Austin Bazaar is an authorized Gearlux dealer.
Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you're at it. A hard case is included so you can keep your instrument safely packed away when you're on the go.
Protect your investment with a Gearlux Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Hard Case. The interior is lined 2mm with plush foam padding to protect your guitar from scratches and bumps on the road. Equipped with lock and key, you'll be able to rest easy knowing your guitar is safe from the rigors of travel. This Gearlux case also features an interior compartment for accessories such as picks, a tuner, capo, and anything else you might need.
Full length: 43"
Lower bout: 16"
Upper bout: 13"
Body length: 21.75"
Width at fretboard: 4"
Headstock width: 5.5"
Gearlux brand instrument accessories are perfect for musicians looking for quality gear at affordable prices. From stands and instrument cases to cables and piano benches, Gearlux has you covered.
Full Length: 44.25"
Body Length: 23.25"
Headstock Width: 6.25"
Upper Bout: 13"
Lower Bout: 16.25"
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I could not believe the quality of this case. for $40 bucks you cannot go wrong. Fast shipping, got here way earlier than I thought it would, because I ordered on a Friday and it got here on Thursday. It shipped on the 20th and got here on the 23rd. The case fits my Fender dreadnought perfectly with padded inside and a hard shell. Would definitely recommend to any one and will!!
I'm very happy with this case, which fits my dreadnaught well. It has 2-3 inches in inner length too spare, so it might fit some 12 strings, and fit Epiphones that have bigger headstocks. This isn't a case for plane travel or a road tour, but it's sufficiently strong and cushioned for home storage and occasional trips in your vehicle.
I recently picked up an old Yamaha 12-string acoustic guitar, which came sans any case. I trolled through the eBay offerings, and bookmarked 2 or 3 cases that would do the job, ranging in the $55-$70/shipped range. Luckily, I went to my favorite guitar website before deciding on either of the eBay selections. That's where I found this ALX-AC200 case for just ~ dramatic drum-roll ~ $35.99/shipped! That's $39.99 with a 10% off coupon. My expectations weren't great, for the meager price paid, but I was never so glad to be wrong in that regard. This is a fine case, with puh-lenty of room for my Yammie 12-string - and room to spare. It's a perfect fit, actually. The case was shipped in a seaworthy CARDBOARD shipping carton, and arrived unmolested. So, your search for a case to hold that new/old acoustic you just scored, ends here. Just buy one. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200.00 - just buy one. You'll be very glad you did! In fact, I may buy two more to accommodate my next G.A.S. attack. A guy can never have too many guitar cases in reserve. So what if I have to sell the couch to store them? She'll get over it. (c;
Much higher quality than I expected for the price paid. 6 string or 12 string each fit perfectly and is more rugged than expected, also. Great deal!
I'm definitely not a professional (just started learning a couple of weeks ago .... at age 69. Bought a nice Fender CD-60S acoustic, but didn't have a hard case to protect it from the dogs, wife, ....myself, when not playing.
Saw this case and was told it would be a good fit. When it arrived, I couldn't believe the quality for the price! One of the few pleasant surprises that come around in life. Would recommend it to anyone.
Purchased this case with a guitar as a Christmas gift. A great combo. Seems to be well made and will protect the guitar.
Needed a case for my daughter's guitar that was priced nicely and this one fit the bill. Had help from customer service that recommended this case. Came in time for her to take it back to school. Thanks for the help and the product. Would buy from Austin Bazaar again.
If it gets better than this one, I've got to see it