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Dish1 Dish1
Publié le 05/03/08 à 14:02
I bought a baja tlcaster comes with a gig bag. I DCID him join a hard-tui capable of being protected at best.
I bought in the U.S. via Ebay a black fender hardshell indoor Magenta. This is the great class! the guitar is souverraine (I almost feel like, what comfort!), a trap we can accommodate the small hardware (Jack, strings, botel, mdiators ...) with a quality clasp. All standard and robustness. Made in USA by G & G, the top of the guitar case! The beautiful fender logo adorns a cot. Extrmits the right and left were two systems of closures vrouillables by cls. In the center a system that all simple grip of the cot. The seams are high-end, nothing to do with the Chinese manufacturing we get to 50 or 60 euros. It's expensive (155 euros and with the port .... Ugh ... the txes, then the murders we are!) But I really regret it. The models are sold high-end with this type of case. On occasion, we can esprer find one for 100-120 euros.
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