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Offline Guitar_Cases

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Re: WD10SCE - Why does Washburn not offer a case?
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2012, 08:04:35 PM »
It does appear that Washburn is a bit restrictive in who they would like to sell their cases. That is perhaps part of their marketing plan, and I understand.

I have a website concentrating on guitar cases, and there is only one Washburn Guitar Case that I can refer visitors to, which is the Washburn Gb70 Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag (http://guitarcasesonline.com/washburn-guitar-case/).

It is a good case, and sells for an extremely good price, at under $30.

And as mentioned above, there are some advantages to having a gig bag over a hard case: price, flexibility, ease of carrying.

But in my opinion, a hard case really can't be beat, even if they are bulkier and not as easy to take around with you.

To get a genuine Washburn hard case, you'll have to go to a dealer directly, from what I understand.
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Re: WD10SCE - Why does Washburn not offer a case?
« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2012, 08:26:55 PM »
I just tried to buy a GC110  for my D10TR. could not find one from my usual places. I found one, but it was from a dealer that I no people here have had problems with.so I bought a Musicians Gear case.Believe me I would much rather have the GC110. I would of happily paid the 80.00 or so for it. Tom.   :(