This molded electric guitar case from Road Runner is designed to fit a variety of electric guitars with various shapes. For extra protection, the exterior of the hardshell guitar case is molded and ex... Click To Read More About This Product
This molded electric guitar case from Road Runner is designed to fit a variety of electric guitars with various shapes. For extra protection, the exterior of the hardshell guitar case is molded and extremely roadworthy. It has a non-scratch, thicker pile, plush-lined interior with a padded neck brace and 2 accessory compartments”one covered and one open. This Road Runner case also has a tongue-and-groove valance, rubber feet, 3 riveted latches (the middle one has a lock & key mechanism), and an offset handle for easier transportation.
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I wanted a case that was stronger than the wood cased but I needed it to fit my Kramer Pacer Imperial. The problem with my Pacer Imperial is it has a pointy droopy headstock, and the headstock hits the bottom of a lot of cases. But not this one. The case feels extremely durable and it is comfortable to carry. Plenty of storage space. One storage area has a lid the other side is open. The interior is nice and plush. The only reasons that I gave it a 4 star rating is because there is room on the sides between the inside of the case and the body of my Pacer. Nothing that a towel can't handle. Even with that space, the guitar doesn't move when the lid is closed and latched. I would liked to have TSA latches on this case but for $$$ you can't beat it. I would have no problem using this case to take my guitar on a flight.
I picked up two of these today, one for one of my strats, and one for an esp. After I saw how well the strat fit in, I put the esp in my skb case and put my custom shop strat in the roadrunner case. This thing will flat out hug a strat. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is because I've backed over the skb case with my truck (with a guitar inside it. Granted, it wasn't on purpose, but what a way to find out what kind of case you have! That being said, the roadrunner cases I got today fit my guitars very well, seem to be well-constructed, have ample storage space, balance nicely when loaded, and look nice to boot. If you plan on running over a guitar with a truck, get an skb, but that's a durability test I hope to never repeat, and I have faith that my new roadrunner cases will still be in service 10 years from now.
This is a good case and can fit almost any guitar. I fit my Jackson Dinky and Ibanez RG2ex1 in it.Ive had it for over a year and it keeps my guitar as good as new, but the only problem is that the key lock on it broke..no big deal it still closes and locks with the latches and dosent come open at all. But it doesnt lock with a key. The key lock doesnt really matter all that much i just liked it because my younger siblings couldnt open it. But they now know not to touch it.
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