Appreciating a Good Guitar Case
As of late, I have been living between residences and one thing I’ve come to appreciate greatly is my guitar case. If you don’t have a guitar case, it’s probably something you should invest in, especially if you travel a lot. There are different kinds of cases, such as soft cloth or hard cases; mine is a normal cloth case that came with my guitar. One thing I love about it is it has a zipper pocket – perfect for keeping my music books, a pen, and a couple of other miscellaneous guitar-related items.
Whether you get a hard or soft case depends on many factors. For example, if you travel far distances (air travel for example), the climate (if it’s really hot where you live), personal preference, or if you consider your guitar an investment or an experiment. Since I don’t take my guitar on flights, I prefer a soft case for many reasons including the pockets, the shoulder/backpack strap, light weight, and space-saving aspects. Whatever type of case you decide to get is a situational decision, so do your research and see what works best for you!
This is the guitar master instructor from Guitar Confidence online guitar lessons as well as in home private mobile guitar lessons as well as bass guitar,4 and 5 string banjo and UKE and mandolin. Guitar cases – take it to the next level on guitar cases from where Jesse who’s the beginning guitar student whom explains about you need to have a guitar case. That’s true and you get a case with almost every guitar you purchase but most are worthless except for the cover for dust and rain but they won’t protect from heat from direct sunlight less it’s a hard shell case . If you’re planning to spend any kind of money like $400 and above on the internet like Amazon or go through any private store anything from 400 to 450 should include hardshell case.Make sure when you have your guitar in a hard shell case when you’re not at home on your way to work or school ,do not leave near heater even though it’s in the case .Please avoid direct sunlight that can come on case. Don’t put it near air condition vents.Don’t put the guitar inside trunk thinking it’s safe because it is not safe in the back of your trunk of your car during the summer when the heat is coming up through car trunk at a hundred forty degrees temperature. You want a case with more protection .This means a flight ready metal traveling flight cases These are heavy duty but expensive known as Anvil, but I also recommend much better company more HI Tech out of Petaluma California known as Reunion Blues. Pricing starts around $150 dollars but they’re incredible .
Reunion Blues guitar case toss off two story building – the video is incredible. Jam on.