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SKB SC30 Thin-Line Classical Acoustic-Electric Guitar Gig Bag

SKB SC30 Thin-Line Classical Acoustic-Electric Guitar Soft Bag

Get the padded protection of a hardshell case with the portability of a gig bag. It features a molded EPS interior with plush lining.

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Submitted December 22, 2017 by Mat G in Los Angeles, CA
"This is a must!"
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This is my second one. The first I have been using for 7 years and it still works fine but was looking a bit haggered so I purchased this new one. This soft case or hard bag, whatever you wish to call it, offered superior protection to a factory included gig bag, even a nice one. The pockets and storage space is plentiful with specialized Velcro sealed and zippered spaces for batteries, music clips, strings, pencils, strap, cable, just about anything a working pro would need on a gig or show. The only thing that I think could be improved is the padding on the shoulder straps which are comfortable but not overly generous with padding. This is well worth the money.
Musical Background:
Full time pro playing 52 years. I play a lot of nylon string and play electric and steel string, Uke, Mando, Bass.
Musical Style:
I am a session player and am comfortable in all styles of music, specializing in Jazz, Blues, R&B and Latin Music. I do a lot of
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Submitted January 23, 2021 by JACK PARRISH in Orlando, FL
"ALMOST CUT MY HAIR.... '70's song..."
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My 2 cents worth... Good thing I was an interior aircraft mechanic.When I first got this I said to my self... Wow... Nice case.. But when I put my thin line in it... No dice... So I had to modify it to fit.. I had to go to it with a pair of big pliers and squish it to fit the guitar... Also used a dead hammer in some places about 31/2 hours of fiddling with it... I looked up on the net what this case fits and it fits some kind of Yamaha thin line worth about $ 700.00 bucks. I put a 100 $ cheap guitar I got from another vendor to protect it...
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