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CAFeathers
08-25-2012, 10:50 PM
Being Disabled sometimes the rectangular PRS cases get a little hard to handle. I'm not a fan of gig bags. Is there a more form fitting case that PRS guitars would fit in?

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08-25-2012, 11:12 PM
Being Disabled sometimes the rectangular PRS cases get a little hard to handle. I'm not a fan of gig bags. Is there a more form fitting case that PRS guitars would fit in?I'd say a hollowbody case might work, Chet. But you're a lefty.

CAFeathers
08-25-2012, 11:38 PM
I'd say a hollowbody case might work, Chet. But you're a lefty.

Yeah, The Lefty part throws it off a little.

11top
08-26-2012, 07:26 AM
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cosmic_ape
08-28-2012, 01:57 PM
Chet, have you tried a Mono Case? They're a perfect compromise between ergonomics(a gig bag) and protection(a case). I own 4 and I don't use anything else anymore. The new Vertigo ones are lighter, too!

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08-28-2012, 02:33 PM
Chet, have you tried a Mono Case? They're a perfect compromise between ergonomics(a gig bag) and protection(a case). I own 4 and I don't use anything else anymore. The new Vertigo ones are lighter, too!+1

Forum member "Russ" just showed me their brand new model. It's pretty swank.

Goldtop
08-28-2012, 05:14 PM
Have you checked into Road Runner cases? They're sort of a cross between a regular case and a gigbag. I know they sell them at Guitar Centers. I'm not sure if any other retailers stock them, but a quick search could tell you. The ones I'm thinking of are rectangular, with a loose nylon covering but still attached on all sides if that makes any sense. They have form-fitted, covered styrofoam interiors, so they're really lightweight compared to a regular hardshell case, but they still provide some good protection.

I'm disabled too, so sometimes I have a rough time with a heavy case. Good luck in coming up something that works for you.

Goldtop