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Originally Posted by MA Pete
I hear you mate. I actually had the original Jon Mayer InCase (black with huge "F" on top).
Originally Posted by LSchefman
A friend has it now, and it IS pretty damn awezome as far as protection goes.
The "real back pack straps" are also a bonus. However, I find it (at least that version) a bit too heavy and bulky,
and I even doubt I would be allowed to check it in the over head compartment on a plane (it's that bulky).
The regular PRS bag (at least for me), offer enough protection, whilst still being slim enough not to stur up
hassle when boarding. However, I must add that I'm not too concerned about dinging my guitars up,
apart from a broken neck, I'm all good and are more of the "play it like you mean it" mindset when live,
hence my PRSi all have dings and scratches (note, I would not intentionally damage it in any way, we're just talking
general wear and tear).
I think the Incase wouldn't be a problem in the overhead compartment, honestly; I've traveled with a 35" scale Modulus Graphite bass in the overhead in a heavily padded and bulky Levy's leather case, and it was fine, and bigger than the Incase Mayer bag I had, so...pretty sure the Incase would fit.
Originally Posted by Richard Lainegard
The Incase has a full length neck support, I doubt there'd be much risk of a broken neck; and it's more protective and has a laptop pocket. Anyway, that'd be my first choice for travel. I haven't had to fly with a guitar for a gig in a while, so I guess I don't need to spend much time worrying about it.