ENKI Updates the AMG-2 Series

Enhancements offer smoother, more stable ride for double guitar or bass cases.

Bozeman, MT (January 14, 2019) -- ENKI USA, the designer and builder of the revolutionary AMG-2 Double Electric Guitar and Double Electric Bass Guitar Cases has announced the release of significant updates to its AMG-2 Series case line.

The ENKI AMG-2 Series has proven to be a game changer for touring guitar and bass players worldwide. Now, for 2019, ENKI USA has updated the wheel and axle assembly to a heavy duty system based on high-end skateboard components, along with updating the luxurious EVA foam inserts inside the case.

The new wheel and axle assembly offers a smoother and more stable ride when moving quickly with the case, and like a skateboard, will easily withstand extreme abuse. The guitar body and neck inserts have also been updated to be reversible, so that guitars can face either direction in the case, with or without straps attached.

ENKI USA is also offering the new wheel and axle assembly and updated case inserts as an available upgrade for its existing Gen-2 AMG-2 Cases.

“Our goal has always been to make the best instrument cases available on the market,” said David Cronk, CEO of ENKI USA. “These new upgrades we’ve released for the AMG-2 Series cases are making a great, innovative product even better.”

Many touring guitar players carry multiple guitars in individual cases. The ability to double up instruments safely and efficiently is a huge plus. The fact that they can easily roll the AMG-2 case into the venue and on stage to serve as a guitar boat is a substantial added benefit.

There is nothing on market like the revolutionary ENKI AMG-2 Series Double Electric Guitar and Bass Cases which include:

  • Super Tough Roto-Molded Polyethylene Shell
  • Luxurious Reversible EVA Foam Inserts
  • 8mm Solid Axle Smooth Glide Wheels
  • Removable Lid Design
  • Padlock Plate
  • Soft EVA Accessories Case
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

The AMG-2 Double Guitar Case has an MSRP of $562.49 while the AMG-2 Double Electric Bass Case has an MSRP of $624.99.

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