Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar CaseProduct #584111 Godin 584111 LFMIDA Cases for Acoustic Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The best thing to happen in guitar protection in years.
The Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case gives your guitar a level of impact protection that rivals the protection offered by many flight cases. With some significant differences: the TRIC case weighs in just slightly heavier than a typical guitar gig bag. TRIC stands for Thermally Regulated Instrument Case - that means it provides excellent protection in extreme changes in temperature from -50° to +150°C. The Godin TRIC case is also remarkably affordable, with a price very close to that of a standard hard-shell guitar case.
Portability is a big part of what makes acoustic guitars so popular. But obviously, providing appropriate protection for your guitar when moving it, is an important consideration. Up until now, guitar players faced the choice of either a gig bag or a hard shell case to protect of their guitar. Lightweight gig bags are easy to carry but they don't offer much impact resistance. Hard shell cases, on the other hand, provide better impact protection but are much heavier and more awkward to carry.
The phenomenal combination of resilience and lightness in the Godin TRIC case is possible thanks to a high-tech material called Neopolen P Expanded Polypropylene or EPP. EPP is incredibly tough, light, and boasts exceptional thermal properties.
TRIC cases are made in Canada by The Godin Guitar Company.
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Comments about Godin TRIC Deluxe Dreadnought Guitar Case:
The original TRIC cases had a thermoplastic shell with sturdy latches. This revision has replaced the shell with a nylon cover and the latches with zippers. The rubberized valance which sealed the case against moisture is gone also. This case simply doesn't seal. The first clue that the case will be problematic is that it comes from the factory in a box marked "Fragile." Finally, the case will not accommodate guitars having a headstock longer than 6", making it totally unsuitable for many brands and all 12-strings.