What case will fit this GUITAR?

What case will fit this GUITAR? Topic: Case standards
July 21, 2019 / By Lola
Question: http://www.ibanez.com/AcousticGuitars/model-AEL50SERLV I have came across the standard ibanez acoustic case but can I purchase a different one from some other brand? the ibanez one is too boring..
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Karrie Karrie | 8 days ago
You need either a jumbo or a 000 size case. The most common acoustic guitar is the dreadnought size but a case for that is not right for your guitar. Your best bet is to go to a well stocked music store and see what they have that fits your guitar. If Ibanez makes a case specifically for your guitar you should get it and not worry about boring. If you want to spend a few bucks for a travel-worthy case, get a Calton, BAM, or Accord case.
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Karrie Originally Answered: My Guitar case?
usually guitar cases have clip on straps, just pull an old strap off a salvation army golf bad and put latch it on to the case. Thats what I did as a kid.
Karrie Originally Answered: My Guitar case?
get some of those shoulder belt cushions (for the car seatbelt)that slide on or attach with velcro.

Haven Haven
Any standard acoustic case should work. Browse through these: http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/c... Nice guitar btw!
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Haven Originally Answered: Gig bag or guitar case?
The case is better. But I know what you mean. I'm not a small girl, I'm a big dude, but I'm lazy and I hate having to lug the case around. Um, I never went to classes for it. But I've played shows, and the case ALWAYS came with me. My guitar doesn't go public without some serious protection. Truthfully, though, the gig bag offers protection from scratches and minor dents and dings. But, if it falls over, your guitar is as good as naked. For example, more than once I've seen a guitar fall over and have the headstock snap off. A gig bag won't protect against that. A case will.
Haven Originally Answered: Gig bag or guitar case?
I struggled with a hefty guitar case for years (I'm an average sized girl) and then bought a gig bag when moving home - had 2 guitars to move and only one case. I would now use the gig bag if I was going places where I actually had to carry the guitar and the case if it was going in/out of a car. Really, as long as you are aware of the limitations of padding on gig bag and don't treat it as a weapon, ramming or getting rammed... unless of course your guitar is super expensive, but I'm guessing it isn't!! You could go for padding on the handle I suppose. You have my sympathy though, when I was at school I had to carry the mother of all French horn cases and now they have much lighter ones (and that IS an expensive piece of kit) For a guitar costing a couple of hundred if you are CAREFUL a gig bag should be fine for general transport. If you are a KLUTZ or unaware that people can bang into you, or are putting the guitar on a plane.... go for the hard case.

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