Regardless of how long you have been playing the guitar or the type of guitar you have, a case is a necessary part of keeping it protected when you are travelling. This could mean travelling a short distance or much further afield, but a high quality guitar case is the only way to ensure your guitar remains protected at all times. 
Things To Consider When You’re Buying a Guitar Case 
With so many guitar cases out there, knowing which one to choose can be difficult. Luckily, we have listed five of the key things to consider. 
Size - One of the main things to think about when you are buying a guitar case is size. After all, you need a case that will match the size of your guitar in order to keep it safe, secure and protected. There are a range of standard guitar case sizes available, and you should choose one that will house your guitar snugly without being too small. 
Fit - You should also think about how tightly the guitar fits inside the case, as a case that is not snug enough is unlikely to stop the guitar from moving around during transport. If your guitar moves around too much it could become damaged, so look for a guitar case that will keep it tight and secure. 
Material - There are a lot of guitar cases out there and they are made from a variety of materials, which can impact the weight and strength of a case. It’s a good idea to find a balance between the two; a lightweight case is easier to transport from A to B, but a case must be strong enough to avoid the guitar becoming damaged. At Scott Dixon, guitar cases are both lightweight and strong. 
Locks - When you are choosing a guitar case, take the time to try out the locks and hinges. It’s important that a guitar case remains closed and locked when you need it to, especially if you are travelling. You don’t want to be carrying the case, only to find it opens on its own and your guitar falls out. 
Inside - A lot of people focus their attention on the outside of the guitar case and though this is important, the inside shouldn’t be forgotten about. You should choose a guitar case that offers adequate protection on the inside, without damaging the finish on the guitar. Tweed, suede and fur linings are all popular options. 
As you can see, there are a number of things to think about when you are choosing the perfect guitar case. It’s not simply a case of picking the first guitar case you come to, as this could see you with a subpar and unsuitable option. Instead, take the time to research your guitar case options and find what works best for you. 
At Scott Dixon, you can choose any of our lightweight guitar cases knowing that a high quality and suitable product is guaranteed. Find out more by getting in touch with our knowledgeable team. 
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