The case is designed to hold most body styles of electric guitars with a body width up to 13 3/8”.

Enki

Bozeman, MT (March 2, 2018) -- ENKI USA, a new designer, builder, and seller of modern innovative product solutions for the music industry is excited to unveil its revolutionary two electric guitar case, the AMG-2GC.

The ENKI AMG-2GC provides two electric guitars with solid airline-safe protection and travel convenience for touring musicians. With its incredibly tough, lightweight Roto-Molded Polyethylene shell construction, the two guitars are encased luxuriously by a custom fitted EVA foam insert. The AMG-2GC is designed to hold most body styles of electric guitars with a body width up to 13 3/8” or 340mm and guitars can be accessed either horizontally or vertically with the use of a single latch.

“We recognize the road can be rough on instruments and that most stock cases are not able to handle those rigors,” said David Cronk, Owner of ENKI USA. “This is evident by the number of duct tape covered guitar cases being hauled into shows and jammed in the back of vans.”

Most touring guitar players are carrying multiple guitars and are in need of a case offering a higher level of protection with the ability to easily roll the case into the venue.  In addition to delivering superior protection, the AMG-2GC doubles as a guitar rack when stood vertically – perfect for the stage.

 

Features:

  • Roto-Molded Polyethylene Shell
  • Flocked EVA Foam Insert
  • Smooth Glide Wheels
  • Front & Top Carry Handles
  • Padlock Plate
  • Soft EVA Accessories Case
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Available Case Colors: Granite and Sand
  • MSRP: $499.99

ENKI USA, a new designer, builder and seller of modern innovative product solutions for the outdoors, shooting sports and music industries, is excited announce the addition of the AMG-2 Blackout Case to its product lineup of revolutionary cases.

"We are launching the ENKI AMG-2 Blackout Edition in response to a huge customer response asking for a Black AMG-2 case,” said David Cronk, Owner of ENKI USA. “The new AMG-2 Blackout is a very sharp looking case and our customers will be very impressed with this new line."

The ENKI AMG-2 Blackout Edition Case will be available in two configurations; one for compound bows, and a second for musicians to transport their guitars. The ENKI cases deliver superior airline-safe protection and travel convenience for a hunter or musician, who is transporting their valuable items.

Like all ENKI cases, the new Black out edition delivers protection, security, and ease of use in one amazing case. In addition to delivering superior protection, the AMG-2 cases double as a gear stand or seat.

Features:

  • Roto-Molded Polyethylene Shell
  • Flocked EVA Foam Insert
  • Smooth Glide Wheels
  • Front & Top Carry Handles
  • Padlock Plate
  • Soft EVA Accessories Case
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • MSRP: $374.99 (Bow), $424.99 (Guitar)

There is nothing on market like the revolutionary ENKI AMG-2GC and ENKI AMG-2 Case.

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