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About this product
Now it is finally possible to carry one solid body electric and one acoustic dreadnought guitar at the same time, both fully protected with MONO’s patented Headlock™ neck suspension system. The acoustic side will also accommodate most archtops and semi-hollows. The first of its kind. Go play.
The patented Headlock™ design provides a level of protection worthy of the finest instruments. Your guitars quickly strap in and remains stabilized during transport. Both headstocks are suspended inside the case, saving your guitars from both side and rear impacts that could otherwise snap the necks.
STRAP PIN PROTECTION & IMPACT DEFLECTION
Hi-density foam bumpers divert vertical impacts out and around the case, away from the strap pin.
Integral ABS panels deliver hardcase protection at a fraction of the weight. The reinforced outer shell of the M80 hybrid case absorbs and deflects hard impact away from the vulnerable areas of the guitar.
ONE OR TWO GUITARS
The design of the Classic Dual Acoustic/Electric Guitar Case creates a completely separate case for each guitar. Load your dreadnought, archtop or semi-hollow guitar in first. The electric guitar slides into its own slim, Sleeve-like compartment. Both are protected with our Headlock™ suspension system and strap pin bumpers. Both are always easily accessible and the case can be used with one or two guitars.
PLUG AND PLAY
Everything in its place. Specialized storage compartments put your gear right where you need it.
The hidden upper pocket keeps your wallet, keys, and cell concealed. Pen slots double as tool storage. Business card storage and a durable key clip are also included.
BUILT TO LAST
WEAR IT OUT
We build our cases to military specs, using only high-test materials with extreme resistance to abrasion and the elements. Inside, the plush lining protects delicate custom finishes. Outside, the water-resistant Sharkskin™ shell keeps you on the move, rain or shine. 100% animal free.
RIVETED HANDLE & HYPALON SOLE
Rock solid, industrial webbing handles come standard on MONO cases. Bar-tack stitching and steel rivets reinforce for strength, while high grade webbing provides a super comfortable grip.
All M80 cases feature a hard-wearing sole and piping made of Hypalon - the same industrial rubber used to create inflatable military rafts. This sole simply does not wear out.
DIMENSIONS & FITTING
LIKE A GLOVE
These measurements represent the inner capacity of the case. If you are unsure about the fit for your guitar, make sure it does not exceed any of the maximum dimensions shown just to be safe. This case is designed to fit one standard body electric guitar including Fenders like Teles, Strats, Jaguars and Jazzmasters, Gibsons like Les Pauls and SGs, Ibanez, ESP and many others. The Acoustic side is suitable for dreadnoughts and dreadnought-sized guitars as well as archtop and semi-hollow guitars.
Weight: 140 oz (8.75 lbs)
Most MONO guitar and bass cases are now shipped Tick-ready (some older cases may not be - please contact support if you have questions about the Tick-compatibility or fit of your MONO case).
Classic Dual Acoustic/Electric Guitar Case, Black
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