Crossrock CRF1000DBK Fiberglass Acoustic Guitar Case Hardshell- Backpack Style for 40"/41" Dreadnought in Black
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- 100% purity fiberglass arch-top exterior. Can hold 400lb pressure.
- 6 latches and thick rubber strip seal ensures the super security and waterproofness of the case.
- Thick padded (0.8" at least) inside with velvet lining. An addidtional bottom pad for inside customizing.
- Large accessory compartment (0.55"x0.35") with lid. Integrated hygrometer and Crossrock Leather comfortable handle.
- Deluxe detachable backpack straps. (Can load 170lb pull)
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|Item Dimensions||44.9 x 19.7 x 11.8 in||7.25 x 11.4 x 45 in||44 x 18.5 x 7 in||46.26 x 7.5 x 19 in||47.7 x 19.3 x 9 in||44 x 18.5 x 7 in|
Acoustic guitar case dreadnought:
Overall Length 110cm (43.3in);
Body Length 52cm (20.5in);
Upper Bout 30cm (11.8in);
Waist 29cm (11.4in);
Lower Bout 41cm (16.1in);
Body Depth (Arch top) 13.5cm (5.3in)-17.5cm (6.9in);
Neck Width 4.5cm-7cm (1.8in-2.8in);
Package Contents :
Crossrock fiberglass dreadnought guitar hard-shell case x1;
Detachable bottom cushion
Item Weight 4.7kg (10.4lb)
Designed for both 41" and 40" dreadnought guitar.
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The Crossrock shell is thicker and less flexible than the case I used successfully for such a long time. I feel that it will last equally well in daily use. The interior is far plusher than that of the case it replaces and is very aesthetically pleasing. The latches and hinges are on par with the old case and these have never failed. The handle seems much stronger. The cover closes tight and without any issues. One reviewer mentioned that the hygrometer interferes with the guitar’s headstock and this I also found to be true. Another quarter inch of inset would remedy this. As it is, I place a cloth over the head and the case still closes okay. I guess I could remove it, but so far, so good.
I will update as this case sees more service, but I truly and firmly believe this case is ideal for car transport, ATTENDED public transport, but I would not check it with the airlines. I have a Reuer case of 1970’s vintage for that.
The Crossrock is a tight fit for my Hill Munich ’37 and a very nice fit for two of the three Eric Marczak guitars I own. I don’t think a Ramirez will fit. So my only caveat is that if your guitar runs to the larger size, check one somehow before purchasing. I recommend this case highly.
I wouldn't fly with this as checked baggage, but it is perfect in every other way.
The case itself is incredible. I recently purchased a Yulong Guo double top concert guitar and it came with essentially a glossy ivory/cream color CRF1000 knock-off under the name "Singing Dragon". Great case, ever so slightly larger which I figured out from trying to put the CR case bag around it without success, but still a bomb proof alternative that seems to only come with Yulong Guo guitars. I have 2 classicals that I play often, one being a much less expensive but still valuable to me Cordoba C7 that I wanted another case for. The Crossrock is far superior in build quality, used more latches, slightly different in style, and is a much more professional looking case with the brown leather. The integrated hygrometer is beautiful and works well cross checked with my digital Oasis hygrometer/thermometer/humidifier unit. It doesn't interfere at all with the headstock of either guitar as someone else claimed in their review but they may have some anomaly guitar design. The neck pocket is significantly smaller than most other cases I've had, including the singing dragon, but I think it's due to a much heaftier padding in the neck support as well as the slimmer design of the case itself. With a classical I don't really have a grand need for a massive neck pocket but it's worth mentioning to those who require a stash pocket for accessories. The case comes with a matching velvet pad for filling gaps around the body of a slightly smaller than standard guitar so I imagine a children's guitar would fit or an oddly shaped renaissance/parlor guitar might be adaptable. I personally find it useful to pad around the headstock since it is the only area of the case that the guitar has any room to move. It also comes with a nice little velvet back that contains the included straps but doubles nicely as an accessory bag for whatever you can fit in it. The CRF1000 Classical Case Bag is also an incredibly tailored fit and elegant yet functional. It doesn't look quite as classy as the leather finish of course, but it does a fantastic job protecting it and makes the case much easier to wear as a backpack. The case features little hard rubber feet on the back, bottom, and hinged side but when worn as a backpack the pegs on the bottom are right in your shoulder blades. The case bag pads perfectly well enough to eliminate that discomfort and provides a very small amount of room for some sheet music. Not enough for anything more than maybe a soft cover 50 pages or less, so forget a binder or any big text books for students but perhaps some repertoire or a thin method book.