Cases For Beginner's Electric Guitars
When you take good care of your starter guitar, you can be sure that it will work properly for
years on end. Having a proper gig bag or case is the most important part of this process. Although
your beginner's electric guitar is a sturdy instrument, it's also a finely tuned item that will
benefit from proper care. By using a case, you're helping to ensure the safety of your guitar
against cracks in the paint, chips in the wood, or even a broken neck.
What to Look for in a Beginner's Electric Guitar CaseWhen buying a case for your starter
guitar, there are two criteria you should consider. First, you'll want to make sure you get a case
that fits your guitar. For example, if you opted for a starter guitar in the shape of a Flying V,
you'll need to make sure it fits in the case you choose. But don't worry, no matter what style of
starter guitar you choose, there will always be a case that fits it perfectly. Second, you will
want to ensure that the case will handle the wear and tear you will put it through. If you only
plan on carrying your starter guitar to lessons or school, a light weight case or gig bag will work
fine. On the other hand, if you are going to be taking your guitar on longer trips, or you just
want to be extra careful, you may want to opt for the added protection of a hard case.
Types of Guitar Cases
Gig Bags – Gig bags are made out of a tough material, like canvas or tweed, and
lined with cushions on the inside to protect the guitar. Most gig bags are designed to make
transporting your starter guitar safe and easy. In fact, some even come with backpack straps to
make carrying your guitar extra convenient. And since the cases are rarely form-fitted, almost any
starter guitar will fit into a typical gig bag. In short, a gig bag makes a great choice because it
is easy to carry, will fit almost all guitars, and is typically more affordable than a hard case.
The Levys EM7S Electric Guitar Bag is a great gig bag for almost any beginner's electric
guitar. With a plush foam interior and pockets to carry all of your accessories, you can feel good
knowing your instrument is safe from all but the most serious collisions. Plus, with backpack
straps, the light-weight Levy EM7S will be a breeze to carry from place to place.
Hard Shell Cases – Hard shell cases can be made of a variety of materials,
including heavy chipboard, durable plastic or lightweight metal. On the inside, they are lined with
foam or other protective material to ensure that your guitar will be kept safe. Unlike a gig bag,
hard shell cases can be somewhat heavy. However, that extra weight easily translates into extra
protection for your starter guitar. If you plan on traveling often, or just want the peace of mind
that your starter guitar has maximum protection, a hard shell case is the way to go.
It's important to make sure that your guitar will fit into your case. Since hard shell cases
are rigid and form-fitted, not all guitars will fit into every case. Don't worry though, for every
style of guitar available there is a case that will fit it perfectly. You simply need to find one
that matches your guitar's model.
For example, the Ibanez RG140C Hardshell Electric Guitar Case is the perfect case for certain
Ibanez starter guitars. With a hard outer shell, and a plush inside to protect the guitar, you
won't have to worry about safety when transporting or storing your starter guitar.
Regardless of whether you decide to go with a gig bag or a hard shell case, the important
thing is that you have some form of protection for your guitar. By taking good care of your starter
guitar, you'll ensure that it will stay in playable condition for years to come.