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Gator Cases Pro-Go Ultimate Guitar Gig Bag; Fits Classical Style Acoustic Guitars (G-PG CLASSIC)

4.7
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Description

  • Ultra-thick padded sidewalls and micro fleece interior
  • Protective hide-away rain cover
  • Multi-adjustable, removable backpack straps
  • Adjustable neck cradle and Body block internal shock absorber
  • Interior dimensions: Body Length: 24" Body Height: 4.25" Lower bout Width: 16.5" Middle Bout Width: 13.5" Upper bout Width: 10.5" Overall Length: 42"

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Customer Reviews

Well built and much to likeThis is an interesting new design from Gator with different models available for acoustic and electric guitars. I bought the electric model, Gator G-PG Electric Pro Go Series Gig Bag.The design elements, materials and construction are high quality. The tough outer fabric of the case has one large cargo pocket with an integrated iPad compartment, sewn-in Velcro cable loops, and various interior pouches for a few pedals or other items, plus room for a good sized binder holding your sheet music in the main compartment. There are also several smaller pockets in different places around the exterior of the bag, each secured by a good zipper.There were a couple of design points that interested me when I first learned about this gig bag: the full weather cover that stows in its own pocket, and the removable backpack straps that can be attached to different points to allow for a more flexible fit.Now that I've used the bag several times to transport my instrument, I can see that these features are designed and built well. The zippers are all quality. The backpack straps feel like they will stand up well to regular use without the padding breaking down. Since I use the backpack straps almost every time I use the case, I need them to last.The foam that provides impact protection for your instrument is fairly dense. It is thick enough to stand up to the bumps and scuffs that any gig bag is subjected to in the world of rehearsing and performing musicians. This bag isn't marketed as something to transport your guitar as checked airline baggage, and you would want something more solid for that job.As effective as this gig bag is for most of my needs, I would have more confidence in it if it were made with high density rigid foam instead of the soft foam they chose. I use a rigid foam gig bag (Wolfpack) to transport my acoustic, and the rigid foam makes me more confident about more serious mishaps, such as slipping on the ice while carrying my instrument, or some drunk fan in a crowded bar stepping on it because he was too out of it to see that a gig bag had fallen over.A couple other improvements I'd suggest would be:- a little more gusseting on the main pocket to allow for carrying more cargo without having to stress the zipper.- the addition of reflective piping or panels to make this black bag more visible at night when I'm crossing the street with it.I think the price is a little high, but the features it has are very good. Overall, I give it a solid 4 stars. With some additional main pocket capacity, rigid foam, and some reflective surfaces, it would be an easy five star rating to make.4Superior and longer than the Mono M80 Dual- Gator is long enough for my 2018 Gibson TBird without any stress on the headstock.-More storage space than the Mono M80 Dual.-Totally removable shoulder straps via metal carabiners as opposed to the Mono, on which the straps are sewn at the top, with plastic clasps at the bottom.-Gator has a lift handle on the front of the bag. Mono has a lift handle on the back, above the shoulder straps, and none on the front.-Both have a well padded carry handle on the side.-Gator exterior fabric appears more coarse, possibly more durable, but too soon to tell.-Main Zippers on the Gator feel less smooth, although they appear to be the same size as the Mono. Could be that the Mono is just well worn. But the teeth appear to be identically sized, as are the pulls.-Both use some sort of micro fleece on the interior.-Padding thickness around the perimeter of both bags appears identical, however, the Gator has a removable two inch wide bumper on the bottom. Removing this allowed for the TBird to fit.-Gator has both bass compartments opening from the left side, on the side of the carry handle. Mono has the top bass compartment opening on the left, bottom opening on the right. Gator stores both basses facing outward, back to back. Mono has both basses facing the front of the bag, so it s back to front. I don t know how I feel about that yet. When the Gator case lays on the floor, lying on its back, the bottom bass is face down. It seems more logical to have the bass resting on its back, but perhaps it s an advantage to be able to remove both basses from the same side, with the case resting with its right side down. Time will tell.-The Gator appears more boxy . The Mono is rounder , and in my opinion, more stylish having a contrasting color around the front storage compartment.As of my first impression, the Gator is superior, and cost me $220. The Mono currently sells for $330.5I have never yet been disappointed with a product from GatorI have several Gator products including amp cases and various guitar cases. I have never yet been disappointed with a product from Gator. They always make top quality gear. This bag is a great addition to their line. I also own a top of the line Reunion Blues RBG1 guitar case/bag. Comparing the two bags, I would say the Gator G-PG is very close to the Reunion Blues in quality and overall protection. One thing I like about both of these cases is the fact that they open up completely, like a hard case, as opposed to the way some gig bags only open enough to slide the guitar in (while trying not to scratch it against the zipper). I like a case that you can open and check out the guitar before lifting it out. The Gator bag also has some features not found on the Reunion Blues bag like a removable body insert (to accommodate longer guitars) and a front handle (which I find very handy on any gig bag type case) and lastly a rain cover, which is conveniently tucked away in its own little pocket.. I doubt that I will use the rain cover, but I can see where it would be handy to have for some musicians who are outside a lot. Another comparison is that the shoulder straps on the Reunion Blues case tuck-away in pockets so they are not always dangling off the case. The Gator's straps do not have that tuck-away feature, but they are easily removable, so it's not too much of an issue for me. The only possible con with the Gator bag is the white interior. The fabric is extremely soft and plush, so that's cool, but I am concerned that the white fabric will quickly show soil and stains. Aside from that one issue, the Gator G-PG is well worth the price and definitely a case that I will keep and use for a very long time. I can't say the Gator bag is superior to the Reunion Blues, or vice versa. In my opinion, they are equal, but different, if that makes any sense. The Reunion Blues case might have a slight edge as far as overall protection, but the Gator case is still plenty strong and has the extra features that I mentioned earlier. Which one to buy is really going to be a matter of personal taste. Regardless, you can't go wrong with the Gator Case and since this review is supposed to be about the Gator case, I will sum up by saying it is an excellent product and a great value for the price. Any guitar player would be happy with this case.5Well thought out with ample protection and storageI've got an Eastman 335 clone and this bag has really improved my gigging life since switching from the hard case that came with it. This case offers near hard case level protection. It's a lot bulkier than your average gig bag, but gives me piece of mind and still easy to carry on the shoulders. All of the parts and materials feel high quality and extra sturdy. The many storage pockets are awesome too...plush laptop sleeve, accessory pouches, cable loops, etc. My smaller gig rig ( cables, one spot, small pedal board, strings, ipad, etc ) fits entirely in the case and has made load-in/out really easy.5Make sure you have a look at this one.I returned the Transit in favor of this one. MUCH better. Fits my MIM Fender Jazz really well, and my MIM Fender Jazz 5-string also fits with no problems. Very sturdy, quality seems to be there. Zippers seem like solid quality. I love the front pocket with all the little compartments and whatnot. Very clever and a really nice touch. Only three complaints really. I wish the backpack straps stowed away the same way they do on the Transit. These come off, and you can put them somewhere, but it was nice on the Transit that they just tucked in. Also, color options. I'm fine with the black, but the Transit colors were really nice. Last...The placement of the carry handle on the front. Totally dig it there, but having one on the back side (again, like the Transit) or toward the top on the back like the Fender cases have. The handle on this bag is great, super strong, really nice, for me though it's in the wrong place. If you're looking for a solid gig bag and you have lots of Fender stuff like I do, make sure you have a look at this bag. So much of these things are personal preference, but make sure you look at this one. Good stuff, reasonable price.4Heavy & poor quality...I bought this case to shuttle my strat to and from work so i can practice during lunch break. The interior is extremely soft and well padded. However, it is much heavier than I expected. Completely empty it weighs in at 7.25 lbs, might not sound like much but add in a standard strat and you carrying around ~16lbs. That's about as much as a traditional case & kind of defeats the purpose of a easy to transport gig-bag. Add cables, metronome, picks and a Microsoft surface & it's just cumbersome. But the real kicker is I bought this in mid February, by the end of July I noticed the backpack strap was pulling away from the case (see the 2nd pic). I immediately contacted customer support because these bags come with a limited lifetime warranty. It's been almost 2 weeks and I've had ZERO response. I've emailed them twice for an update and have yet to hear anything from them. $150 bucks is a stout price tag for a gig bag & I'd expect it to last longer than 5 months with gentle use for that amount. Definitely would not have bought this if I knew about the weight and poor customer service.1It's a beast, but it will carry any 2 solid bodies I own.This thing is HUGE, and this can be limiting for how you transport it. Also it doesn't stand upright when full, but that was only something that I thought might be possible because of the sheer build of this thing (no, nothing else stands up either, so that's fine). You can stash a ridiculous amount of extraneous stuff in the pockets (I have my whole fly board of 5 effect pedals in the pocket and the thing zips!) and the organizational features of the pockets keeps it actually organized. It will hold two of any of my solid body electrics. It won't hold a semi-hollow unless it's more 339 size... then it might. I also haven't tried a jazzmaster. It is the only bag I trust to carry a Les Paul with no "activity restrictions." The insides are so plush you just want to pet it, but only do that to your own! Also it looks just like the day I bought it and I have gigged with it a decent amount over the last few months. 0 signs of wear, even on the plushy insides where guitar parts can chew away at cases.5Amazing guitar case!I love this guitar case! It's a little heavier than my old Groove Pak, which I've been toting around for 20 years, but it's much more protective and has all the great storage of that old case, with extra bells and whistles. This is a soft shell case, so it does not have the built-in styrofoam shell of the Transit series, but Gator's ads show it being tossed and kicked around, so they clearly feel secure in the cushioning that the case provides, and it's easy to see why. The sides are all rigid, and the inside has cushioning on all sides, with three extra additional movable pieces to create a super secure fit. If you love to be super organized, there are separate pockets for everything -- a nice-sized one on top that I use for picks, batteries, Snarks, capos; a big one on the bottom that I use for mics, a pedal, cables (also has a separate cushioned pocket for an iPad), one on the outside of that that I use for strings and string-changing accessories, and a small flat one up top that's good for cards, mic condoms, etc. On the pack, there is also a little pocket for the raincover that comes with the case. Honestly, I thought I'd never use that thing, but it's great! It slides on easily and has elastic edges to make it self-securing. This is a great case. I had to leave it out for the first few days I had it just to admire it. For years I considered the Mono, but the price tag was prohibitive on that one, and the fit was really tight. I just could never rationalize spending that much money on what to me was an imperfect case. This one is pricey but $50 less than the Mono and really worth it, imo.5Nice design and good looking bag but poorly made.When the product arrived, one of the Velcro tabs at the bottom of the left strap was torn off from the main stitching and stuck back onto the Velcro, so it was attached to itself but not the case. I was going to send it back but I had a gig the day it arrived and I needed the bag as my old one broke, so I just dealt with it. About a month later, one of the red metal clasps that hold the shoulder strap to the bag broke, so now the clip is not spring loaded and just flops between open and closed. Then tonight while walking to my gig, the stitching at the bottom of the left strap tore about 4 inches, exposing the padding underneath.I play in a working band but the bag stays either in my house or in my car during transport. It is not abused or loaded into a band van. I carry it from my house to my car, from my car to the stage, back to my car and then to my house and I do this twice a week. I have had the bag since December and I'm going to have to buy a new case already because this one is falling apart.It's a shame because I love the design, the fabric and the look. The pockets are large and well designed and the straps are really nice and padded. The neck support is also a great feature for Les Pauls and other guitars with slanted headstocks. I am just extremely dissapointed that a guitar case designed for professional use and costing a good amount of money, has had three major failures in 4 months with light use. I expected to get at least a couple of years out of the case but unfortunately it just isn't very well made.It is extremely annoying because I have researched professional grade soft cases and this one is the only one I like that really fits my needs. I will have to go back to searching because I won't be spending over 100 bdollars on another one. The case appears well made but apparently looks are deceiving 'because the longevity shows that the case is poorly constructed.I will likely go back to using a John Suhr soft bag. It is very similar to the gator case but my last one lasted me three years.UPDATE: Since writing my review, I continued using the case because I was unable to find anything else I liked. Since then, the entire right shoulder strap has torn off including the tab that attaches the bag to the strap. The entire bottom of the case has ripped along the stitching. Absolutely terrible product. I will post pictures.1Need wheels, too heavy!This is super great, super sturdy, guitars are very well protected. HOWEVER IT IS REALLY HEAVY! We sent it back unfortunately, because the case is 10.5 lbs, and if you put two Les Pauls at around 13 bs each and a couple of cables in the front pouch and tuner and some minimal stuff, you re easily at 40 lbs. That s really really heavy. I wish this case would have built in wheels. I tried to attach a separate trolley to roll it though the airports, however that made it too large to fit in the overhead bin. So there is never time to take the trolley off and then put it in the bin, so that wasn t really workable for me either.So, this is the most sturdy and best double gig bag, however it needs wheels. Unless you re really strong and muscular, this is more than a small to average person wants to carry IMO.3
Gator Cases Pro-Go Ultimate Guitar Gig Bag; Fits Classical Style Acoustic Guitars (G-PG CLASSIC)

Gator Cases Pro-Go Ultimate Guitar Gig Bag; Fits Classical Style Acoustic Guitars (G-PG CLASSIC)

4.7
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Regular price
€739,00
Sale price
€739,00
Regular price
€1.220,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€481,00)