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Thomann E-Guitar Case LP-Style PVC
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  • Linn SondekLinn Sondek

    Impeccable

    Thomann E-Guitar Case LP-Style PVCPublished on 05/28/13 at 06:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Frankly at this rate, this case represents what may be the very best in terms of quality / price ratio.
    The tweed is perfect and perfectly placed on the structure. The quality hinges suggest reliability over the long term. The locks of the same level, closes and opens with ease and there also, the adjustments are perfect. The interior is nicely lined and smooth coating reassuring when one has an expensive 6-string delicate nitro lacquer. A Les Paul is fully seated inside: no game and therefore no risk of friction that may affect paint and varnish.
    A case.
    Available in various shapes and colors for different guitars.
  • vince71vince71

    Thomann E-Guitar Case LP-Style PVCPublished on 01/08/08 at 15:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this box 2 weeks ago. This is my first hardcase, before I only had to wear bags backpack. It's good to carry around a guitar in the boot drive, but the subway is close and there is no strap to wear it ...

    Most: <ul> the material is PVC so it's light and strong
    The box is very stiff thanks in part to the alluvial strapping that goes around the box
    there are small aluminum feet to put the box on the side and other PVC place it on the back
    lot of aluminum closures and it closes properly (I'll bet, however, on the interest of the key lock ...)
    the interior is well finished and the carpet seems thick and of good quality
    guitar fits perfectly into the box
    there are a lot o…
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    I bought this box 2 weeks ago. This is my first hardcase, before I only had to wear bags backpack. It's good to carry around a guitar in the boot drive, but the subway is close and there is no strap to wear it ...

    Most: <ul> the material is PVC so it's light and strong
    The box is very stiff thanks in part to the alluvial strapping that goes around the box
    there are small aluminum feet to put the box on the side and other PVC place it on the back
    lot of aluminum closures and it closes properly (I'll bet, however, on the interest of the key lock ...)
    the interior is well finished and the carpet seems thick and of good quality
    guitar fits perfectly into the box
    there are a lot of forms to properly calibrate the guitar (neck, body)
    there is a large compartment in handy as the handle
    </ul>
    The -: <ul> PVC material is faux leather and the look is always a little plastic
    PVC air to easily mark
    the cloth strap that keeps the box open at a right angle was detached to the first use, it was clearly established at the glue gun ... but good for € 55 I took on me and I glued to PATEX and since no worries! ;)
    </ul>
    My opinion:
    It is certainly not the best (nothing beats leather) but if you like the style and want Samsonite protect your guitar in the car, train, this box is for you ... For the subway, forget there's no strap to carry it, but hey you know, since not want a hardcase?

    Conclusion:
    Given the price (55 €) and the relatively good quality of the product, I probably do it again because this choice is the guitar for me is more important than the box ...

    A slideshow with photos:
    ( http://img81.imageshack.us/slideshow/player.php?id=img81/8591/1199834502vy4.smil )

    For more information and compare, I found advice and images on these forums about flycase style of Les Paul Thomann:
    THOMANN E-GUITAR-CASE LP-STYLE PVC ( https://www.guitariste.com/forums/guitare%2Ccustom-users-club-samples%2C252900%2C60.html#4576077 )
    THOMANN E-GUITAR CASE TWEED LP-STYLE ( https://www.guitariste.com/forums/guitare%2Ccustom-users-club-samples%2C252900%2C910.html#4647807 )
    THOMANN E-GUITAR LES PAUL FORMCASE ( https://www.guitariste.com/forums/guitare%2Ccustom-users-club-sommaire-pos%2C252900%2C1640.html#4689873 )
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