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Road Runner's Polyfoam Bass Guitar Case offers the protection of a hardshell case with the weight of a gig bag. It features rigid thermal-form structure and Cortex cover. The interior is graced with a... Read More

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Overview

Road Runner's Polyfoam Bass Guitar Case offers the protection of a hardshell case with the weight of a gig bag. It features rigid thermal-form structure and Cortex cover. The interior is graced with an extra-plush lining and includes a compartment with generous storage for accessories.

Features
  • Lightweight, rigid thermal-form structure
  • Cortex cover
  • Extra plush lining
  • Heavy-duty handle
  • Large storage pockets
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3.6

(based on 12 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

IT'S OK

I bought this case a while ago and it worked quite well. But the zipper is not that great because if it breaks your screwed. I for one think buying a zipper case is...Read complete review

I bought this case a while ago and it worked quite well. But the zipper is not that great because if it breaks your screwed. I for one think buying a zipper case is low quality. I recommend a case that uses buckles or something like that. But the storage is great.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Was good for a while.. Its still trying though

Picked up a Schecter Damien SB1 and needed a quick case. Picked up the roadrunner because of the price. It was cool for about a month until the first zipper handle thingie bell...Read complete review

Picked up a Schecter Damien SB1 and needed a quick case. Picked up the roadrunner because of the price. It was cool for about a month until the first zipper handle thingie bell off. Being a poor musician im used to improvising and just used a key from the keychain to open it for a while. Finally that ended up with a tie wrap. Works great! Maybe i'll get a black tie wrap as an upgrade so it doesn't stand out so much. I always wonder why the other bands we play with laugh at me. I thought it was my sense of humor... but i digress.. the big zipper pocket seemed to be poorly stitched because that ripped completely open about 75 days into ownership. i didnt really mind too much, now i didnt have to actually open the zipper to put my cables in there. maybe thats a feature. 3rd month i did lose a rubber foot though so itll fall to the side on uneven surfaces. time passes and yes, my bass continues to stay safe regardless of the "modifications". fast forward two strong years with my zipper handle-less roadrunner and the handle finally came off. i havent tried to screw it back in yet. its only one screw so half the handle is hanging off. maybe the one screw will be enough to carry it because i was a little buzzed after a gig and had a really hard time carrying it around under my arm. awkward. so 2 years for 60 bucks. i cant tell if its a good deal. as far as the "bells & whistles" such as zipper handles, rubber feet and handles, you could do better. my guitar is still safe. i have to kind of jimmy my soft strap to keep it completely firm with my new schecter raiden im keeping in there for now, but hey, its come this far... ill let you know if i can screw the handle back in. if not, it may be a deal breaker. will i buy another one? probably not. especially since musician's gear has a molded hardshell one for 10 bucks less now. hope this helped a little

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5.0

Love It!!!

By Jelani

from Miami, FL

I accidentally ran it over with my car yesterday, not a scratch on ths bass.

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3.0

Doesn't fit

By WILLIAM

from Evansville, WI

Bought this for a Fender / Squire Bass VI. The body cavity is too small to accommodate this instrument. A gig-bag was all I could find that will.

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5.0

Solid and Spacious

By Silas Arnold

from Buckner, MO

I've got an Ibanez SR706 bass, a wide baby to be sure, and this holds her in just fine (tight squeeze though). I've had this for about a year and a half. The only hiccup I've found is one of the bottom rubber pieces falls out since the screws are set into styrofoam. The space inside and the pouches on the outside are well thought out. People complain that the handle breaks apart after a week, but that hasn't happened to me. If you recognize that it isn't a true hardshell case, and treat it as such, it'll serve you well.

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4.0

Basses Aren't All the Same. Thankfully, neither are the cases.

By Thoeun Moen

from Saint Paul, MN

I bought this case as a replacement for my Ibanez Sound Gear 5-string bass, which I had originally bought a Road Runner wood case (the one that, incidentally, cost slightly more). The nice thing about that other case were the latches and the sturdy handle. The bad thing about that other case was that it did a horrible job at keeping the bass from being knocked around on the inside, which renders such things as good latches and a sturdy handle moot. So, I went and bought this Polyfoam case. It protects what counts: the Bass. The Sound Gear 5-string I have has a slightly thinner neck than other basses, and in this case, it holds it nice and tight, and even as I pick it up and shake it, it stays where it's supposed to: in the cradle. It's a good buy for the price, my only complaint being the zipper enclosure. Thankfully, I know how to repair zippers if they get broken, so it's not as bad. The pockets are plentiful (I used to carry my cables and straps in the case, then everything else in a backpack. Now, I carry everything, including a Korg pedal tuner and my cleaning solutions all in the case) and the poylfoam, when properly taken care of, is lightweight and strong. Overall, a good case, with knocking out one star for the zipper enclosure.

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5.0

Great Case For The Price With Extras...

By Michael Pinkston

from Brownsburg, Indiana

I ordered this case on the advice from a friend. For the price I would certainly give this case 5 stars. Number 1 my Ibanez fits it perfectly. Number 2 there are 2 internal well sized storage compartments as well as 1 external zipper compartment. The case seems very sturdy on top of the extras. I will order another one when needed...

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3.0

Was good for a while.. Its still trying though

By Bil Griffith

from San Diego, Ca

Picked up a Schecter Damien SB1 and needed a quick case. Picked up the roadrunner because of the price. It was cool for about a month until the first zipper handle thingie bell off. Being a poor musician im used to improvising and just used a key from the keychain to open it for a while. Finally that ended up with a tie wrap. Works great! Maybe i'll get a black tie wrap as an upgrade so it doesn't stand out so much. I always wonder why the other bands we play with laugh at me. I thought it was my sense of humor... but i digress.. the big zipper pocket seemed to be poorly stitched because that ripped completely open about 75 days into ownership. i didnt really mind too much, now i didnt have to actually open the zipper to put my cables in there. maybe thats a feature. 3rd month i did lose a rubber foot though so itll fall to the side on uneven surfaces. time passes and yes, my bass continues to stay safe regardless of the "modifications". fast forward two strong years with my zipper handle-less roadrunner and the handle finally came off. i havent tried to screw it back in yet. its only one screw so half the handle is hanging off. maybe the one screw will be enough to carry it because i was a little buzzed after a gig and had a really hard time carrying it around under my arm. awkward. so 2 years for 60 bucks. i cant tell if its a good deal. as far as the "bells & whistles" such as zipper handles, rubber feet and handles, you could do better. my guitar is still safe. i have to kind of jimmy my soft strap to keep it completely firm with my new schecter raiden im keeping in there for now, but hey, its come this far... ill let you know if i can screw the handle back in. if not, it may be a deal breaker. will i buy another one? probably not. especially since musician's gear has a molded hardshell one for 10 bucks less now. hope this helped a little

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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It works, but just barely...

By Steve Bradfield

from Salt Lake City, Utah

I was in a hurry and needed a cheap case to transport one of my basses quickly. Good: I haven't had any of the claimed problems (so far). I like the way it looks and feels, and the outside pocked is big enough to hold my DigiTech processor. Bad: Neither my Peavey Grind 5 nor my Ibanez SR506 fits properly. The main section isn't long enough for the upper horn on either bass, and the neck section is barely wide enough for the 5, and the 6 doesn't fit at all. The good news is that the foam is gentle and the zipper stretches enough to close anyway. I already have a real hardcase for one of them, and I'll be getting another as soon as possible.

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(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Really good for me

By Garnsey

from Deposit,NY

Well i got this case a while ago ffor my soundgear bass. I must say it protects my bass really well. I haven't had any problems with it . Ive heard other reviews about the screw in the handle coming loose. that happened to me too, but you just screw it back in. The only reason that they keep saying the zipper quality is bad is because of the the strap that holds it up is in the way. Just put that in the case. Overall this case has protected my base and i can store alot of my stuff inside of it. Overall i would give this product of 5 stars.

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(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Don't waist your money.....

By L. Flyer

from Las Vegas, NV

This case was a total waist of money. I take really great care of my gear. Even so, after only one gig the plastic feet fell off. Then I discovered that there were tacks that came through the foam liner and totally scratched my new bass!!! After only a couple of months of gentile use, the lids over the storage compartments inside the case fell off!!! The whole thing is falling apart!!! Had to throw it away and buy a hard shell case...

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(4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

POC

By Rob

from NY

I've had this case for less then two weeks. It already started falling apart. Save your money.

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