#1
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender-Economy-Precision-Jazz-Bass-Molded-Case-542125-i1427584.gc

I've been wanting to get a hard case considering how much traveling I'm doing with my bass, and my gig bag is starting to fall apart from it. I don't want to get a hardshell case just to hold my starter bass however, and will be saving up for a Jazz bass. So would this hold my current bass?
#2
well from your equipment list I don't get which one is the bass. I guess the Ibanez thing. But I need pictures. As a guitarist I don't know basses very well.
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well from your equipment list I don't get which one is the bass. I guess the Ibanez thing. But I need pictures. As a guitarist I don't know basses very well.

It's the Ibanez.

Here's my bass.



Here's a Jazz bass.



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The Ibanez has a much smaller body than either Fender model, so it'll probably flop around quite a bit in there, and might not fit properly. This one would work well, though:

http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gator-Deluxe-Bass-Guitar-Case?sku=544765

That would work for both basses?
#5
Should be fine. My brother has that same Ibanez, and both it and my dad's Jazz V fit in the same universal case fairly well. The Ibby slides a bit, but it stays safe enough. The Ibanez doesn't fit in the Jazz's molded case very well, though...the horns are the wrong shape.
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#8
It works for it sure.
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#9
yea it'll proably work. I have a roadrunner case that I use for my Ibanez and my Jazz.
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