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MONO M80 Electric Guitar Case Black

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Introducing a new breed of hybrid instrument cases for music industry professionals. The M80 Series is the result of MONO's own intuition and observations, combined with an obsessive industrial design and prototyping process, all to create the ultimate collection of gear for the touring musician. Each piece is engineered to shave off pounds of uneccessary weight (the M80 Electric Guitar case weighs a mere 83oz), while remaining ridgid in all the right places to protect your most prized possessions. Indestructible materials, lightweight construction, smart features. Go Play.

 

They’ve designed the M80 Series from the inside out to be the lightest, thinnest, strongest, most versatile carrying solutions for the professional musician. A hybrid case featuring an ultra light laminated foam shell with strategically placed ABS panels, providing an unmatched level of protection for your most prized investments. Smart features like the Clip/Tuck straps make for easy airport travel, while the streamlined profile helps you slip through the crowds.

 

STRAP IT ON

Their innovative Neckbrace design provides a level of protection worthy of the finest instruments. (It works so well they’ve patented it). Your guitar quickly straps in and remains stabilized during transport. The headstock is suspended inside the case, saving the guitar from impacts that could otherwise snap the neck.

 

WEAR IT OUT

Well, we dare you to try. They build their 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. So your guitar rides first class while you launch an urban assault.

 

PLUG AND PLAY

Everything in it’s place. Specialized storage compartments put your gear right where you need it. Deep gussets make sure your small items stay put. And the hidden upper pocket keeps your wallet, keys, and cell concealed on that subway ride.

 

FITTING

Fits standard body electric guitars including Fender Tele/Strat, Gibson, Les Paul, Ibanez, ESP.


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Nice Gig Bag for Jags Review by Steve
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I emailed the folks at Mono and was informed that ALL of their electric guitar gig bags fit Fender Jags (and Jazzmasters). None of the sites with the so-called "case finder" search engines ever convey this. I have a Johnny Marr Jag and the "retro case" it came with is too big and clunky (while not offering the protection of the SKBs I got with my other Fenders). I own several Protec Contego model gig bags, which are hybrids like the Mono. They are great cases and about half the price of the M80. However, like so many gig bags, the Protec does not accommodate the dimensions of a Jag. They are geared to Telecaster and Strat style bodies. The Mono M80 fits my Jag nicely. The neck cradle is great. It seems a bit lighter than the Protec. It is a comfortable well-designed bag, with a sleek modern look. My only beef is with the padding on the bottom end of the bag, which is inside where the strap pin sits. I am surprised that the bottom padding on a bag that is as expensive as the M80 was not nearly as substantial as that on my Protecs. Although, this has not proven to be a problem for me, as I don't put it through the rigors of the road, as some of you might. So, for me, I am happy to have a quality bag that fits and protects my Jag. It's a tad spendy but worth it for the protection it affords my bigger investment. I would recommend that other Jag and Jazzmaster owners check out the Mono line. It is too bad that Mono and their online vendors don't promote that their gig bags provide a nice option for toting, storing and protecting our "offset guitars." Thus, I am trying to spread the word. (Posted on 11/18/2015)

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Nice Gig Bag for Jags Review by Steve
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I emailed the folks at Mono and was informed that ALL of their electric guitar gig bags fit Fender Jags (and Jazzmasters). None of the sites with the so-called "case finder" search engines ever convey this. I have a Johnny Marr Jag and the "retro case" it came with is too big and clunky (while not offering the protection of the SKBs I got with my other Fenders). I own several Protec Contego model gig bags, which are hybrids like the Mono. They are great cases and about half the price of the M80. However, like so many gig bags, the Protec does not accommodate the dimensions of a Jag. They are geared to Telecaster and Strat style bodies. The Mono M80 fits my Jag nicely. The neck cradle is great. It seems a bit lighter than the Protec. It is a comfortable well-designed bag, with a sleek modern look. My only beef is with the padding on the bottom end of the bag, which is inside where the strap pin sits. I am surprised that the bottom padding on a bag that is as expensive as the M80 was not nearly as substantial as that on my Protecs. Although, this has not proven to be a problem for me, as I don't put it through the rigors of the road, as some of you might. So, for me, I am happy to have a quality bag that fits and protects my Jag. It's a tad spendy but worth it for the protection it affords my bigger investment. I would recommend that other Jag and Jazzmaster owners check out the Mono line. It is too bad that Mono and their online vendors don't promote that their gig bags provide a nice option for toting, storing and protecting our "offset guitars." Thus, I am trying to spread the word. (Posted on 11/18/2015)

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