Crossrock Unveils New Air Carbon Guitar Case

Three different shapes are available and each one weighs in at less than 7 pounds.

Shenzhen, China (January 25, 2019) -- The target of the Air Carbon series was to make the lightest possible guitar case, yet still make it stable and impact resistant while maintaining reasonable cost. Crossrock has spent 3 years on the developing and the dream of making “a case for the many” is coming true now.

Air Carbon highlights include:

  • Light as air - a classical case weights 5.5lb while the electric weights 6.5lb.
  • Strong as steel - survived from hammer impact test and overseas flying test.
  • Premium lining – perfect performance in air permeability and skin-friendly.
  • TSA lock – easier for international trip.
  • Backpackable – deluxe straps come with strong metal buckles.
  • Protective cover – padded cover keeping the case away from hurt and scratch.

As a “child” of the company who was founded by the conception of “a case for the many”, the Air Carbon™ series guitar cases carry the following reasonable prices:

  • Classical: suggested retail price is $1299 with street price of $899
  • 335 style: suggested retail price is $1399 with street price of $929
  • Les Paul: suggested retail price is $1399 with street price of $929

More models are going to be available soon in 2019.

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