#1
Hey Everybody...

So what is your advice on Traveling with your guitar via Airplane?

I usually try to Gate Check my guitar, Instead of putting it in the belly..

I have a standard Gibson SG Case


Ive heard some horror stories with this case... but in my past experiences, had no problems when I traveled long distances via Air....

#2
I haven't had to yet, but if I had to I would probably see if I could buy an extra seat and put it there. Although now thinking about it, it would probably be extremely expensive
#4
Gate checked luggage still goes into the belly of the plane... Anyway, no matter what you do, make sure your case is flat. My bro is a baggage handler, and they hate rounded cases, and they treat them like shit, since they can't be stacked effectively.
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#5
Yah I heard all the crazy horror stories... and freaks me out a lot... but Ive toured all over with this case without problems...
And gate checking is really the best thing to do especially for a big transfer airport like Atlanta... haha
#6
commercial air with a guitar...one word...insurance...lots of it...
#7
I pad my cases with socks....but apart from that get insurance.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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#8
thanks guys... Yah last euro tour I used the same case but checked it in normally.... nothing bad!
I stuffed it with shirts around and even tuned the strings so theyre floppy... creating 0 tension...
Good idea?
#9
^^^ Yeah definitely loosen the strings. Always ask if you can check the guitar in as hand luggage too, sometimesyou get lucky.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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