Gator GL-LPS Lightweight Guitar CaseSku #546107000000000 Gator 546107 LFMICA Cases for Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A great blend of hardshell case durability and gig bag features.
Light weight and flexibility combined with protective foam make the Gator GL-LPS Lightweight Guitar Case a great choice for hauling your craved-top single cutaway guitar. It gives you the protection of a hardshell guitar case and with the convenience and lighter weight of a gig bag. Durable nylon covering over dense EPS foam with sturdy neck support keep your guitar safe. The plush interior helps prevent scratches. Two accessory pockets outside the Gator GL-LPS case keep your gear handy. The nylon web handle and removable, padded carrying strap give you carrying flexibility.
- Fits Gibson Les Paul®, PRS Singlecut®, ESP Eclipse® among other carved-top single cutaway guitars
- 600-Denier nylon exterior
- Dense EPS foam
- Interior covered in soft plush
- Foam neck support
- 2 Accessory pockets
- Web carrying handle
- Comfortable, removable shoulder strap
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GL-LPS Lightweight Guitar Case Specifications:
- Lower bout width: 13.75"
- Middle body width: 9.5"
- Upper bout width: 10"
- Body total length: 21"
- Headstock width: 5.5"
- Headstock length: 10.5"
- Total length: 42"
- Bottom body height: 3.5"
- Top body height: 3.5"
- Exterior: 45"x17"x4.25
- Accessory Space: 6"x4.5"x2"
- Weight: 6.9 lbs
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Comments about Gator GL-LPS Lightweight Guitar Case:
I really like the Gator products, and I am a fan of the new rigid-foam sytle cases. They are a cross between a gig-bag and a hard-shell in a way. This case is well made, and seems like it will offer good proctection. The only issue is that a Les Paul fits very loose inside, with a big gap between the body and the case walls. I'm not sure why this is, because it is advertised as designed for an LP, and I believe they all share the same dimensions at the bouts. I guess since the interior is foam lined, it is not a big deal that the guitar moves around, but it seems goofy.