110.5x45x13.5cm, compatible with 40/41 inch guitars.
You can hang the guitar bag on the wall for decoration with the loop handle.
Durable two-way plastic zipper, dual adjustable shoulder straps + two handles for convenience
Two exterior pouches: one on front body and one on neck; can fit sheet music, documents, music books, accessories (pedals, adapters, cables, tuners, etc.)
For the money this is a very good item. Certainly big enough to take my 42" guitar. I appreciate the pockets as they are extremely useful. The strap appears to be well made and sturdy. I cannot fault this item and would highly recommend it.
Quality, curb appeal with an extra inch.
Gifted a Westfield Guitar to my Grandson and needed a Quality, Durable carrycase worthy of. This case has durability, quality an most of all curb appeal, plus that extra inch needed for ease of use. The case now gets lots of use and still looks the part. Winner.
Great price, good manufacturing.
For the money, very good. We expect everything these days to be to quality manufacturing at a bargain price. Most isn't, but certain things are. This seems to be. Would buy again.
Waterproof oxford cloth exterior, durable two-way metal zippers.
12mm thick sponge padding, larger and thicker-padded than previous yellow-colored model.
Premium guitar bag compatible with 40/41/42-inch guitars, Length: 111cm, Neck width: 14.5cm, Body thickness: 12.5cm.
Two exterior pouches: a large front pocket for sheet music/documents and an extra neck pocket for accessories (pedals, adapters, cables, tuners, etc.)
I stand corrected, not bad at all
Since my last review the company has reached out to me and supplied their premium Guitar Bag CAHAYA Guitar Bag [Premium Version] 41 42 Inch Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag with 0.31 Inch Extra Thick Sponge Padded Guitar Case Soft I have tried this bag and found it is made from materials that is not only high quality but also very robust. The padding is made from a very compact sponge like material giving the guitar good protection without increasing the bulk of the bag, making it easier to transport. The nylon inside lining is very well stitched together making the bag look like a product many times it price., however when restringing your instrument ensure the strings are clipped well at the head end, and do not protrude outwards or you may damage the lining. The bag has shoulder straps which allow you to carry it on your back, I have a vintage Jazz guitar which fits nicely in the bag and protect it from damage there are also pockets at the front for leads and tuners etc. Overall this is a very nice bag that will last a long time. I was in contact with Voros at the company who was very helpful and supportive and took the time to understand my needs and was happy to resolve my issues. My experience with this company was a positive one and I can highly recommend them as a company with products and services that will enhance your shopping experience. This bag is worth every penny you pay for it it looks good, it's lightweight and it's strong, don't worry just go for it.
Great for 12 string acoustic
Perfect for 12 string acoustic. My son needed a case for his vintage 12 string & we scoured around different sites for a suitable case. Took a gamble that this would fit the 12 string and it did, really happy with it. Holds the 12 string snugly, but with good protection. Comfortable to carry, very happy. Excellent seller too, fast delivery. Would highly recommend both the seller & this premium case.
I bought this to fit my old Eko 12 string, and was very pleased with the quality and fit of the bag... For the price, this is one of the best padded guitar cases I have purchased and I had forgotten that the pick holder & picks came with the bag and was a nice surprise... Pockets and straps are also well made.
Thick Sponge: thick sponge can prevent guitar from damage and thick adjustable straps makes it more comfortable to carry.
Material: waterproof oxford fabric last longer time which is economical, practical, convenient and durable than the other materials.
6 Outer Pockets: six pockets on the bag’s exterior provide convenient storage space for sheet music, strings, tuners, picks and other accessories.
Dual-Use Design: you can carry it by hands if take it to a nearby place(handbag) or wear it with shoulders which makes your feel breezily when go hiking(backpack).
Rugged and Protective: the sleek appearance and solid construction will keep the guitar from scratches and dirt, also the anti-broken zipper and rubber shockproof base protect the guitar well.
Interior Width fits 41cm/16 inches
I received this bag a few days ago, and so far, so good. It has adequate padding to allow for the occasional knock and to prevent scratches, and will be fine so long as you're reasonably careful. You wouldn't want this to go anywhere near a cargo hold, or to cater for rough handling though - you'd want a hard case for that. The main thing I wanted to mention is the dimensions, as it seems to be bizarrely common for guitar case sellers to give inadequate dimensions (sometimes the dimensions when packaged up, which is useless, or just the exterior dimensions, neither of which let you know whether your guitar will fit inside). To their partial credit, the product details on this one do show the exterior and interior dimensions, but only for length and depth, with no indication of width. My guitar (Epiphone Pro-1) is quite wide, and I could tell from looking at some other products that it doesn't fit all cases. I took a bit of a punt on this one but fortunately it is just wide enough - quite a tight fit but not too tight. So just to confirm, it'll take a guitar of width 41cm (16") at its widest point (the other dimensions of mine are length 41.25"/105cm, depth 4.25"/10.5cm). I'll also mention that the colour on screen looks a slightly purple-y shade of brown. In real life I'd say it's got less of that purple tinge and looks pretty good. It's more of a dark chocolate / black coffee colour. The "leather" bits I suspect are plastic leather although I'm not sure as they do have a grain effect - they're fairly thin either way, but as they're really just accents and cover for canvas straps I don't it really matters, but I guess they may wear faster than the main canvas of the bag. One or two reviewers have mentioned the plastic smell - it wasn't overwhelming or anything but I did hang it outside for a couple of days to let it breathe in the breeze. Overall I'd say it's fine for an inexpensive bag if you don't need heavy duty protection, and if the dimensions are right for your guitar than I'd recommend it.
Adequate for the money
OK, so this turned up today and I have to say I was slightly disappointed. The built quality is OK, the quality of the main protective case is pretty good and there's reasonable padding. However the quality of the straps and handles is not what I was hoping for. The webbing used is very light and thin and the faux leather is very cheap and nasty. I haven't tried the 'backpack straps' but they are lightweight and not heavily padded, but that should be fine, guitars aren't that heavy. All in all, if I'd paid the advertised RRP it would be going back, but for the £18 I paid, it's OK. *****UPDATE***** I was contacted by the seller offering a refund or replacement (with a higher quality bag). While my opinion of the product itself hasn't really changed, I have added a star for the time and effort they put in to ensure my satisfaction
Material started to fall apart really soon. See pictures
The metal parts of the strap began to deform pretty soon. Okay no worries I replaced them with paracord. But than, the material started to fall apart and I think that will be an unreparable fault. I carried a light folk guitar in it and went out with the bag about 3 times a month. I am really disappointed. At this point, I cannot use the shoulder strap, only the handle. I am really thinking about a refund. UPDATE: customer service contacted me and we worked out a good solution so in the end we are good. Customer service was fast and kind.
When choosing an acoustic guitar case, make sure you pick one with the right size. It is not easy to find the right size if you don’t know the dimensions of your guitar, and buying the wrong one can make it more difficult to return it. An acoustic guitar case is made of hard materials to protect the instrument from damage or force. The material used to create hard cases ranges from wood to fiberglass or dense molded plastic. The top of the case is typically covered with tweed or Tolex, giving the guitar a more attractive appearance and feel.
The material of an acoustic guitar case plays an important role in protecting your instrument. Hard cases tend to be sturdier than soft ones, and they’re usually made of a dense material with rubber pads. While a hard case may look more attractive than a gig bag, it is not as protective as a soft case. A harder case can cause damage to your guitar and should only be used for long-term storage.
The interior padding of an acoustic guitar case will protect the instrument from the inside out, but you don’t want the interior padding to be thin or too bulky. An acoustic guitar case must also protect the instrument’s body from scratches and damage. It’s best to choose one that has a high tensile strength and extra room to avoid the case getting too heavy. You might be surprised by how well an acoustic guitar case can protect your instrument from scratches, bumps, and falls.
An acoustic guitar case should have straps for transport. A backpack strap will keep the guitar secure. If you plan to travel by plane, look for an acoustic guitar case made of hardwood. However, these are usually a bit more expensive and heavier than plastic. And if you need to buy an acoustic-guitar case for air travel, you’ll need a hard-shelled case that is made of sturdy materials.
An acoustic guitar case is essential if you plan on taking it on airplanes. An acoustic guitar case should be secure enough to keep the guitar from breaking while traveling. Having a hard-shelled case will protect the instrument from cracks and other damages. But you should not let this worry you. If you plan on flying, a gig bag is the best choice for you. It will protect your instrument against damage and is ideal for travel.
There are different types of cases. Some hard cases have a master handle, while others do not. Both types have different strengths and weaknesses. The main advantage of a hard-shelled case is that it prevents physical damage from occurring. A hardshelled case is more expensive than a gigbag. A gigbag is lightweight and easy to carry. A gigbag does not have a back, but it is still ideal for occasional use.