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Mono Vertigo Electric Bass Guitar Case
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Mono Vertigo Electric Bass Guitar Case

With its unique top-load design, Headlock neck support system, and rubber sole, this case offers heavy-duty protection from drops and other gigging hazards.

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Submitted September 14, 2018 by Angel V in Yuma, AZ
"Love My Case!"
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I love the protection this case give my bass. Yes it is on the pricier side but hey it is worth the money for they protection you get. One this I did not like is how the picture on the site showed the Mono Guitar Tick 2..0 Accessory Bag and I came to find out it wasn't included I then called and confirmed with zZounds the Bag was not part of my shipment. Overall great product.
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This product is well made and I think it will last a long time.
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Submitted November 7, 2018 by Efrain F in shawnee, KS
"Perfect!!!"
This is the perfect hybrid gig bag/case for my basses. I am getting very addicted to this vertigo case. My basses are protected and my back doesn't hurt at all
Musical Background:
I am a profesional bassplayer
Musical Style:
Pop, Jazz, Country and Christian music
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Submitted November 26, 2020 by a customer from gmail.com
"Weakest case ever!!!"
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Do not buy this case!!! Holy crap why are these popular? Soo fragile!! Incredibly easy to bend!!I compared the Mono vertigo to the Reunion Blues RBCB4 case. . again, Holy crap why is mono popular?!?! These cases suck!!I put the mono side by side the reunion blues and put pressure on the neck area to bend it. . .the mono bends like a regular soft case. I would NEVER NEVER, EVER trust my bass in this. As for the top loading feature ...I had both cases in the standing position and measured the length of zipper it took to get my bass in and out of both cases. -The Mono took 67" of unzipped zipper to get a bass in and out. -The Reunion Blues RBCB4 took 47" of unzipped zipper. . Reunion wins again. As for the location of the shoulder straps. Some people claim mono sits lower on your back so you don't have to hunch thru doorways ... AGAIN, i measured this ... 2 inches people.. The mono sits 2 inches lower. The pocket in the Mono Vertigo. What a joke!!! Its "big" .. But it doesn't expand so anything fits in it. If you put stuff in it, it just crams all that stuff back against your bass and makes it harder to get your bass in and out of. I will happily stay with my reunion blues case. I really, really wanted to "upgrade" to the Mono from Reunion Blues, but it was a HUGE step backwards. Big disappointment. The Mono Vertigo, simply put is the worse case i have ever come across. Save 80$-160$ and just buy the Reunion Blues RBCB4. You won't need the tick 2.0 either. The RBCB4 already has enough room and it's much much stronger
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Submitted November 12, 2020 by a customer from gmail.com
"Reunion Blues beats Mono vertigo"
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I had a reunion blues bass case and finally got a Mono. Everyone has been raving about them. "Is that a Mono bro!" ... I A/B'd it to my reunion blues .. Holy crap!!! The mono is super super flexible. I think im gonna make a YouTube video showing how bad mono is compared to reunion blues. I'm soo blown away that people fly with these. Ppl who claim mono straps are positioned better for walking thru doors. I measured both the vertigo and the RB bass case from strap start to top. The mono is 18 3/4" and the reunion blues is 20 3/4" ... So 2 inches difference. This holds absolutely nothing as far as storage is concerned. The 'tick 2.0' holds the same as the reunion blues without costing an extra 90$ .. The top loading design still requires over half the zipper to be unzipped... 67" of zipper to fit a bass. Meanwhile the reunion blues (standing up) requires 47" of zipper to be unzipped to fit my bass. Again the RB bass wins again.I can't believe the mono costs 50$ more than the RB bass.
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