The SKB-35 is a guitar case for thin-bodied, semi-hollow guitars. Features a restyled interior to accommodate a wider variety of 335-style, semi-hollow guitar bodies, including guitars that are fitted... Read More
The SKB-35 is a guitar case for thin-bodied, semi-hollow guitars. Features a restyled interior to accommodate a wider variety of 335-style, semi-hollow guitar bodies, including guitars that are fitted with a Bigsby tailpiece. The completely redesigned latches are made of virtually indestructible fiberglass-reinforced nylon and include a TSA-recognized and accepted lock. The over-molded handle is comfortable and perfectly balanced.
The SKB-35 guitar case features molded-in bumpers for protection, and a tongue and groove valance to keep dust and moisture out.
SKB guitar cases have set the standard for ABS molded plastic transport protection for 30 years. Guitar players worldwide recognize the superior design features and quality manufacturing standards inherent in every SKB guitar case.
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I bought an Artcore 75 with tremolo and started looking for a case. When I started the search the field was murky with sizes and recommendations. Although I am a guitar collector and player I hadn't had experience with semihollow bodies. I went to a GC store in my area dragging my Artcore with me and asked if they had a case. They are not that easy to find. They looked on their computer and several clerks draqged out 5 cases, none of which fit. Finally one guy says I know what will fit but we have one in stock and we have to find it. After a half hour of searching they brought an SK35 SKB case. They took the Artcore by the neck and it slipped in beautifully and fit to a T. The case is tough and has great latches. It cost a little more but there could not be a case that could fit better. I left extremely happy! Artcore players try the SK35!
I have two of these, plus another similar one for a dreadnought acoustic. Waste your money elsewhere. Protect your investment with a good case. You'll be glad you did. I have a heavily customized and inlayed guitar worth $$$ and I wouldn't put it in anything other than this. I'm very careful. You should be too. But then again, it's your choice. Save your $$ for that pedal or a decent case - you choose. I pick the case.
Bought this case for an Epi Dot. The case did not smell like so many of them do when new. Thought it was odd that there was a clasp on the hinged side but soon got used to opening that one too. I would definately buy another.
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