"Fantastic product, not only does it protect my beloved guitars. It also look super snazzy and a fashionable item. Great work Mono creators."
Richard Hillyer - Professional Guitarist & Musician
Recently I found myself on the lookout for a new electric guitar gig bag. My Gruv Gear guitar case was looking a little tired. Plus I had always found this case to be uncomfortable to carry, due to having only one shoulder strap.
I wanted to be able to walk into any gig with my Kemper rack on wheels and my guitar bag on my back. No constant trips back and forwards to the car which is the bane of any musicians life. Introducing the Mono guitar sleeve.
After hearing great feedback from my musician pals who have been using the Mono guitar range for a while. I decided to check out their bag range.
With a quick search online and a few hours spent watching Youtube reviews I settled on the Mono M80 electric guitar sleeve. I think you'll agree the gig bag looks super sleek and most importantly protects my beloved Music Man guitar from accidental damage.
The contenders in this price bracket are pretty slim, my Gruv gear guitar case was £189.99 when I bought it. Stagg, TGI, Gear 4 Music and lots of other music shops have their own offerings here, however I do not look at these as professional standard gig bags that can take the abuse gigging incurs. The mono guitar case retails at £119.99 and I managed to pick up a steal of a price from my friends at PMT in Bristol.
If you are on the lookout for a new guitar case to protect your valuable guitar, then I would highly recommend you check out the Mono M80 electric guitar range. You will not be disappointed, who says a gig bag has to be boring.
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Rich @ MGTB