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Gig Bags for Hollow Body Electric Guitars

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As a musician, protecting your hollow body electric guitar is always a top priority and gig bags are a great way to preserve your instrument when it’s not in use. Whether you’re traveling to band practice on a regular basis or play part-time when the mood strikes, covering your guitar with a gig bag ensures it remains dent, ding and dust-free so it can continue to sound its best time and time again. When it comes to choosing a gig bag for your hollow body electric guitar, it will really come down to personal preference. If you’re on the road a lot, you might want to consider a gig bag with straps for easier portability. The one you choose depends on your instrument and what kind of features you want and need.

If you’re looking for a gig bag made specifically for your Gretsch, the Gretsch Guitars Electromatic G2162 Gig Bag is an excellent choice. This bag provides a snug and padded fit for your hollow body Gretsch and features a large, exterior pocket for accessories. A solid option for your Gibson ES-335 or similar styled guitar is the Musician’s Gear 335 Style Hollowbody Electric Guitar Bag. Designed for optimum protection, this water-resistant gig bag features high density foam padding, 9 pockets and padded backpack straps.

Own a couple of hollow body electric guitars and want something that fits both of them? The Road Runner Double Electric/Hollowbody Black Guitar Gig Bag allows you to transport 2 guitars at the same time. A thick foam interior lining as well as a reinforced headstock and bridge ensure both guitars are safe and secure. Several pockets offer plenty of room for essentials and multiple straps provide various carrying options for traveling.

From basic to elaborate designs, there are a variety of gig bags out there that will protect and help prolong the life of your hollow body electric guitar. Investing in a gig bag is probably the best decision you’ll make for your instrument and you’re sure to find one here that is right for you.