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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Perfect for Jim Dandy Gretsch Guitar
I purchased this to protect my Jim Dandy guitar when I'm out and about. It is a parlor sized guitar and needed a fairly snug fit - a regular dread bag was just WAY too big.
The Jim Dandy measures 36 ¾” tall x 13 ?” wide x 4 ½” deep, and this bag fit perfect. Pics included to show how it works.
I paid $25 and it was well worth it.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful.
Looks good. Fits 3/4 Peavy just right
Looks good. Fits 3/4 Peavy just right. Easy to carry. Light weight. Front pocket is large enough for average sized folders, and possibly a thin (maybe 1/2 inch) three-ring binder. Padding is sufficient for storing guitar in a closet or under a bed, and for transporting during everyday use. It is exactly what I would expect for the price ($25).
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful. See all 436 customer reviews...
Is This What You Really Wanted?
You really need to adjust your expectations with something like this. My classical guitar is my go to guitar. I use it daily, and every once in a while it goes with me to the beach and camping. Sometimes I will leave it out by accident and in the evening at the beach or by next morning when camping it gets covered with dew, which just is bad for a guitar, so this case does the job and protects it from this, and gives it a little more protection as well during transport... But realize that this is NOT going to protect your guitar from getting accidentally crushed like a hard case or even some soft cases that are built better. The best analogy I can provide for feel of thickness is like taking an oven mitt and pulling it over the top of the tuners. That's roughly how thick (or thin depending upon how you look at it) the case is. The finish work is good, dual zippers to open, the storage part can hold full size sheets of paper, and there's a single strap that can be adjusted for either left or right shoulder to sling it over your back, but it doesn't have 2 straps to wear like a back pack. In the end, when you consider the price, you realize that it's a fair price... Just make sure you adjust your expectations to see if it will meet your needs.