It is a very practical case, because you can put guitars in the shape you want ... And when you have a guitar or even the builder says he has no solid case, and bah we're happy to find it!
- Everything goes!
- This rectangle and very well to put in a car and lugging
- Ahhhhhh above is bulky! In the RER I'm the guy who annoys everyone with that!
- It loooourd! So, as my pedalboard is 10 kgs, I'm not motorized, that I have two arms ... Well I use a soft box on the back to transport "foot".
- It's a solid box really, really cumbersome ...
I would do this choice?
Not necessarily ...
It's great practice for when you're good motor, the size and weight matter too ... To see depending on usage.
For motorized doing concerts and carry all their gear and in any case not have 15 hands to carry the pedalboard, the sound, the amp ...
Purchased there is 1 year or to store my Gibson Flying V faded, and as I had a coupon of 100 from a wholesale distributor of instruments that did not offer the epiphone MODEL I said too bad I'll take the gator tui. But I would have done better to buy something else with the good, and wait for me to take a hardcase in another brand. The tui is heavy, bulky and very very closures are limited (they close well but a bit too much play my taste). However it's tough, you can bump without fear for the guitar you have it.
My opinion is that this price the only usefulness is to put guitars in any form, dc possibility to use it for more guitars or a guitar shape really Sp cial for which we do not find a hardcase. For those who played on flying v like me, it's better to look elsewhere (MODEL molded shape of the guitar).
I have been using a Journe in all and for all, but it's a fly box, not a versatile amp lamps! It gives 95% of dj glimpse.
The look is clean and groomed (there is a camouflage version too), 3 fasteners to close the "safe" good bill, Velcro strips on the 2 ct shoulder strap look a bit s sandstone but there apparently has a spare ... and full of foam blocks with Velcro to wedge in our animal prfr!
Note also the storage as in every fly box is roughly 1 / 4 of the total size of the tui.
I have not tried other models because the guitar is a bit unconventional in doubt and I took the one telling me that I will hand tailor no choice.
The particularity: the modularity!
Everything seems solid but when you install My last purchase there seems to be a catch: the materiality of the handle support for the piece of wood in the middle seems too high and my head is pointing guitar the ceiling. After several checking "it seems that it actually supports on the cover, lightly but when I admit even! I'll have to sand and back of the fabric to avoid damaging to my Washburn (one culprit for info): I do not know if washburn are so thin as AC but it seems to me even when weird. And it seems a bit heavy also.
My rating is justified on these points, the rest is very well thought out.
The report is qualitprix but I liked avoid losing a bit of time to fine tune the handle is comfortable.
With the exprience I'll think to try a box for Explorer ago, but already that the 333 did not spend dime ...