The gig bag from CAHAYA is ideal for the musician who travels with their guitar on a regular basis. Protect your guitars from water and dust with a water resistant fabric. It's for holding smaller acoustic guitars. The backpack shoulder straps allow comfortable carrying. The guitar bag has a large front pocket for storing A4 size music sheets, guitar straps, and other tools. Those who need to store guitars at home can use a rubber shockproof base.
👤Exactly what I needed. The guitar stand took up a corner that my wife didn't like. I don't play my guitar often, but I pick it up once a month so we put it under the bed. The case is light and portable. The material is not sturdy and does not have padding, but it is still durable and avoids the guitar from getting scratched or dust. 5 stars all around.
👤It is snug for a full size dreadnought. It fits but you need to be careful with the zip so as not to scratch your instrument. The fabric seems durable but it isn't intended to provide any structural support.
👤It's a soft case, so no support or sturdiness, but if I had to grade them, I would. If I can't fit my guitar into it, it's useless, so I had to give one star. I don't get any value from it.
👤I needed a bag for the guitar I bought at the pawn shop. It seems to be pretty good quality. I didn't give it 5 stars because of the cigarette smell.
👤My son in-law loves it.
👤The price was correct. Did the job! Thank you!
👤Fix my guitar perfectly.
👤sencilla, simple de buen material, es una opcin econmica.
The guitar bag is multi-fit. 10mm padding with microfiber lining.
👤It was a snug fit for my Jazzmaster, but it was a secure fit.
👤I realize that you shouldn't expect a high quality gig at it's selling price, but I feel that Fender is taking advantage of it's premium reputation, and licensing a lower quality product. If they were more accurate, the bag would have "Squire" on it, I only bought it for an old Tele that stays in my closet, and it should be adequate.
👤A lot of guitars is a small amount. My jazzmaster's headstock is too narrow for my Gibson SG, and I worry about scratching it when the case is packed up. This case is lightweight, stylish, and comfortable, but doesn't have enough room for most solid body electric guitars, which is the whole point of guitar cases.
👤Save the extra hundred bucks and get what you want. This is for students. I didn't like that it came in a box big enough for a piano.
👤This bag is very nice. The vintage style fender guitars compliment the classic Tweed motif. The construction is good, but I think the padding is a bit too thin for the price. YMMV.
👤I like the look of the case. It's made for both teles and strats. I have a j mascis jazzmaster that can fit in the case, but it is only barely. It gets caught on the tuning pegs and the horn when trying to close, but it will fit without any problems. I'm happy with it.
👤The purchase was very happy with the purchase of this beg.
👤This case does what it's supposed to do, but it's not a lot of room to store things. Strong stitching, solid zippers, and a strong handle are what you get with heavy quality material.
👤I used to keep my Telecaster in a cheap and nasty bag, but now it's a great quality gig bag. I wanted to get the case to match the strap I bought, but I couldn't afford the hard case, which looks great. The colour of the Tweed isn't exactly the same as the strap, but it is close. I would have thought that it didn't matter to most people. It seems like a good case for the money. The fabric is tough, and the padding is good. It's easy to take your guitar out of the zip because it goes all up the side. There's a nice red fabric inside that doesn't catch onto things like my old case, and a bit of patching to reinforce the areas that will sit on top of your headstock and bridge. The front pocket has an address window, zip up mesh pocket, and an elasticated pocket, but they aren't mentioned in the description. If you want to keep it dust-free in the house, you should get the hard case, but if you want to carry it around in the car or on foot, you should get the soft case.
👤It's a nice looking bag, but unfortunately the padding and lack of neck support didn't fill me with confidence for using my Tele, so I had to return it without use. I use a Fender FE620 for my EVH Wolfgang and that's a cracking gig bag with substantial padding/support, and for an extra £25-£30 it's got to be worth that little bit extra, I'll certainly be ordering another before the week is out,
Thick sponge can prevent guitar damage and thick straps make it more comfortable to carry. The bag is 43.5" x 17.9" The waterproof Oxford fabric lasts longer than other materials, it is economical, practical, convenient and durable. Six pockets on the bag's exterior provide convenient storage space for sheet music, strings, tuners, picks and other accessories. A dual-use design. If you take it to a nearby place or wear it with shoulders, it will make you feel more comfortable when hiking. The guitar is rugged and protective, it has a sleek appearance and solid construction that will keep it safe from scratches and dirt.
👤This is it. There is no overpriced nonsense. The cheap zippers break after the first use. Good quality and good looks. I've been looking for a quality acoustic bag for a while and I'm very pleased with this one. I've been using it for a while and it has held up well. There is no reason to pay more. It blows my mind that so many people overpay for a case or bag when they could just go with a nicer one for a fraction of the price. If you're looking for a good bag, it's a no-brainer.
👤I have been playing guitar for over 60 years. During the winter months, I live in a Senior High Rise Complex that has a 20 % humidity range. My guitars will be stored in a humidity controlled studio for the first time this winter. I bought a guitar to play in the winter. I needed a case or bag to protect the guitar while I moved it around. I was surprised at the quality of the case I bought. It is better padded than comparable models in its price range. Also, second. It's really good looking and has enough space to store guitar strings, picks, backup sets, capos and music in book or sheet music form. The reviews for this product on Amazon are generally very good, but one feature might become problematic in the future. There are a number of reviews of this gig bag on Amazon. Little can be done to fix the problem as the zippers start to separate on their own. I will pay special attention to zipping until I have confidence in them. I don't know why people think the Gig Bag is inadequately padded, it is a really nice bag. Especially for the price. UpDate. I have owned this bag for a year. The bag looks new and the zippers are fine. This bag is perfect.
👤The bag is nice, but a piece of foam to support the neck is missing, so it only gets 4 stars from me. I'm going to make my own neck support with foam and some velcro. The neck support is standard equipment on most soft bags. It's a great value, so much to like, lots of storage, nice fake leather effect, and it's fabric tough. I will give it 5 stars if they include a hunk of foam and felt to support the neck.
👤It has a small room at the top that I can use for my guitar. I opened the box and found it in a smaller box. The outer box had been tampered with. These guys are making sure that no one takes their stuff. Excellent. The instructions on the well taped box were clear and nice. I wasn't sure if it was going to be long. I was happy after bagging my guitar. It was very easy to bag. The way both handles felt was wonderful. The straps are comfortable. The head stock does not have a hook for it. I don't need it. The picks are very thin. It's a nice gesture. Extra picks that are not floating around will benefit from the pick case. You can attach the key ring to the one of the zippers if you stick some. Since my hard case' handle broke off, I think my purchase was perfect. It's lighter and has more padding to get me to where I need to go.
The Electric Guitar Gig Bag is portable and perfect for carrying your favorite electric string instrument anywhere you want. 2 Pocket Design makes it easy to carry all your gear and accessories in one bag. Multiple Reinforced Handles and straps allow you to carry your guitar from place to place, with 2 padded shoulder straps for a comfortable hands-free transport. The headstock is secured inside the case, saving the guitar from impacts and possible snaps. Made to protect your instrument from rain and water. The thick padding protects your guitar parts from daily wear and tear. The interior dimensions are 40.5 in L x 11.5 in lower bout. W x 3.5 in D.
👤Is a nice bag, but I wish it was bigger. There was plenty of room for my guitar in my previous gig bags. I can get both in this one, but it's a challenge and tight fit. I'm happy with the bag. It seems to be very durable.
👤The case fits perfectly and arrived on time.
👤I bought a guitar that was supposed to be 45 inches. The bag was only 42 inches in diameter. I would have to pay 20 dollars for the return ship.
👤Great product, but tight for my skim. One back pack strap seems to work even though it doesn't have a side strap.
👤It was a cheap gift for a friend. I was surprised by the quality.
👤Excellent deal. The bag is very sturdy and it fits my guitar very well. It was easy to ship.
👤It fits as expected, I use it for a mini fender.
👤The product was very good and I was very happy with it.
👤The case was very nice and quick.
👤The gig bag arrived quickly. It is a well built bag. I have all of my guitars in bags and this one is the best. This product and the selleer are recommended by me.
👤I love my gig bag, it has all the pockets I need.
👤My car is perfect for it. It looks good, but I'm not sure if it's water proof.
The new version of the guitar case is larger than the previous version. The thicker sponge padding will protect your guitar from bumps and scratches. There are two exterior pouch, one with a large front pocket for sheet music and the other with an extra neck pocket for accessories. The exterior of the Oxford cloth is waterproof and has two-way metal zippers. Customer feedback has led to the creation of a bigger guitar bag.
👤The guitar bag is very nice, it has a thick sponge and a big size. There is a huge aside pocket for music books. This price is a real buy.
👤The guitar bag has a firm shoulder strap and is padded with a stick sponge. I can put my guitar inside with no effort because of the spare space. I need to zip with force to compare the one I have bought before. This one is better.
👤I bought a CAHAYA gig bag to give me some protection for my FG's. The FG180 was purchased in 1967. The plush lined cardboard case it came with was torn and shapeless as it lost its handle. I bought the FG230 from an online auction site fifteen years ago. It had a hardshell case that weighed as much as the guitar. The competitors are all described as 41 inch, whereas this gig bag is called 40-41-42 inch. The room to spare is due to the fact that the 230 is 3-4 inches longer than most six-strings. The padding is enough to protect against any additional damage. If you drop the guitar, it won't help much. The front pocket is large enough to fit a 9X12 music book. There are some things that are CONS: I would like the shoulder straps to have easy-adjusting nylon/plastic buckles. A front handle over the pocket would be convenient. I might buy another one and use it as an ice chest.
👤It's much better than thought. I was hesitant to buy the guitar bag from this seller as I was afraid it would be as thin as my old one. I was surprised when I opened the package. The bag's padding is much thicker, which can protect my guitar during transportation. I don't have to put my guitar with force and there are 0.7 inches left after I put my acoustic guitar. The stitching is durable. It is better than I thought.
👤The arm straps are padded. The bottom of the guitar has a small foot to keep it off the ground and prevent you from hitting it against the ground. The front pocket size is long, so that you can put sheet music and set lists in it, which is great, and the front pocket is very small, so this is perfect! I would use this bag on my guitar for $200 or $400, because it is sufficiently padded. I like that it's taller. It's too tall for my classical, but still works. It is supposed to be used for a full size steel string. It will fit any guitar. This bag is amazing!
👤I said the large pocket was too small and barely held sheet music. My music book wouldn't fit. They increased the pocket size in response to my review and sent me a new one for free. Excellent customer service is provided by them. My music book and multiple file folders are now easily held in the pocket. There is a small pocket on the neck.
Multiple ways of carrying are provided by the dual-adjusting backpack straps and 2 convenient grip handles. When not in use, the back hanger loop can be hung on the wall. The bag is designed for 43 inch and full size Electric Bass Guitar. It fits Jazz and Precision Bass Guitars. Also, note: The guitar bag is too small to hold a bass guitar. Please compare their bag's dimensions with the guitar's first to see how it will look, to make sure you buy what you want. A small piece of 8mm. The padded bass bag is a great way to protect your gear against in- home accidents, as well as light travel nicks, scuffs and scratches, and the rubber shockproof base protects the guitar well. Large Front Pocket is large enough to hold A4 and US letter size music sheets and a phone. There is a small pocket for storing musical accessories. Multiple ways of carrying are provided by the dual-adjustable backpack shoulder straps and 2 convenient grip handles. When not in use, the back hanger loop can be hung on the wall.
👤I keep my guitars out in my studio so they are easy to reach and use, that's why I have guitars that didn't come with cases. Most cases push the 39" length limit. I finally ordered one of these after looking at many cases. I'm not looking for a gig. I needed something to protect my guitar. I tested the case with my favorite guitar, and it has an extra length at the top that zips shut and protects my guitar. I need to send multiple guitars for repair/setup work so I ordered three more. I'm sending two Jacksons and a Jaguar bass with three cases. The instruments are protected a lot better by these. My music storage room has a lot of hardshell guitar cases, they must be kept in a climate controlled area. These cheap gig bags are great for transporting my guitars. Good music to you.
👤The case looks like a semi hard case in the picture. It's just as thin as any other soft case. It was very deceiving. It worked on me because they did this to make it stand out.
👤I don't think it's a good idea to use this for any instrument of value. The pictures don't show the real quality, protection or durability of this bag. It protects your instrument from scratches and small dents. The materials are more plastic than cloth and the padding is very thin. The bag has a good configuration of pockets and handles at a very affordable price. It could be helpful to introduce a new musician to proper care and storage of their instrument.
👤I bought one for my son and fixed it up. I bought myself a bass from an orchestra and wanted a bag for it, so I picked up a bag that fits around the headstock, but does not require a zip. The amount of padding isn't generous, but it's better than the "dust cover" type bags. I wouldn't trust the backpack straps for walking more than a few blocks because the handles seem sturdy. The quality of the bags is comparable to the price of a hard case, which is twenty bucks.
👤I needed a gig bag to protect my 4HH after buying it. Since I don't gig anymore, the bag has to provide basic protection in the house, not the heavy duty protection that transportation and gigging require. I found this on Amazon and it is better protection than the cheapest bag I have ever seen. It fits the bass well and provides a basic protection. This is an excellent value for the price point. For simple around the house protection, invest in a more expensive bag.
👤I got a cheap bass on sale. I wasn't going to spend more than $100 on a bag. A basic padded bag is all you need. This does the job. The shell material, good pockets, and good zippers seem a bit flimsy on the draw. There is some padding but it is not suited for hand transport. If you have a bass that costs over $500, I would recommend getting a heavier duty bag. If you plan to travel with it. This will do the job for basic protection, storage, and taking it to a gig with care.
The acoustic guitar gig bag is made of acoustic material. balck nylon is weather resistant. There is a front pocket for carrying sheet music.
👤At this price, it's just a cover. People are unreasonable. It's perfect, you're going to put your guitar in the back of a closet. It's perfect if you want to keep the guitar clean. You need a bag to get your guitar from one place to another. If you want a gig bag that protects your guitar, then you should spend more money.
👤If you are going to carry your guitar to a gig, remember that this bag is a bag. There is no padding or rigid to offer protection from accidents. If you want your guitar to stay dust free, then this is the thing. It has an outside pocket for accessories, like a cable or capo. It's perfect for the money. My nephew was given a guitar to learn on and it keeps it clean and starts some good habits for taking care of an instrument in the future.
👤I was looking for a cheap cover. The description said it would fit an electric guitar. The case would not fit a guitar of that size. It is like throwing money in the dust bin.
👤In the Q&A, I saw descriptions like "39 inches long" and "would only fit a 1/3 guitar." I bought one for the guitar. It's too big for a 1/3. It is 43" long. It has room for a deep-body acoustic, so it would probably fit some basses. I think there is no consistency in what they ship because of the difference between what I received and the other descriptions. It is a dust cover with no padding or thin material.
👤If I need to store a guitar in this bag, it's a decent bag. There is no exterior pocket to hold guitar straps, cables, or picks. There is no padding so it can't be used. It's a storage bag.
👤It is affordable and will do the job, but there are precautions to be taken.
👤I didn't pay much for this skin, it is just a skin and not very well made. If you're going to purchase one, you should know this.
👤The guitar soft case is affordable. Good for scratch prevention and light impact protection.
👤The gig bag is great for keeping your guitar dust free. There is not much protection because there is no padding. If you plan on using it to take your guitar from one location to another, I would recommend spending a little more money and getting some protection. If you dropped the guitar in one of the bags, it would blow your mind. It is most likely major damage. Can you dig it?
👤Muy ninguna proteccin rgida, por lo. Noponerle nada, pero es mejor.
👤Not good. It keeps the rain off.
👤Fast delivery. Product as expected
Sturdy material. The electric bass guitar gig bag is made of 600D nylon Oxford, 10mm padded sponge and 210D smooth soft lining fabric. It's not easy to rip off and protect your guitar when it's in storage. The bag is lightweight and has a size of 16 inches. The bass guitar has a design for it. It fits Jazz and Precision Bass Guitars. The bass guitar case has a padded side carry handle and two backpack shoulder straps to make it convenient to carry for home storage, daily commute or travel. There is enough room for accessories in the 3 pockets, which include a large front pocket and an extra neck pocket for small items. It's possible to hold your phone in the exterior pocket. The double metal zippers on the Donner electric bass guitar case are very strong and do not get stuck or break in either direction. The bag could be hung up with a top loop hanger. The products of Donner are built to last. They have a 1 year manufacturer's warranty and world class customer service.
👤This is a $25 bag. There is a You are mistaken if you think it will protect as well as a $50-$100 gig bag. This bag isn't going to protect your guitar very well if you drop it. The padding is very thin. It is $25. You can get a bag with a lot of compartments and sturdy straps for $25, but make sure you don't slam your axe around like a jerk. I received this for an iranian Tmb105. It is a $250 bass. I went with a $25 bag. It fits perfectly. I wouldn't use this with my guitar. I didn't buy this with that in mind. The bag is a great bag.
👤The gig bag will do its job. It isn't what I wanted. The strap inside is too high to hold the neck, and the Velcro won't hold anything anyway. There is a lot of room above my bass. The pouch on the outside is not big enough to hold an 8.5*11 sheet of music. If the bag size matched the description, I would give it 5 stars as it still seems to be a good product for the price.
👤I bought this for the P-Bass that was not in the gig bag. It fits the bass. Storage is not generous. Padding is not generous. This bag is used to keep the dust off a cheaper bass in a room. I wouldn't use this for transportation or giging. Think of it as a dust cover for your bass. I thought the gig bag might be made well, since I saw how well the Donner P-Bass was made. I was wrong.
👤My jazz bass is in the house. It appears that the zips work well. The bag material seems to last a long time. Bass can be carried on the back with two straps. The carry handle looks sturdy. There are several compartments to carry things. There is some padding to protect against light bumps. I bought this bag again to store my bass in the house. Good enough for light usage, but wouldn't use for heavy usage.
👤Not much to dislike about a bag. The stitching is done well. The padding is the same thickness as other brands. I think that the bass fits in the bag well, and that it won't be a problem with the heavy weight of the bag. The gig bag is adequate for my needs because I am not a touring musician.
👤I've owned a few and this one is pretty good. I have only one issue with my bags, they have better inner material. This is a bass bag. I like it because it doesn't feel heavy when you're back and it carries well when grabbing from handel. There are lots of pockets as well. I would give it 5 stars if it had better inner materiel. Overall, a very good bag.
👤I bought a bass guitar and wanted something to protect it from being damaged. It seems like it would do the job for the price. I wish the padding was better. I guess I would have to spend more money. It has three good size pockets. All in all a decent quality bag for the price.
10mm of padding is needed to keep your investment safe. The reverse water resistant zipper is a custom design. The lining is soft touch. The backpack straps have a ladder lock buckles. There is a pocket for extra strings, a fixed mesh tool pouch, and a business card window.
👤Excellent protection for my guitars. Quality Zippers and Pockets to carry the strings, picks, and cleaning cloths. The 610 fender case is holding up well. Due to the large price increase, I have to share it with two other people. Hopefully they will be on sale. The product was very good.
👤Don't buy this for a normal guitar. It's too small. I own about 10 guitars and the only one that would fit is the "Ibanez Mikro" which is a micro guitar. I had to return them. It would be cool if you owned a mini guitar. It won't fit a ibanez, astradam,
👤The dimensions are so small that I can't leave my strap attached to the Stratocaster. There isn't much room for the strap. The bag is too small. The old gig bags were better for me. It's much better. Take note, Fender!
👤I bought this for my trone, and it fits it perfectly. It has good padding, but not thick. This works well for carrying your guitar around, but I wouldn't put it in the back of a vehicle. It's a good deal. I'm not sure what other people do with the dangling straps when they're not carrying the case like a backpack. I tied them in a bow and hope I can find a better solution in the future.
👤Quality is good. I've seen gig bags that are half the price, but the thickness is less. This is a better choice for the Fender brand. I wouldn't trust putting a Squier in there, even though I'm a cheapskate. It is like a gig-cloth. I think the Squier would be protected from the falling hanger. If I needed better protection, I would get an off-brand gig bag and not go up on the Fender chain. You should just get a hard case at that price point.
👤I have an Acoustasonic Tele in a case similar to this but it is a bit smaller and not as padded. The Telesonic is not a large guitar. The regular case is more than double the price, but it is only suitable for smaller electric guitars like melody maker, mustang etc.
👤The bag holds a musical instrument. She can fit some music in the front pocket, but not much. My 11 year old is carrying her guitar to lessons. I want her to be gentle with the guitar case as I am not sure if the case would protect it from a significant drop or bang. I hope to not find out.
👤It's a snug fit on your car. If you don't trim the string ends on the tuning pegs, they will poke through the case. The front pocket of the bag is red. Nice padding. The front pocket on the guitar should be put in the right way.
👤Needed a new case for someone. It fits. Make sure you measure up before you buy, it might be a bit snug for other bigger bodies electrics. The general build quality is good, the padding is thick enough to protect the instrument but not so thick that the case becomes unwieldy and squishy. The compartment and pockets make things a bit more organised than previous soft cases I have owned. Time will tell if the handles and straps wear out from regular use. I think this is a good case for the price, and I like the reassurance of having Fenders name on it. I couldn't justify the high price for the Gator cases. This is a good purchase.
The Soft Guitar Case is compatible with 41 inch or smaller acoustic guitars. The guitar case with two-way metal zippers is not easy to get stuck or break, and it is not smooth. The base of the guitar case is made of rubber. The bag has 2 outer pockets. The large one is used to store things. The top pocket on the neck is used for storing small things. The acoustic guitar case is easy to carry, you can either carry it by hand or wear it with your shoulders. If you have any quality problems, please feel free to contact them, they will give you a full refund.
👤The case is ok for storage in your house, but not for travel or gig work. It is very thin and would not work in the real world. I only bought a backup case for running to the studio.
👤The electric guitar case was too short for me. The description said electric or acoustic. I did not have a problem with sending it back. I am waiting for my refund to be processed.
The previous version had a larger front pocket. It's really worth the price. The soft bag is waterproof. Three handles for convenience. The guitar bag can be hung on the wall for decoration. There are two exterior pouches, one on front body and one on neck, that can fit sheet music, documents, music books, accessories, and more. The fabric may have a smell if it is closed for a long time. You can place the goods in aventilated place to dry after you receive them, so that this problem can be solved.
👤Measure your instrument and order the right size. The bag fits my guitar perfectly, with a bit of room at the head. The bag is cheap. The bag is not for an expensive instrument because it is not very thick. I needed something to keep the dust off, carry my guitar around and offer some protection when I pack it for shipping abroad. The handle is on the front, but not a big deal for me. It could be for someone else.
👤Sturdy and back up type straps. My 9 year old loves it. Every dollar is worth a great value.
👤It's not appropriate for a kids size guitar to be very absorbent.
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