#1
Well I have a hard case for it but the place I get lessons at is pretty cramped. So would you reccomend using a gig bag with a Les Paul. If so do you know of any good gig bags?
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#2
Quote by zeppelinpage4
Well I have a hard case for it but the place I get lessons at is pretty cramped. So would you reccomend using a gig bag with a Les Paul. If so do you know of any good gig bags?


I have a gig bag off of MusiciansFriend (they made it) and my Les Paul fits in it perfectly.

I'll see if I can find it for you.

Edit:

I beleive this to be it:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Musicians-Friend-Elite-Series-Acoustic-Guitar-Gig-Bag?sku=545161



Edit #2:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Musicians-Friend-Elite-Series-Electric-Guitar-Gig-Bag?sku=545160

This is it. My bad!
Last edited by Refixer at Jun 22, 2006,
#3
i got one from gc and its fine

kaces made it or something, hardshells aint bad either.
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#4
I have a Kaces Hard/Soft bag. The outside is the gigbag type material with pockets and shoulder straps while the inside is the hard foam that you would find in a hard case. This will prob not solve the problem with the space but it is great for if you need carry cable but still want hardcase protection.
#5
i have a lambourghini but i dont drive it because those damn doors make it hard to get out of.

if you have the hard shell use it, theres no point spending money on something worse than what you have. i guess its your choice though.

i dont see how being in a cramped place would be hard for a hard shell case. i used to take lessons in a 4 ft byt 8 ft room with a 300 lb man taking up half of it, and it wasnt a problem with my hard case
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#6
Is your Les Paul Gibson or Epiphone, or other? If its a nice Gibson, I wouldnt want to put it in any case other than a hardcase because it makes me feel like the guitar is safe and protected, but thats me.
#7
I think no matter if it is a Gibson or Epiphone you should take care of it. I take care of my Epiphone as well as I can. It may not be a Gibson, but I love it and will have it forever because it was my first real guitar.
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I think no matter if it is a Gibson or Epiphone you should take care of it. I take care of my Epiphone as well as I can. It may not be a Gibson, but I love it and will have it forever because it was my first real guitar.


No, I understand that, and believe me, I take care of my Godin so much when its only really $300-400. I polish it and dont let anything happen to it, but I was talking specifically to him that if he is talking about a gibson, he shouldnt even think about puting it in a soft case.
#9
It's an Epiphone but I still like it it's my best guitar so I usually use a hardshell case. I just thought a gig bag would be a good idea because it usually takes me a while to take my guitar out. The place I get lessons at is really no bigger than a walking closet. So something a bit more easy to carry is nice. Thanks for all the posts and thanks to Refixer for the links. I'll probably get one of those bags.
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