#1
Im heading off to practice tomorrow, gotta walk to get there, and theres a good chance its gonna be raining. How sure can i be that my guitar will be ok? Its a rockcase by warwick.

whats the best thing i can do to keep my beloved dry?
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#3
it should be fine, if you're really worried, put tape around your case on the part where the halves overlap
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#5
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#6
^ what he said.

I'd cover it to be on the safe side, but as long as the rain isn't heavy it should be fine.
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#8
walk is like 25/30 mins.
cheers for the advice guys.
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#9
Hehehehe,

I was hoping you weren't gonna say your prize '59 Strat was just pulled out of the Charles River ;-) I've never had any problems with normal or even heavy rain in any hard case. I usually lug axe's in gig bags (good padded ones) simply for the weight reduction and smaller size, but if rain is in the forecast I grab the hard cases.
#10
its only a reissue jaguar. still my pride and joy. i think ill put some tape round just to be sure.
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#11
Same thing happened to me once man
I was walking w/ my V and it started to rain

and in a moment of trully epic metalness

I shed the armor that is my awesome as **** leather jacket simply to protect my baby..

I bore the brunt of wind and rain in order to keep my treasure safe...


long story short i realize i deviated from my original idea

just drape something over it
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