Incase Guitar Cases

Incase

I was recently looking for a laptop case and stumbled across a company called Incase, which makes laptop bags, iPhone and iPod cases, and, to my surprise, guitar cases. One of the distinguishing characteristics of Incase is their design; these guitar cases look very nice.

In addition to their “Slim Bag” line of guitar and bass cases, which hold a single guitar or bass, they carry a line of cases they call “Dub Bag” that can carry two guitars or basses. This looks very handy for taking multiple guitars to a gig.

Here’s what Incase says about their guitar cases:

What makes Incase the performance leader?

  • Protection: Each bag contains Incase’s unique layered foam system, constructed from the highest-grade materials to provide shock absorbing protection to keep the most important areas of the guitar safe.
  • Experience: Incase expertly brings together versatility, functionality, and intelligent organization with a minimalist design to deliver an unprecedented portability experience.

Another nice feature of Incase’s guitar cases is a sleeve and pocket for your laptop so you can carry it with your guitar in one case. The cases have the standard case handle on the side of the case, as well as backpack-style straps for more easily carrying your guitar.

I haven’t used Incase products before, but based on what I’ve seen on the Incase Web site, I’m considering their laptop bags now and will consider their guitar cases if and when I need a new one. Let me know if you’ve used any Incase products before. I’d like to hear your experiences with them.

* Photo credit: www.goincase.com

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10 Responses to “Incase Guitar Cases”

Vamsee

There might be a reason for that – if I’m not wrong, Incase is part-owned by John Mayer!

March 1st, 2008 at 02:30
Someone

Not to mention the fact that they’re pimped by John Mayer. The designer (tony held) has a blog at John’s website. I lust for the cases, but not sure I want to spend $300 on it yet (I’m sure its totally worth it).

March 1st, 2008 at 02:57
Josh

I’ve seen that Incase collaborates with John Mayer, but I didn’t think he owned part of it. I like the special edition case they made for him:

http://www.johnmayer.com/blog/tony/200608#90

March 1st, 2008 at 10:29
Josh

Yes, they are quite expensive, but they do look nice!

March 1st, 2008 at 10:30

This incase is very practicle for me. Allow us to carry 2 guitars in a case! Save me some spaces. I like it.

March 1st, 2008 at 10:33

I think that is a great idea and $300 isn’t bad when you consider it is 2 cases in one!

March 1st, 2008 at 20:32
Josh

@Jon – Yep, when you consider you’re not only getting two cases, but two well-design, well-crafted, and easy to handle cases in a single package, the price is a little easier to take.

March 4th, 2008 at 10:09
ghj

just bought one

May 22nd, 2008 at 04:09
Gene

Where can I buy the Dub Case for guitar ,… they only have it for bass

November 13th, 2009 at 21:11
Dickson

Can accoustic guitar fit into this?

February 16th, 2011 at 12:25

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