Which Good Gig Bag is the best for me?

Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by GuitarSetup, Nov 9, 2019 at 12:54 AM.

Which Good Gig Bag is the best for me?

  1. Mono

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  2. Gruv Gear

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  3. Kavaborg

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  1. GuitarSetup

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    This is the only brand i know available here my country

    Mono
    Gruv Gear
    Kavaborg

    There are a lot of custom gig bag builders here but maybe choose any of this brands without hassle
     
  2. High Plains Drifter

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    Well... we all saw this coming.

    There are some seriously good bags out there but I hate buying "universal fit" cases sight unseen since the guitar may not fit properly. Only YOU know what features you need... dimensions? thick padding? large pocket? backpack style? lockable? budget? Those factors will narrow down your search.
     
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    Spicypickles Sweeps & Mops

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    Are there forums for house buying? God help those people once you join the search for a new crib.
     
  4. GuitarSetup

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    Dont know yet until i got the guitar, but im looking for touch gig bag between the 3 i mention, there is high price difference of mono and kavaborg is
     
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    Just going by brand name doesnt mean anything, as they all make a wide range of products at multiple quality/protection levels/prices.

    Is Reunion Blues available there? That could be another company to look at.
     
  6. GuitarSetup

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    maybe, i dont know is the distributor here
     
  7. Andromalia

    Andromalia Pardon my french

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    I only had a Mono bag from the ones listed, all I can say about it is that it's good, does the job, and looks like it's going to last a long time. (Have had it for like, 3 years now)
     
  8. MaxOfMetal

    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    Like I said in your other thread, I've had the MONO M80 Double for awhile now, and it's great. Protects the guitars without issue, and has plenty of useful pockets. Quality is on-par with price (which isn't cheap, I got mine on sale as an "open box" for $275).

    The GruvGear stuff looks great, is also very well made, and is cheaper than MONO, but for my own setup, I found the pockets to be lacking. There are plenty of them, I just didn't find them as useful or as easy to get to.

    I have no experience with Kavaborg.
     
  9. GuitarSetup

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    the kavaborg is half the price of mono and looks decent, im really thinking mono
     
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    axxessdenied Arium Addict

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    I've had probably 8 or 9 Mono Sleeves now and they are just fantastic. They fit in an overhead cabin on a plane too so if you upgrade to early boarding you should be able to bring your guitar on and snag a spot with ease. I trust them a lot more than any hardcase I've owned. I'd opt for the Vertigo if I was moving around a lot though for the added protection.
     
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    You could have just asked in your other thread. Just sayin.
     
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    Lol. What's next ? Which gauge pick should I use ?
     
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    It's a discussion forum. If you don't like the thread topic, don't click. If you rather not see threads started by the OP, click the "ignore" button for their profile.
     
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    Thank you really appreciate it
     

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