The most innovative cases around come from Scott Dixon!
These cases are superb, you pack your guitars in one super light flight case, drag it to the gig (yes wheels are included) put it on stage, take the lid of and you are ready to go!
If you bring more than one guitar to a gig, you need to take a look at these cases!
Three in 1
This case allows you to pack three electric guitars into one flight case.
Not only is this much easier to deal with when gigging, it’s cheaper as well!
Should you ever fly with your guitars, you end up only paying for one flight case rather than three.
The picture shows the case with three Les Paul’s, but any normal sized electric fits in this genius solution. Bass models are also available.
Two in 1
The 2 in 1 acoustic guitar case allows you to never loose your back up, wheels on the case makes it easy to bring with you and you never have to bring a stand ever again.
We all cherish our instruments and the thought of a guitar falling over on stage causing neck breakage has most likely crossed most guitar players mind.
The design of these cases is so durable that should the entire thing fall over you will most likely not damage your acoustic, this quickly becomes another huge USP for Scott Dixon cases: Case-stand-protect. Genius!
Dixon cases are made of super strong, military spec’d Aluminum rather than SKBs preferred Polyethylene, the result is a super strong case that should be able to handle years of abuse.
Should you not have three or two instruments of the same size don’t worry.
The combination cases Scott Dixon offer can be custom built to your needs, allowing you to pack for example; one acoustic, one electric and a banjo into one lightweight case that as usual doubles up as a stand.
Out of all products Guru has seen in the last 20 years of seriously addictive music shop search, Scott Dixon cases offer the best solution. No doubt.
Guru met John of ‘Dixon Cases’ at a trade show in Birmingham, the video interview contain John himself demonstrating how lightweight and durable these cases are.
Single Flight Cases
Many are the players who have brought their instrument in a gig bag on tour.
It usually only takes breaking one neck before a flight case is purchased.
Normal flight cases are heavy and huge, should you be after a more compact, yet indestructible design then Scott Dixon has the solution for you with their slimline flight case range.
As you saw in the video, you can put two fully grown men and a guru on top of it, no problem.
Many have tried to build a pedal case that is lightweight, compact and indestructible, many have also failed…
Not Dixon though, the pedal case has an area under the board where you’d place the power supply, and a lift up mechanism that allows the pedals to be angled more towards you.
Again, sheer brilliance in design, durability and strength.