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Designed for utmost comfort and performance, the Vertigo Ultra Bass is Mono’s answer to those who seek the ultimate gigging experience.

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Five bags from Fusion, Levy''s, Gator, Mono, and Access

One of the most important tools you can take to any gig is one that doesn't improve your tone at all—the gig bag. To some, any gig bag will do. That is, until they pull out their favorite axe at the blues jam and find a crack in the headstock due to some bumps and dings on the way to the local pub. It's an even bigger consideration when you are a professional musician who spends mos¬t of their waking hours going in-between buses, vans, airports, hotel rooms, and cramped green rooms.

There is no shortage of different styles, sizes, and shapes of gig bags for nearly every instrument you can imagine and they offer a few distinct advantages over a hardshell case. First, how great is it to have your guitar—or guitars—on your back, combo amp in one hand and pedalboard in the other? Any time you can cut down how many trips back and forth to load in, the better. Also, let's be honest, although hardshell cases offer pretty rock-solid protection, they can get pretty heavy. The other big advantage is that you are many times able to carry much more just a guitar in the bag. In the spirit of finding the best guitar transport money can buy, PG rounded up five different gig bags that fall on the high-end of the spectrum in quality and price and put them through the paces.

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PG's Joe Coffey is On Location at NAMM '09 and stops by the Mono Cases booth. In this clip, we get the chance to see their new M80 Double Guitar Case, which features specific designs and materials to ensure safe travels with our prized possessions.



PG's Joe Coffey is On Location at NAMM '09 and stops by the Mono Cases booth. In this clip, we get the chance to see their new M80 Double Guitar Case, which features specific designs and materials to ensure safe travels with our prized possessions.