Thomann Acoustic-Steel Gigbag Elite

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Gig Bag for Acoustic Guitar

  • Suitable for a steel-string or an acoustic guitar
  • Elite Series
  • High-quality design with backpack straps
  • 3 Externally located compartments
  • With 20 mm extra strong padding
  • Especially robust water-resistant material
  • Locking mechanism on the neck with hook and loop fastener tape
  • Dimensions: 112 x 40 x 12 cm
  • Colour: Sand
Model Dreadnought
Padding (mm) 20 mm
Surface Material Nylon
Outside Pocket Yes
Backpack Yes
Colour Sand
available since June 2005
Item number 177176
sales unit 1 piece(s)
30 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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earwighoney 30.05.2015
I've owned this particular gig bag for a while, and it's served me really well for the last few years I've owned. Aside from looking a bit grubby, a slight pitfall of the cream coloured tolex that forms the majority of the case.

The case itself is larger than it might seem. Easily large enough to hold a dreadnought, and fine for a Orchestra Model or Grand Auditorium model, guitars with lower bouts of 15 and 16 inches. For something smaller, be it a 00 sized guitar or a parlour guitar, this particular case might be a bit too large without the need of using a folded towel or something to provide a closer fit without the guitar moving around too much in the case.

When it comes to padding, the case is fairly robust, it definitely has a strong feel to it. More than enough protection for day to day home storage and for taking to gigs as well.

The guitar case is really well stocked for pockets as well. There are two at the lower bout of the guitar, one which is large enough for a A4 notebook, with a smaller one over that suitable for keeping strings, picks and other accessories. There's a pocket at the top of the case, near the headstock and it's about the size to keep a small dynamic microphone in a soft case if needs be.

Great case, it's served me well in the years for storing my guitar at home and for providing protection to rehearsals and a few gigs.
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The best
chrisie friday 20.08.2021
This is by far the best bag I have ever had.
My pet hate are the back pack straps, I hate them,this bag has 2 nifty pockets were they are zipped up out of sight.
The bag has loads on storage for things like music,leads and stuff.There is a velcro strap to support the neck with a shaped yoke,I don't like the yoke but it's removable.

I just love the double colour and the embroidered Thomann logo.
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Beautiful & sturdy gigbag
Leftygaucher 07.05.2018
If I had to recommend one item made under the Thomann name, it would be their gigbags.
What you get for the money has no equivalent elsewhere, at least in my experience. If you pay 5-10 euros more and go for the higher-grade Thomann gigbags, you really get more for your money, too, unlike in so many other places where it's not the case.
I suggest you get the gigbags around the 20 euro price point at least -- they offer a decent amount of padding hence adequate protection, unlike the cheapest ones.
My favorite are the light cream colored models which are well padded and made of long-lasting canvass-like materials. The most expensive ones seem to be using some kind of vinyl material which in my opinion and prejudice might degrade and flake off eventually, like so many rubber and plastic items containing PVC. But still, you can't go wrong with ANY Thomann gigbag over the 15 euro price point.
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Good protection
axewound 08.02.2021
Had one of these before which i sold but have brought another as they are just so good, nothing else near the price range comes close. offers good protection a fairly large picture fell off the wall above the guitar landing on it but it was in this and came away unscathed
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