Mono Cases Vertigo Electric Guitar

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Professional Gig Bag for Electric Guitar

  • Fits ST, T, SG, single cut models
  • Padding: 20 mm
  • Material: Water-resistant sharkskin nylon
  • Shock absorber on the underside
  • Large pocket for accessories
  • Reinforced handle
  • Reinforced and padded carrying straps
  • Headlock system protects headstock and machine heads
  • Extra soft inner material made of plush fabric
  • Inner dimensions (W x H x D): 36.8 x 105.4 x 7.6 cm
  • Colour: Black
Available since March 2014
Item number 335079
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Black
Model E-Guitar
Padding (Strength) 20 mm
Finish Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
£209
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Not as protective as a hard case, but far more manageable.
Diatonico 28.12.2022
This is by far the best 'gig bag' I've ever had. It's not as protective as a case, for obvious reasons. But if you need a bag you can strap to your back and yet is as protective as possible, then there's no better option.

I can fit any of my guitars in it: telecaster, stratocaster, PRS, Les Paul,...

The thick foam and the rubber bumper provide adequate protection. I've never had any issues transporting my valuable guitars in this bag thrown in my trunk. The straps and handle feel comfortable.

Unlike most hard cases, there's also a lot of room for cables, tab books etc. There's also a small net-style pocket inside the large pocket for smaller items.

Oh and it looks pretty slick, too. I love that it's not a Gibson or Fender branded bag, which I worry would attract opportunistic thieves interested in selling a valuable instrument.

Just 2 complaints:
- For my strap-locked PRS and Les Paul I have to remove the strap and any tremelo bars to get it in. That's of course the flip side of having a tight bag. The zipper also doesn't allow for much wiggle room, so switches might get knocked while inserting or removing.
- An additional pocket on top would have been useful to store smaller items.
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Lightweight and great protection for Les Paul
Templar 06.03.2019
I seriously needed an upgrade from my 15 year old cheap (well not that cheap) and destroyed gig bag. I chose Mono instead of getting something that would fall apart after a few years and I am not disappointed. You pay the price yes but now I know that my guitar is really protected and I can still carry it like a gig bag. The boot is really effective and there's little hole to fit the strap button at the bottom of the bag, clever. It is lighter and slimer than what I thought it would be and my Les Paul fits tightly into it (no problem with the headstock). One downside is that it is not as comfortable to wear as a more affordable and less stiff gig bag (I still take it for short rides on a bicycle so it is fine). Hopefully I'll keep that one for life.
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Good quality and trustworthy gigbag
tnt220 04.04.2024
My first impression on receiving this was that this is big. My second thought upon touching and opening it was "This is a quality product".

In regards to the size it is the same height as the Thomann wood guitar case and it actually wider (shoulder straps are part of the reason) This I must confess surprised me, but not negatively in any way.

The inside of the bag is very well insulated and with a neck rest build in for the guitar ensuring that the guitar is held snugly (not overly so) and secure. The good insulation is part of what makes this gigbag wider.

The outside material feels very sturdy and the zipper strong and secure and while have not tested it, I would not fear taking this out in the rain nor in any dusty environments. The shoulder straps are also comfotable and well adjustable. The bottom of the gigbag consist of solid rubber material which means I would not fear putting the back down on the ground or in train/bus fearing any liquid/dirt would get into the bag.

Naturally it is not a hardcase, but it is the most protective gigbag i have seen and would definitely recommend this.
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This VERTIGO is so freaking Awesome...
Anonymous 29.05.2016
Functional,good quality and well made case. Provides good protection, The neck support feature is a super bonus, the heavy rubber boot at the bottom is awesome and this product is very thoughtfully engineered. I have a 8 strings 28" scale and fit excellent. Grab and go...
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