Epiphone Wildkat Hardshell Case

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Holds the WildKat.

Don't risk damage to your WildKat guitar by giving it no protection. This hardshell case is designed for the Epiphone WildKat or FlameKat. Has a gray interior, black exterior, and Epiphone emblem.


Order today and give your axe some decent protection.

 
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EpiphoneWildkat Hardshell Case
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Great case for AlleyKat

By KRKB

from Philly, PA

Comments about Epiphone Wildkat Hardshell Case:

Got this case for my AlleyKat, as it said it fits any of Epiphones Kat series guitars. It fits like a glove! Its sturdy, and has a great plush lining. Mine doesn't have the "E" logo, it just says "Epiphone," but thats ok. It also has an inside compartment like most hard cases for picks, extra strings, straps, etc. My favorite part about this case is that it has 4 latches, 3 on the front (as shown in the picture), and one on the back side (not shown). This is great because it basically locks all the way around the case. I wouldn't put my Kat in anything but this case, because its specifically designed for it.

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4.0

A good case

By keith-9An6T

from L.A., CA

Comments about Epiphone Wildkat Hardshell Case:

Epiphone cases are really nice. They feel very solid, and hold the guitar nice and tightly. My only small complaint is that this particular case wasn't designed to fit around the vibrato tailpiece, so you have to push the top down to secure the latches.

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