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Hard shell case for fender modern player jaguar?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jeffkew, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. jeffkew

    jeffkew Bass Curious Supporting Member

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    It is 34" scale with basically a jazz neck, but the body doesn't fit in any molded p/j type cases. Ideas on a case that might fit?
  2. Immigrant

    Immigrant Supporting Member

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    It depends on how much you want to spend, but the case you want (molded or wood) needs to NOT be contoured to fit a J or P. In other words, open where the body lies. Sounds like a casket description.

    Fender makes a wooden case, tweed or black, with the Fender logo on the lid. I think they call it "deluxe". I had one for my now-gone Reverse Jag. They go for about $129 and are super nice cases. I have a G&G case and the Fender looks just like it.

    Molded, look for the Gator model GC-B(?) or something similar. I've had quite a few and still have one for my P bass. It has an open body cavity (eew) and can fit nearly any 34" or 35" bass. They run $99 at Sweetwater last I checked.
  3. rockscott

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    I had a gator for my MPJ. I think i paid $95.00 for it. Its a decent case for the money. I now have my MPJ in the same case and it fits well.
  4. jeffkew

    jeffkew Bass Curious Supporting Member

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    Thanks! The Gator GC-Bass does look like it could work.
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