locks? Once you figure out the fine details, finding the perfect case or gig bag will be a much simpler task.

With so many guitar cases and gig bags to choose from, the decision ultimately comes down to your own preference and personal circumstances. The main goal is finding one that protects your investment so you can look and sound your best for years of stellar performance.
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