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Guitar Satchel

Guitar Satchel - DEMO/SAMPLE (only a few left in stock)

Guitar Satchel - DEMO/SAMPLE (only a few left in stock)

Regular price $350.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $350.00 USD
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We have a limited quantity of demo cases that we are going to sell at a significant discount. We have a few of each size and color. These are essentially new cases that have been used as demos or used in photo and video shoots. Many of them have been taken on location but all of them are like new. Many of them are back in their original packaging and you would never know the difference. 

Guitar Satchel - In stock, shipping daily! - Guitar Satchel - An Heirloom Quality, #EDC - Daily Use Worthy, Soft Sided Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag. Shipping Included (Additional charges apply to Alaska, Hawaii and international orders) 

The dreadnought style will fit standard size acoustic guitars including OM and and small jumbo sizes. The Parlor size case is designed for small body, travel, classical, and other smaller guitars. Ask us if you aren't sure what size to get. 

A limited edition, heritage designed, soft sided guitar case created to carry your favorite guitars on your favorite adventures and to meet the level of craftsmanship of your instruments. The Guitar Satchel is built to last a lifetime and is the case you will want to pass your beloved guitars down to future generations. The first batch of cases is limited to 300 and will be individually numbered. Each case comes with an unconditional repair or replace guarantee. 

The Guitar Satchel is made using the best materials and quality craftsmanship of a 120 year old manufacturer based in Iowa. It is made with a heavy dry waxed cotton duck material that is naturally water repellent and durable. It has a quilted cotton felt interior and feature high quality leather and brass zippers. (This manufacturer originally supplied the zippers to the US Army during World War I)  

This backpack style soft case is designed to be carried in the backseat of your FJ40 to the lake for the weekend, or down the aisle (with carefully placed grab handles) of your Pilatus as you head to your cross-country board meeting. It is at home riding shotgun in your adventure van as you boondock in the San Rafael Swell, or stowed in the forward cabin as you sail around the tip of Baja as you make your way around Cabo San Lucas and up the Sea of Cortez towards San Felipe. It is also well suited to carry your personal favorite guitar that gets to ride safely in the 12th bunk of your Prevost unlike the rest of your work tools that have to take their chances in the trailer. 

I have spent a 30 year career wishing and looking for a case like the Guitar Satchel. Most soft cases or gig bags are thought of as an afterthought. Made with cheap materials like black nylon and plastic zippers with thin, uncomfortable straps and handles. I wanted something different, so I designed it. 

The idea came to me when my dad made me the steward of a family shotgun acquired by him from the proprietor local sporting goods store somewhere around 1968-69. My dad traded a horse for what we have always called a Charles Daley over and under double barrel 12 gauge shotgun. (We now know it is an early prototype sample made by Miroku of Japan) The gun was protected by a tan, quilted canvas case with leather trim, brass zippers and quilted pool table felt on the inside. I have always thought of the case as a family heirloom.


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Brent Libhart
Perfect Fit for My Resos

I ordered a Guitar Satchel as a replacement for one of my older gig bags. Jason pointed me in the right direction for the size I needed to fit my different resonator guitars. The parlor size was a perfect fit and it looks sharp. It really fills a gap that I didn’t realize I had for transporting /protecting my guitars. Obviously it’s not as sturdy as my fiberglass or hard shell cases and it’s much thinner than my other “softshell” case/heavy gig bag while still providing great padding and protection. It suits the majority of my traveling needs and is so much easier to deal with.