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    Hardcase for Starla S2 / Bigsby???

    Hey guys, i am interested in snagging an S2 Starla with Bigsby, but... I hate to not have a hard case for it. Will the normal PRS Case on sweetwaters site work? My concern of course is the bigsby, but if anyone else has some experience with buying a case for the S2 Starla with a bigsby any advice would be welcomed. Thanks
    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PRSCase/

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    I don't have any info about the case, but the SE gig bags are great. I assume the S2 bags would also be good. If it's good enough for Paul and a PS, it's good enough for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egads View Post
    I don't have any info about the case, but the SE gig bags are great. I assume the S2 bags would also be good. If it's good enough for Paul and a PS, it's good enough for me!
    It's the identical gig bag, except it is black with the PRS script logo instead of burgundy with the SE/block logo. Seriously nice gig bags, these have made me not care a great deal about having a hard case. In fact, I recently took my Les Paul to a jam and threw it in my SE gig bag instead of using the Gibson hard case. Just so much easier.

    But, to your question, I believe (but have not tried so am not 100% certain) that if you just spin the trem arm around so it faces backwards you should be able to put it in that PRS case with no problem. Works with Gibsons.

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    Might be a bit of an effort to locate one but PRS made a hardshell case specifically for the Starla at one point...
    Maybe try eBay???

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