Donner 36 Inch Acoustic Guitar Bag

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Sturdy Material Well Protects Guitars: Donner acoustic guitar gig bag is made of durable water-resistant 600D nylon Oxford, 12mm padded sponge and 210D smooth soft lining fabric. Not easy to rip off and protects your guitar from unexpected collision, scratches, or other damages when storing and transporting Lightweight Easy Carrying Backpack: Design for your 36 Inch standard size Acoustic Guitar. The guitar gig bag has 2 adjustable shoulder straps and a padded comfortable side carry handle to ensure convenient carry for daily commute or travel 3 Pockets Offer Enough Room for Accessories Storage: The large front pocket is used to hold music sheet/documents and an extra neck pocket for small items, such as CD, strings, cables, capo, tuner etc. The exterior zipper pocket could hold your phone for easy access Durable Double Zipper Pullers: The gig bag is equipped with heavy-duty double metal zippers which slide very smoothly, not easily get stuck or break in both directions. The top loop hanger could be used to hang up the bag and keep the case clean All Donner products are built to last. We provide 1 year manufacturer’s warranty and world class customer service, you can rest assured to buy our products

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Item Weight

2.44 pounds

Product Dimensions

16 x 5.5 x 37 inches




53121603 (Backpacks)
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Item model number

36 inch

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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4.6 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#2,607 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #18 in Acoustic Guitar Bags & Cases

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

December 5, 2018

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Material Type

12mm padded sponge, 600D waterproof ripstop nylon Oxford, double metal zipper pullers, 210D smooth soft lining, smooth zipper


36 inch – 0.5" thick

60 reviews for Donner 36 Inch Acoustic Guitar Bag

  1. Caroline

    Perfect Bag at a Perfect Price !

    Love this bag : has a very sturdy handle and a nice rubber bottom plate for standing the bag upright. I like the all solid coloring not very busy to look at. The backpack straps tucked away neatly , so no catching on things but there if I need them.Perfect Bag at a Perfect Price.

  2. Maria

    Nice Guitar Case

    The stars say it

  3. AlexAlex

    Smooth and durable.

    I purchased this bag because of looks, and also because it’s thicker at the base (7″ as opposed to 4.5″ like other bags).

  4. David FL

    Protective soft case, storage pockets, sturdy enough, backpack straps

    It feels cheap compared with other brands, but for the money, it is a very good deal. It is thick/protective enough, feels secure, at least when transporting from home to car or whatever. I love the pockets, I can carry cables, papers, picks, and a 10.5in tablet w/o problems. The back pack straps are great and comfortable.

    One person found this helpful

  5. Tammy Gayheart

    Good purchase

    I purchased this for my 10 year old to take her guitar to lessons and it fit perfectly and she loves the pockets.

  6. S. Keiling

    Sturdy bag

    Purchased for my son to use to protect his guitar and carry to lessons. Sturdy bag, he loves the backpack straps.

  7. Sonny N.

    Perfect for my Cordoba Mini II

    The case is sturdy and fits my Cordoba Mini II perfectly. I’m sure it will last many of my trips for years to come

    One person found this helpful

  8. Dakota Stout

    Does it’s job

    I made this mistake in sizing but it works well for the correct size guitar, not super sturdy but fair for the price.

  9. Chrystal

    Suits Our Needs

    Bought for my son’a guitar. Sturdy enough for what we need it for – back and forth to lessons. Decent padding.

  10. A PutmanA Putman

    Great buy! Does the job nicely!

    This Donner Gig Bag is a great buy. It has nice padding to protect your acoustic. It fit my Yamaha acoustic beautifully. It also has the features you would hope to see. It has extra protection where the strings can scratch and poke holes in the lining. It has backpack straps for easy carry. It has a hook to hang the gig bag. A tie up strap to keep the neck in its place. The materials seem very durable and water resistant. For what you pay, you would be hard pressed to find a better gig bag at this price point. I’m very impressed! Nice job Donner!!

    11 people found this helpful

  11. FL Mom

    Good for why it was bought

    My 8 year old was having difficulty carrying his guitar to lessons. This has proven to be perfect as it acts as a backpack and he doesn’t hit everything as he goes with his guitar. That said, there is little padding in the case, so if your guitar is going to go as luggage or be packed, this probably isn’t the right bag.

  12. Bill Zankich

    Heavy nylon construction, well padded and has nice amount of extra storage.

    Just purchased this bag for my granddaughter to bring her jr size guitar back and forth to school. The nylon is a heavy weave and the padding seems very adequate. Nice storage compartments too. How well it lasts is still to be seen, but so far so good. This bag looks like a much better value compared to others in this price range. I would recommend it.

  13. George A.

    Excellent replacement

    Had a very old case this case replacement is alot better and nicer

  14. Cullen Graham

    Only if around $25

    Any more than that is questionable to me. These should be seen as a MINIMAL protection device, which is ONLY good against lighht scratches and such. The padding is thin and flimsy, and it is just passable for shipping maybe, inside a carboard box. But I would NEVER gig with it !

    One person found this helpful

  15. D. Gorman

    Great for backpacking

    Nice cheap gig bag. Strapped it onto my backpack when I hiked into the smokies and carried my Baby Taylor into camp. Everyone agreed it was a game changer to be able to pass it around – it got dark at 6pm and really kept us busy around the fire. Held up well and inexpensive so I’m not too worried about it’s durability

    One person found this helpful

  16. Ken

    Perfect size for an Octave Mandolin!!

    I bought this case hoping it would fit my Octave Mandolin. Cases for an OM are hard to find. This fit my OM like a glove! I cut a pool noodle to fit inside which made the soft case more substantial and form fitting. A great buy!!

  17. Ja

    Good Guitar Case

    It’s a soft case, so you still need to be careful with your guitar. Fits my child’s guitar perfectly. Has two pockets for his guitar books and picks. Like that he can carry it as a backpack, freeing up his hands. Material and quality is good. Have had this for several months now and it still is holding up well.

  18. k7889

    Good case

    The guitar case is still intact thankfully. I have had bad experiences with guitar cases falling apart. It protects my guitar very well since I have to bring it many places.

  19. Leo

    Great value for the money.

    Great value for the money. I have been looking for a bag for my acoustic epiphone. This guitar bag does the job and then some. I would recommend.

  20. Amazon Customer

    ‘Back’ to basics

    This gig bag is a gift for my son, fits perfectly for his Stella/Harmony guitar. The backpack feature is a great idea. Could you make a similar case for my meditation ‘rig’? It incorporates a zabuton, zafu, and a gomden?

  21. Robert H.

    Great purchase!

    I bought this to travel with my guitar via backpack on my motorcycle. Crazy, I know right! Hey, gas prices! MPGs baby. I have traveled long distances on a motorcycle with my guitar in this case, even on the highway!Pros:The case can pull as snug as you want.My guitar is kept safe and secure.Amazingly, my guitar has NEVER gone out of tune after traveling with the bag.Extra strap to guitar neck.Extra pockets.Strong construction.Quality construction.Waterproof.Everything works flawlessly.Cons:None really. The only thing I can possibly think of is that when I put books inside the front pouch, the guitar will fall forward when trying to stand case up on the floor. But that is to be expected.

    2 people found this helpful

  22. Ivie

    Absolutely wonderful!

    This is a beautiful case with thick, safe padding. I love the strap that keeps the neck in place but it should be noted that the Velcro is only on the ends of each side of the strap, so it can’t be tightened to truly secure the neck at its size. Other than that I loved this case. Unfortunately I measured my guitar wrong so it was the wrong size and I had to return it. But this case is beautiful and I almost considered keeping it even with the guitar floating in extra space because it was that well padded and made me feel like it was truly safe.

    2 people found this helpful

  23. Daniel Corle

    Fits guitar perfectly and is super comfortable to wear/carry

    This is exactly what I need. I walk to my guitar lesson about 20 minutes and it is light and comfortable.

    One person found this helpful

  24. Robert Hodges

    Hard to Beat for the Money

    When you’ve got 10 guitars, you don’t necessarily want to get $100+ gig bags or cases for each of them, but it’s nice to have enough bags to carry them all around. So I decided to try out this Donner bag, at a very affordable $20. I was not disappointed. It is lightly padded, enough to keep the guitar protected for normal carrying, but I wouldn’t test it out by banging the guitar around. The stitching seems nice, with double stitching most everywhere that I could see. It’s got one big zippered pouch that will allow you to hold all the various accoutrements you may need to take with you (like picks, capos, clip-on tuners, etc) and sheet music and such. The zippers (where you can distinguish between worth it or not in this price range) feel like decent quality. I have no fear having my guitar zipped up in this bag. The back-pack straps are padded and feel comfortable and their placement has the guitar nicely balanced on my back; I could walk around all day with it on and not feel off balance or overloaded. Over all, this is a really nice bag for $20. I’ve gotten name brand gig bags that cost more and didn’t have near this level of padding or feel this protected. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another one.

    18 people found this helpful

  25. Bittle78

    Got more than my moneys worth.

    Liked this guitar case because it’s durable, cleans with damp rag & fits guitar well. It keeps guitar dust free. Note it is NOT a hard case so please do not expect it to protect against drops or putting weight on it etc…

    2 people found this helpful

  26. CesarCesar

    Great bag, value and features. Great choice for smaller guitars.

    We recently got my daughter a new guitar and signed her up for lessons. Her Yamaha FG-Junior (JR1) came in a very basic case. I went into Guitar Center to get her a sturdier bag. They had minimal choices and very little padding. After some research I found this bag. It had really good ratings and for the price I decided to give it a shot. Best choice I’ve made, the bag is well padded, has a strap to keep the neck in place, has a aller accessory pocket for picks, turner, extra strings. The bag also had the larger pocket which is great to carry her book and sheet music. Has a great rubber padding at the bottom for extra support and a great loop for hanging the bag up.I would completely recommend the Donner bag to anyone. It’s a great value and has really good features.Oh…most importantly, it has the shoulder straps. Dad doesn’t have to carry anything.

    12 people found this helpful

  27. No.7No.7

    Logo doesn’t match photos…

    Instead of the nice Donner logo w the music note…I got this hideous font. Another thing, this bag was folded into a small box which made folds in the foam cushion and makes the bag look all warped. It doesn’t naturally stay in its shape. I’ve never received a gig bag like this, it’s usually in a big box so that the foam cushion isn’t compromised. I knocked 2 stars off for the above reasons.

    One person found this helpful

  28. dj

    A Decent Cheap Case.

    Let’s start with the obvious: If I could afford a hard case, I’d have bought one. That said, this is a decent, cheap bag. It’s not very sturdy. A quarter inch of foam (technically .3″) isn’t much. I’m careful when transporting my guitar because there really isn’t much protection.Overall, the bag is sturdy, made of good, heavy material. The zippers, though, don’t seem so sturdy. The zipper on the pouch was actually broken when it arrived, but I was able to fix it and it’s held up so far. The handle is adequate to the expected weight (an acoustic guitar). I don’t use the straps, so I can’t speak to them.So, as I said, it’s a cheap case, but for a cheap case it’s pretty good, and the price is right.

  29. JDE

    good quality bag to protect your guitar

    My guitar bag arrived two days ahead of the scheduled arrival date, which was a nice bonus. It is a sturdy and high-quality home for a guitar. It has several deep pockets and a good quality zipper; it also has a satisfying amount of padding and a rubber bumper on the bottom to absorb any shock from hitting the floor. I tested it with my Taylor 12-string, Ibanez dreadnought, and a full size and 3/4 size classical guitar. Although the body of the 12-string fits, the neck and head are too long for the bag, which is no surprise since it is not advertised as a 12-string case. A jumbo acoustic might also not fit. My dreadnought fit snugly in it and felt well protected, as did the full-size classical, and even the 3/4 size laid in it reasonably. I also tested a deep-body electric (Epiphone Les Paul), which is smaller than the bag and rattles around a bit in it, but the bag would do in a pinch. For its stated use, though, it is one of the best and most-reasonably priced guitar bags I have seen, and I would trust my beloved Ibanez in it with confidence.

    3 people found this helpful

  30. T. Pratap

    Lasted 4 weeks – Update

    First review: My 7 yo used this bag to carry his beginner guitar – basically from the car in to his teacher’s studio…..after 6 weeks, the straps tore from the seam and it is useless now :(Update: Contacted customer service by email –> they sent a brand new bag within a week – this seems to have reinforced attachments for the straps, otherwise unchanged. Great bag – hoping this one lasts longer – will update if there is a problem.

    2 people found this helpful

  31. Cecy L Longaker

    Fits my big hollowbody

    I have an old Gretsch Deluxe Chet Atkins hollobody electric which is the size of a White Falcon— 17” bout. It’s been hard to find a case that’ll fit it, since the zipper broke on the one I had. This one is great, although a bit tight, but the guitar is HUGE. So, I am very happy with it. I love all the extra pockets— I can carry a small array of cords and pedals when needed. The largest pocket is perfect for music books. I also use it for a small collapsible stand. Straps and handles are rugged. Passing keeps my old Chet secure and well protected from getting dinged while traveling. But, I wouldn’t recommend any soft case for checked baggage. Carry-on only. Great case for the price.

  32. Doug K

    Tough enough for my stuff!

    This gig bag is a perfect fit for my Gretsch Gin Rickey and I would guess most parlor size instruments. A good amount of padding will keep her safe in the cruel world. It’s pretty well built and the quality compares to other gig bags of this type. There are large storage pockets on board to stash a strap, tuner, capo or whatever you need to go out and about with. Carry straps and handles are strong and should hold up well considering the Gretsch isn’t a heavy guitar in the first place. If I were traveling by air I would want a hard shell case but for carrying or transport in a vehicle I wouldn’t worry.For the money I think it is a prefect new home for my Gin Rickey.

    One person found this helpful

  33. maria j infante

    good bag for traveling guitar

    I like that it’s a light bag, it has a good amount of fluffy protection for the guitar, the pockets in the front came very handy on the trip.I found that the short handles to carry it on it’s side were more reliable than the backpack straps just because the zipper had issues at times if carried with the back straps, that is the only reason I gave it a 4 star instead of a 5 star. Besides that is a great bag for my small safari Luna travel guitar.

  34. CaseySays


    This is my second Donner bag, they both feel well made. Keep in mind these are inexpensive bags, so don’t expect to drop it off a bridge and have your guitar survive… But they do have some padding, and they don’t feel cheap to me. I picked this one up for my early 60s Silvertone 604 parlor guitar, it fits perfectly in this case!

  35. benchpress405lbs


    Great padding to protect my daughter 3/4 Fender guitar. The case it came with was literally just a dust cover, this is great. Only change I would make is for a pocket to be large enough to hold her book to take to lessons.

  36. Tommie J BarkleyTommie J Barkley

    Told my friends to get one.

    Great gig bag for transporting to and from class and quick jam sessions. Better padding and protection than some manufacturers provide. I also like the two strap backpack rather than the one strap sling. Perfect for both the dreadnought and not too big for the grand concert. I was concerned that the larger headstock on the Washburn would fit; it’s tight but works. The large pocket on the front will accommodate my 3 ring music notebook (my other cases do not) but doesn’t completely close ( I can live with that). The case zipper does not allow for a “full” opening but opens enough to insert the guitar from the side. Only miss to items from my most costly case: 1 – the small hang handle above the back straps and a neck rest.

    9 people found this helpful


    Great sound

    Great price great sound be and looks great

  38. MTG

    Works well for Cordoba Mini II Bass – good value

    Solid, inexpensive small gig bag. Only reason for docking a star was that I’d really like to be able to hide backpack straps if they are not being used…not end of the world but would gladly have paid $5 more for that option. None of the others in this range had it either, and I’ve bought Donner music items before so went with them.

  39. Amazon Customer

    Good for the price

    Okay product

    One person found this helpful

  40. briana

    Nice, snug fit

    My daugter has an acoustic guitar and this fits nice and snug. Not a lot of room to flop around.It also has a velcro strap to put around the neck of the guitar for additional support.The only con is I wish it had another 1/2 inch of padding inside of it.It’ll be great for carrying to and from, but you ‘ll still want to be careful with it.

  41. Johnny Felix


    I like this bag. Protect my 3/4 guitar really well.

  42. RS

    Hubby loves it.

    We thought a hard case would be better,but the soft case worked well. Plus it came with a strap and picks.

  43. MIKET

    Will fit multiple instruments securely and adequately

    I recommend using this case with tool box liner, cut to fit, to fit multiple instruments.

  44. Amazon Customer

    padded and great for a bigginer

    Grand daughter just loves it .

    One person found this helpful

  45. Wireguy

    $38 and your bitching?

    Just a heads up. This bag measures 39″ long.Take care of your loved ones

    One person found this helpful

  46. rigger7906

    Decent bag but check your instrument size carefully

    I bought this for an epiphone hummingbird pro, and judged just on its merits as a budget gig bag, it’s pretty good. Keeping in mind it’s price, the material seems pretty tough, the padding is fine, the exterior pockets are decent sizes, and it includes a band near the headstock to loop around the neck if you want that.The one part that seemed a bit weak to me was the carrying handle on the side. It feels like it might not last long, but that’s just the impression I got, it could very well last for years, I haven’t had it long enough to really see what kind of mileage it can sustain.My biggest issue is that while it is deep and wide enough to fit the guitar I bought it for, despite checking the size of the bag vs size of the guitar, the hummingbird pro barely fits. I basically have to put the body in and then stretch the top of the bag over the headstock. This won’t happen if you have a slightly shorter guitar, for example if your guitar is .25 to .5 inches shorter in length than a hummingbird pro, you’ll have no problems. I’m not complaining about it or telling you not to buy, since there is a lot of variation between all the different models on the market, just be sure to measure the length of your instrument, compare it to the specs for an epiphone hummingbird pro. If your guitar is shorter than the hummingbird, you’ll be fine; if it’s longer you’ll have trouble fitting it in this bag; and if it’s identical to (or actually is) a hummingbird pro, it really only barely fits in this bag. I’m not planning to return it, since I already have it, it does (barely) fit the guitar, and it may stretch a bit over time, since it’s a soft sided gig bag.If your guitar fits and you’re not lugging it over long distances constantly, you’ll probably like this bag pretty well for the price.

    5 people found this helpful

  47. Geetar DonGeetar Don

    Good Carrying Protection and Seems to Weigh Just Ounces

    Guitars are delicate things. And bulky. But carry them with us we must.The old-time answer — and for some situations still a good one — is the hard case. But the bulk is always there. And with the added weight of such a case the total carrying weight can become an issue. Plus, such a case requires the full-time use of one hand, and sometimes both.All of this makes such a case not practical for a country hiker. And in some circumstances even less so for the urban dweller.Donner’s 41 inch Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag can be a perfect alternative for just such situations and needs.Light as a proverbial feather (It almost feels as if the guitar in the case weighs no more than the guitar itself. Not of course technically the case, but that is the feeling). Yet the case is remarkably protective.No, not to throw in with other gear or to go in the hold of an airplane. But for carrying, yes, Or for such things as riding the bus.The strap system mimics that of a a good camping/hiking pack. Adjustable for the wearer, and being so light, it almost disappears, weight-wise at least. But the wearer does need to be aware of its size. Even, at least for a tall person, going though average height doors. (I need to duck a bit just to be sure.)The padding protects the guitar — and the fit for such as a standard Dreadnought-size guitar is perfect.For a slightly smaller guitar the velcro neck adjustable strap that holds the guitar’s neck in place makes for added security — helping to hold the instrument in place within the case.There is a good, solid, exterior base “bumper” for standing the guitar up when in the case, and plenty of pockets. (Three!) -The largest big enough to hold standard size music and song books. Cool!I see the Donner Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag getting lots of use. More, even, than the hard case that I use to store the guitar and for commercial flight carry and so forth.Totally a winner! And highly recommended.

    19 people found this helpful

  48. Robert Wiley

    It’s a good case for the price guitar shops charge higher prices

    The guitar case is a fairly strong case I put my electric semi hollow body guitar in it .

    One person found this helpful

  49. Katrina PKatrina P

    Donner Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag is a great value

    I was really excited when I saw that Donner had new gear, and this was one, because I was actively looking for a case/bag for my 41″ tall Epiphone Masterbuilt Dreadnought.This bag is unfortunately not quite tall enough at the head for that one particular guitar.It does seem very sturdy with a good amount of padding to protect.Local stores in my area have bags that are more than twice the cost and are made of cheap nylon and basically no padding. Compared to those options this bag is very nice. Compared to no protection this bag is incredible.The fabric on the outside is sturdy. The zipper and pulls feel solid. I definitely recommend this bag.The only concern to be cautious about, in regards to this bag, is the overall height of your guitar. If it is 41 inches, it will be a tight fit, especially at the headstock. If it’s closer to 40″ like my Takamine, it will be great.They aren’t kidding when they say that your guitar won’t be loose inside of it. It’s a very reassuring feeling to have a bag that is just the right size without a lot of extra wiggle room.Good job Donner!Also, my wife and I share an amazon account, but I exist elsewhere online if you want to come find me under the name below.-drewcp

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  50. Kenneth Harris

    Quality product.

    I bought two of these “Donner 36 Inch Acoustic Guitar Bag” and they are great at protecting some old guitars I own. The case is fitted and allows me to maintain humidity for the guitars when being stored in the case. Plenty of pocket space, good zippers and ripstop material!

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  51. Colby and Mom

    Sharp High Quality Appearance!

    Great value for the money and it looks really sharp with the contrasting outline! It is exactly as represented the only reason I did not give it five stars is that I have not had the opportunity to use it and see if it holds up but I will update my review later. I ordered four different cases and this was one of the two of the highest quality!

  52. Robert Zamora

    A bit too floppy

    I had to return this item, as it provided very little protection for my tenor guitar. I mean, I know it’s a gig bag, but it might as well be a Hefty trash bag. Cheap, but not much else.

  53. Levi K.

    Donner makes good stuff

    I bought this to take on the plane as a personal item. The padding is nice it’s easy to carry. I wasn’t sure what size case for my electric guitar that I built, its a one off. It fit good so did my others and I had room for some shirts and guitar stuff. Worth the money

  54. Abe

    Worth the price

    The soft…ish case arrived folded in thirds. The creases after a few days are still somewhat evident.But it is not bad at all for the price. The more expensive bags by Taylor and Cordoba are thicker, sturdier, and are double the price (or more) l wouldn’t use this for travel, if I thought it would end up on the bottom of a pile. Otherwise, thumb’s up

  55. LL21

    Good quality!

    We purchased this cover for our daughters 1/2 size guitar. I feel that this will help protect if from getting scratched and dinged up sooner rather than later. I felt it was a good value for the money, and seems like it is pretty durable. That being said, a 1/2 size guitar is a touch too small for this case, but it does have a Velcro strap inside to keep it in place. For that feature alone, I feel like this is a great product!

  56. BirdinBaltimore

    Very well made guitar bag.

    I bought this for my Cordoba Requinto 580 guitar and have been using it for several months. It is sturdy, has good cushioning and the zipper entrance is easy to manage every day. I am a little hard on my things so getting a bag that would protect my guitar was important to me. I made a good choice.

  57. PC

    Great guitar case, high quality

    I liked everything about it!!

  58. Rod Wagner

    We’ll padded, good construction

    Well constructed, good materials, good value for the price. Very good padding offers protection for instrument. Lightweight enough for traveling.

  59. Daina3894Daina3894

    Great value!

    This is a really great case for the price. It’s well made using quality material. The shoulder straps are sturdy and well padded. Has 3 assorted size pockets for all your stuff. I didn’t give it 5 stars as the largest pocket is still not large enough to holda standard size music book and it would have been nice to have the hand grips on both sides of the case for ease of carrying. Still a great value.

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  60. GeezerCavemanGeezerCaveman

    Not bad for the money

    Best I can tell, the positive reviews for this bag are classic examples of Amazon’s failed review process. Assume any 5 star review for this junk bag was bought and paid for. At best, it would be a 3 star product.I bought this case for a Composite Acoustics OX acoustic guitar. Initially, there was a slight amount of padding in the case, but not enough to protect a guitar being dropped even from a few inches. The longer I owned this case, the less support it provided, though. The padding just seems to be compacting into nothing. The zippers are fine. The extra storage is decent, but prone to toss the contents when the bag collapses in a soggy heap. This bag is pretty much a sack in which to carry a guitar, in no way protection.I’ve had the bag for some time now and the more I own it, the less I like it. It is mediocre protection, at best. The limp rag quality of the case “structure” lends to dumping the guitar when I am trying to unpack it, creates unnecessary and precarious hassle when I am packing up after a gig, and has caused me to lose various items when the bag collapses in its usual heap spilling the contents of the storage pockets. Initially, I was slightly negative about this bag, but after extended use I think it is barely more than a towel wrapped around my precious guitar. I ended up giving it away and buying a decent gig bag; which cost about 3x as much.

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