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HeadlessUSA Presents New Steinberger Vintage Type GM Hardshell Case

HeadlessUSA Presents New Steinberger Vintage Type GM Hardshell Case

These robust hardshell cases are designed to fully protect your vintage, investment-grade GM guitar and insure that it doesn''t get damaged on the way to the gig or studio.

Poughkeepsie, NY (July 24, 2012) – After extensive research, HeadlessUSA has located the original case manufacturer of the Steinberger GM hardshell cases from the 1980s and 1990s to have them build identical replicas. Many Steinberger afficiandos prefer this traditional plywood type of formfit case, as the original soft bags offered very little real protection to their favorite guitars.

Originally, there were two grades of case available: the "basic" case that just had an open space for the guitar body, and this "deluxe" version with plush form-fit interior, which holds the guitar firmly in place to avoid any movement.

These robust hardshell cases are designed to fully protect your vintage, investment-grade GM guitar and insure that it doesn't get damaged on the way to the gig or studio. The exterior is covered with a very high-grade tolex-like material while the inside is beautifully soft and cushioned plush material. Also includes a large storage compartment for all of your accessories. Fits the early version GM's with binding as well as the later versions without binding.

Now available direct online for $179.99 plus shipping.

For more information:
www.HeadlessUSA.com

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