#1
I would like to ask if anyone of you knows what's the brand of the guitar bag in the photo.
thanks a lot, I would like to buy one for my Epiphone casino
#2
I'm not certain (smallish pic) but it looks a wee bit like the warwick (framus) ones. they have the little yellow writing bit on the zips, anyway.

http://www.framus.de/en/Warwick---Products--Accessories--Promotion--Merchandising--Accessoires--Bags.html#current_site_id (Those ones don't seem to have the yellow, I'm guessing the one in the pic is an older one, mine certainly does- though as I said, it's a pretty small pic so I'm far from certain it definitely is a warwick rockbag).

(I actually thought it was a fretking one at the start, but they don't have the yellow )
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#3
Those types of bags are easily available anywhere that sells guitar gear. Just go to the store, check a few out and buy the one you like best. HNGD!
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#4
Quote by Dave_Mc
I'm not certain (smallish pic) but it looks a wee bit like the warwick (framus) ones. they have the little yellow writing bit on the zips, anyway.

http://www.framus.de/en/Warwick---Products--Accessories--Promotion--Merchandising--Accessoires--Bags.html#current_site_id (Those ones don't seem to have the yellow, I'm guessing the one in the pic is an older one, mine certainly does- though as I said, it's a pretty small pic so I'm far from certain it definitely is a warwick rockbag).

(I actually thought it was a fretking one at the start, but they don't have the yellow )

Thanks man ,that's would help a lot
#5
Quote by lucky1978
Those types of bags are easily available anywhere that sells guitar gear. Just go to the store, check a few out and buy the one you like best. HNGD!

Sadly, I lived in Hong Kong ,not many stored selling instrument like usa or UK...
#6
Yeah as lucky says, see what's available where you are- those framus/warwick bags seem to be reasonably decent, but they're not the only people making good quality gig bags. I wouldn't pay a massive premium to get one if they're hard to come by in Hong Kong (unless there's some very specific reason why you need the warwick/framus one).
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#8
that's what i was going to say- if you end up paying over the odds for that gigbag it might put you within range of a hardcase... which with a gibson-style guitar i'd probably rather have (unless the epi has a volute at the back of the headstock, i'm not sure if it does or not, but even still i'd probably prefer a hardcase for transporting it).
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#9
Soft cases come in handy if you don't drive. Ever tried slinging a hard shell case over your shoulder? Lol. I agree though, most of the time a hardshell case is the best way to go.
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#10
yeah that's true
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#11
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Why not just get a hard-case?

i think hard-case give people a professional imagine lol,
and I'm just a 17 old student, i don't that suit me
#12
I use cases when traveling any distance to play shows/gigs but I use gig bags when I'm more local, way easier and most of my cases weigh 3-4x more than the guitar in it

Besides if your a student you need something portable and if you get a good bag with pockets, you can stick your laptop/tablet in there as well and sling it over your shoulder
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#13
Quote by Dave_Mc
I'm not certain (smallish pic) but it looks a wee bit like the warwick (framus) ones. they have the little yellow writing bit on the zips, anyway.

http://www.framus.de/en/Warwick---Products--Accessories--Promotion--Merchandising--Accessoires--Bags.html#current_site_id (Those ones don't seem to have the yellow, I'm guessing the one in the pic is an older one, mine certainly does- though as I said, it's a pretty small pic so I'm far from certain it definitely is a warwick rockbag).

(I actually thought it was a fretking one at the start, but they don't have the yellow )

RB20507 is the model number? trying to make it clear, cus i dont want to buy a wrong one
#15
Quote by marcochanyc430
RB20507 is the model number? trying to make it clear, cus i dont want to buy a wrong one


I'm not sure what the exact model number is- mine came with my guitar. I guess you could email warwick with that pic you have and ask them?

I also don't know if your guitar will fit, I don't own a guitar the same as yours. Again, you could ask warwick if they happen to know if it'll fit.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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Et tu, br00tz?
#16
I like the kind of soft cases that are foam and covered in fabric. light weight, cheaper, and has some more protection than a gigbag but easier to get around a case.

I don't have one now though.
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