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Mono Cases M80 Dual Electric Guitar Case - Black

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  • Integral headlock design suspends headstock and tuners
  • Waterproof sharkskin shell with industrial rubber sole and piping (pvc-free)
  • Fits 2 standard body electric guitars including fender tele/strat, gibson, les paul, ibanez, esp.
  • Z-form design can be used with 1 or 2 guitars
  • 100% man made
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£199.00 FREE UK delivery. Only 1 left in stock. Dispatched from and sold by Sound Affects.

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Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 Kg
Product Dimensions113 x 12.7 x 44.4 cm
Item model numberM80-2G-BLK
Country Produced Inchina
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 15,334 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.7 Kg
Date First Available18 Sept. 2011
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Product Description

  • Colour / Finish: Black
  • Special Features: for 2 Instruments
  • Instrument: Electric guitar

Manufacturer's Description

A second guitar is a must-have on stage or in the studio. But in transit, carrying two guitars has always been a necessary evil. We set out to design an elegant solution to this problem. Our driving criteria was to offer each guitar the same protection as

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Very good robust dual guitar case. Excellent quality. Expensive.
I'm trying to reduce the space that my guitars take up, without sacrificing their security. A dual case seemed the logical step forwards. I tested the water with the Fender case, and decided to try the Mono.
It's more expensive than the Fender, but appears to be more robust and offer more protection. I haven't tried out how much protection - I would expect it to be somewhere between a hard case and a gig bag.
The quality seems excellent. But it is expensive. - But then so are good guitars.
Other comments say it's heavy. I'm not so sure that its heavy itself - it has two guitars inside. The add on guitar tick bag is useful, but also expensive too.
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By Redon bruno on 31 Dec. 2013
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I need a double bag for gigs and this one is quite great ! Maybe a little bit too heavy but it do the job very well
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By MARK R JOHNSON on 19 Jan. 2015
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Very good
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A difficult trick elegantly pulled! 1 Oct. 2012
By Adrian C. - Published on Amazon.com
1) A two guitar case that can accommodate two floating trem Strats and not require the whammy bars to be removed before transport.

2) A two guitar case that doesn't weigh so much that it makes you just laugh and say "no f'n WAY!".

3) A two guitar case that is actually a gig bag, so it's light, but is reinforced and "plated" w/ ABS plastic like a hard case in all the most important areas so you don't have to freak about your guitars getting destroyed and kicking yourself later for trying this stunt.

So, there are three of the big reasons that my research led me directly to this case as a first and only option, and they were right on the damned money.

One thing I have learned after years of playing and going through gear: get what you want, and find a way to make it happen, instead of going through the expense, risk and frustration of getting second and third-best options that you will not be 100% happy with. Mine was used on eBay - I got lucky. Maybe you will too.

If you need a solution like this, this is THE one you want. All the features are well known. This review was to allay any fears.

You can strap it on your back. It is a bit heavy with both in it, but not at all unmanageable, and it can be adjusted so that the wearer (I am 6'1") will have it in pretty good balance. It is even more wieldy using the conventional (and very sturdy, I might add) guitar case-style handle.

It's an awesome, unique case.

Hope this helps!
The M80 Dual Electric Guitar Case 30 Dec. 2013
By Geek_450 - Published on Amazon.com
The M80 dual electric guitar case! Hands down the most efficient, comfortable, and cool looking guitar case there is on the market. Made with high-end materials and military specs, this case will handle any abrasive element on the outside. It has plush lining, the beautiful custom finish of your prize possession will be pampered while you face the snow, rain, and other hazardous elements to your guitar.

The M80 case is great for anyone. From a part time weekend player, to the full-time touring musician, this case caters to every need!

Dimensions and weight.
41.5″ long, and 6.1″ wide at the headstock, and 14.5″ wide at the base.
You can fit all standard bodied guitars including Les Paul, Tele/Strat, or PRS!
Weighing in at just over 7 lbs. (118 oz. to be exact).

For years I have used a standard hard case with my guitars, It was not the best, being I travel full time.

The M80 also boasts extra features including one large pouch with a dual zipper big enough to hold multiple cables, music books, power supplies, and clothes if need be. As a traveling musician that last one always comes in handy! In addition to the large pouch, there is a smaller pouch with dual zippers in front of the headstock. The smaller pouch is perfect for strings, pics, phone charger, wallet, keys, and even your in-ear case. Lastly, the patented ”Headlock” system. The headlock straps down your guitar’s neck, suspending the headstock to insure maximum protection for your neck, and tuning pegs – brilliant!

If you are searching for the next level of protection for you gear, I encourage you to get Mono Case!
Mono's the best!!! 11 Mar. 2014
By 916Funkster - Published on Amazon.com
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Lately my family & I have been buying everything from Amazon; the price is usually the lowest, haven't been scammed on any merchandise's quality, and it's shipped to my door...think I've gained weight b-cuz I don't have to walk the malls anymore.

I bought this for my son, he needed it and it's a winner! The design of the straps make it hang on your back a few inches lower than other manufacturers' gig bags, so the headstock portion doesn't get banged into doorways (unless you're a 6'4"+ guitar player). Also it fits closer to your back, so there isn't that huge space between the bag and your shoulders, and you take up a little less room space; and if a bag is further away from your body, the leverage from it being far away ends up pulling your shoulders backwards. Mono's got a great design team, they seem to have all the pockets you'd need, and construction's excellent with good, sturdy zippers. I bought a "used" one at a discount off regular price from Amazon and when it arrived, it appeared to be brand new & unused in the factory plastic bag with all the factory tags still on it! That's a good deal in my book!
Wow wow wow! 10 Mar. 2014
By C-RO - Published on Amazon.com
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So this was a very slow purchase due to price.... but here is the truest case of "you get what you pay for" This case holds two electric guitars as if they are in a hardshell case! Ok, that may be a slight exaggeration... but this case is TOUGH! Very snug fit.... VERY VERY VERY durable case! WELL PADDED.... I can now bring two guitars into every performance and not worry about them... If you are a "professional" or want to be one.... or are on your way to being one.... DONT skip this amazing product if you need a dual electric guitar case.... You will LOVE IT! I want to go into sales for this company!
Mono is the way to go! 5 Jan. 2015
By Everanor - Published on Amazon.com
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Spectacular Case! First time I own a Mono product, they are expensive, but I think I'm going to stick with these ones! Holds to electric guitars and additional cables, strings and stuff without problems. Its easier to move two guitars like this than in their separate hard shell cases. Once the case is on your back, somehow it gets lighter! I mean you can carry this thing for quite a while before starting to feel tired. Guitars are very well protected too.
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