CAHAYA Acoustic Guitar Bag
41 Inch Acoustic Guitar Bag, Larger Front Pocket, Dual Adjustable Shoulder Straps, This New Version Guitar Bag, Thick Padding Waterproof Dual Adjustable Shoulder Strap Guitar, Two Exterior Pouches, Waterproof Oxford Cloth Exterior
What We Like
- Features compartment with padded dividers that offers a large storage space
- Made of high-quality material that makes it durable
- Comes with built in adjustable straps that makes it easy to carry
- Fabric may release an unpleasant odor
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What buyers say about CAHAYA Acoustic Guitar Bag
My daughter, who is a notoriously rough on bookbags and her gear, has used it daily to transport her full-size classical to and from school, sometimes lugging on the bus but also frequently thrown over her shoulders when she skateboards to school.
It is very inexpensive, and it is great for transporting your guitar on your back, even though it isn't the most protective case.
It was wrapped in plastic and folded twice, so take that as what you will. If you drop your guitar in this bag, it will not have any protection outside, so it will get wet if it falls a puddle.
The big pocket on the bottom is great, but I don't know if it's used for anything other than getting the guitar inside.
The case is very easy to use and has plenty of space for my stuff, even though it has a bit more padding.
Does it come in a large flat box or is it folded in a smaller box?
It is folded in a small box.
Does this fit an archtop jazz guitar?
If the overall length is less than 41 inches, you're good to go.
What is the quality like?
The material is tough and there are a few innovative elements that make it easy to maneuver the guitar once loaded.
Can it be used with a guitar 37" or will it be so big for it?
It's compatible with my 1973 Martin D-35.
Will it fit under the cutaway?
long as it fits length-wise.