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Evening,can someone help ,I have a epiphone Casino that requires a gig bag or case ,can anyone recommend what would suite best ,regards mark 

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A gig bag for an acoustic guitar would do the job. I haven't any particular reference in mind, but there are nice semi-rigid foam cases, too, for acoustics. Thomann are very good at giving exact internal dimensions through their 'chat' system, I've found in the past.
Hope this helps. B|

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I have an addiction to Hiscox hard cases, the semi acoustic one pops up on ebay fairly often I think I paid about 50 for mine, more expensive than a basic gig bag but they are very strong and last pretty much forever. 

The model is pro2-gs, it will fit the casino very nicely but might be a bit loose if its a casino coupe which is a fair bit smaller. 

Matt 

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My Samick 335 has lived in her Hiscox case since acquisition, many, many decades ago now; it fits perfectly and has afforded excellent protection all this time. If the guitar is good, she deserves a good case.

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5 hours ago, Dad3353 said:

Yes, that's ^^ exactly what houses my Samick 335. R91KekF.gif

it looks very similar to the one housing my Tanglewood except the lining on mine is red, but i know from experience that double checking the dimensions is worth doing (luckily my local guitar shop traded the used Hiscox case i had bought for the right one with only a little cash changing hands)

 

Matt

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