#1
Hello everybody, this is my first post in UG, so I apologize in advance if I am asking something stupid.
I have recently purchased an Epiphone Dot online, it did not come with a bag so I need to buy one fast (I am planning to move to another city in a month so I prefer a hard shell case. Anyway, I've found that there is the Epiphone E519 Archtop Guitar Case (especially designed for Epiphone Dot). The problem is that it is not in stock until Jan 2010. So I have to buy something else.
Here is my real question, will my Epi Dot fit in a Les Paul Bag? If not, can you recommend me a solution, I am looking for a bag for 3 days now and started to hallucinate... Help is much appreciated.
Thanks,
S.
Last edited by repras at Nov 14, 2009,
#2
Quote by repras
Hello everybody, this is my first post in UG, so I apologize in advance if I am asking something stupid.
I have recently purchased an Epiphone Dot online, it did not come with a bag so I need to buy one fast (I am planning to move to another city in a month so I prefer a hard shell case. Anyway, I've found that there is the Epiphone E519 Archtop Guitar Case (especially designed for Epiphone Dot). The problem is that it is not in stock until Jan 2010. So I have to buy something else.
Here is my real question, will my Epi Dot fit in a Les Paul Bag? If not, can you recommend me a solution, I am looking for a bag for 3 days now and started to hallucinate... Help is much appreciated.
Thanks,
S.

Just get a multi fit case. Dots are quite large so it should fit snug in one. You can buy them pretty much everywhere.
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#3
Just get a case that fits Gibson ES 335s, the Epiphone Dot is a budget version of the ES 335. look for some ES 335 cases in local guitar stores but if all else fails go online
here's a link
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gato-%20GC-335-ATA-Style-Guitar-Case?sku=545880
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