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Old 02-29-2024, 03:48 PM
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Default Reunion Blues RBCC3 Continental Voyager Small Body Acoustic Case

Only used on one trip so it’s in fine shape, no issues cosmetic or structural.

From Reunion Blues:

Often imitated, but never equaled, the RB Continental Voyager guitar case will protect your axe in style for years to come.

1 Thick Shock-absorbing Flexoskeleton with reinforced impact panels
Zero G palm-contoured handle with weight-distributing foam core
Reinforced neck brace system locks instrument neck securely in place
Ballistic Quadraweave exterior w/water resistant zippers and rigid EVA backing
EVA reinforced laptop/tablet compatible multi-pocket
Dual adjustable endpin protection pads
High-strength corded edges and seams
Knurled abrasion grid on top and bottom resists scuffing
Double-stitched with high-tensile thread and reinforced at tested stress points
Adjustable hideaway backpack straps
Rubberized foam headstock grip
Interior protector pads at headstock and bridge
Convenient quick-stash exterior pocket
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Internal Length: 41 in
Internal Upper Bout Width: 15 in
Internal Lower Bout Width: 16 in
Internal Depth: 5 in
Weight: 7.7lb

$170 + shipping. PayPal please.

https://reverb.com/item/79747106-reu...ntent=79747106
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Thought I would give a bump here. Had a couple of Reunion Blues Continental bags for nearly 10 years. Donít travel by plane these days and havenít ever had the occasion to take a guitar on a plane in one of these bags, but I use the most every week to go to play at someone elseís house. I also use them most days around the house. Our place is pretty vertical and I carry guitars round the house to play rather than lug hard cases. The protection is 1st rate and they are really sturdy. Have a mono for my little PJ. Got that one because it was the best bag I could find for that little guitar. There are some design differences between the brands, but they are both great. To me, they are really good and good value.

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Thanks for expanding on the merits of this case. I did travel with it on a plane trip. It went through baggage no problem.
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Bump for visibility.
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