Gigbag options for efficient and stylish protection when on the go with your guitar.


4730 Black Belt Deluxe
This gigbag is suitable for most common electric guitar models, especially Strat-, Tele-, and PRS-style guitars. Features include a durable and water-resistant nylon exterior, 12 mm foam padding, Comfort-Grip handle, accessory pockets, and backpack-style shoulder straps.
Street: $41.99


Constructed of durable ballistic nylon with heavy-duty dual zippers and SKB pull tabs, this gigbag fits most standard solidbody electric guitars. It includes a three-tiered front-side accessory pouch, plus a smaller compartment in the soft, nylon-padded interior.
Street: $39.99


TACC-1 Single Electric
Inspired by the designs employed by elite military forces, these gigbags are both rugged and functional. An integrated webbing system lets players customize their cases with a wide range of modular accessory pouches.
Street: $99.99 (base model)


ProGo G-PG Electric
This deluxe gigbag boasts a durable nylon exterior, ultra-thick padded sidewalls, and an interior lined with micro-fleece. An adjustable foam cradle secures the neck, while a foam block protects the guitar’s bottom.
Street: $149.99


Guitar Sleeve™
A minimalist solution for traveling light, MONO’s new Sleeve™ collection merges innovative protection with high-quality construction in a slim, stylish, and budget-conscious design.
Street: $149.99


Reunion Blues has added double gigbag models to their RBX line. The RBX-2E boasts a sleek and lightweight design, quilted chevron exterior, multi-layer foam surrounds, strategically placed impact panels, dense foam neck cradles, and endpin rests in both compartments.
Street: $189.95


Ultimate Support Series ONE gigbags balance price and performance. Features include thick foam padding, soft nylex interiors, three external accessories pockets, ergonomic backpack straps, adjustable interior compartments, custom pulls, and padded neck supports.
Street: $79.99


AB3EGHB Stage Three Hard Bag
Access Stage Three gigbags offer hardshell protection via 1200-denier exteriors, which cloak composite shells formed from layers of high-density foam and polymer panels. The bags boast plush interiors, adjustable neck supports, large zippered pockets, and ergonomically padded shoulder straps.
Street: $149


Leather Gigbag
Working from 300 different patterns, Glenn Cronkhite offers handmade, top-of-the-line gigbags in both leather and nylon cordura, ensuring superior fit and protection for guitars of almost all types and sizes. Shown: Chronkhite’s leather 335-style bag.
Street: $385 (price varies according to pattern, materials, and other options)


This genuine leather electric guitar gigbag comes in a variety of colors. It features 1" foam padding, plush interior lining, and protective leather patches for the headstock and bridge. Also standard are leather handles, double-zipper pulls, heavyweight 2" shoulder straps, and accessory pockets.
MSRP: $486.24


Urban Series Electric Guitar
Designed for protection and portability, these lightweight gigbags can be expanded with Fusion’s “Fuse-On” accessory bags. Features include a snug-fit inner collar, 20 mm high-density foam padding, a water-resistant rip-stop exterior, and a heavy-duty rubberized base.
Street: $195 (base model)

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