MONO M80 OM/Classical Hybrid Gigbag - Jet Black

Top-loading Case for OM/Classical Acoustic Guitars with Headlock Neck Suspension System, Molded Rubber Outsole, EVA Insole, Storage Compartments, and Carry Straps - Jet Black
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Road-ready Hybrid Case for Your Acoustic

This MONO M80 OM/Classical acoustic guitar case is designed to protect your prized guitar in the lightest, thinnest, strongest design possible. MONO developed an ultra-light laminated foam shell that offers surprising protection in an easy-to-transport package. Smart features, such as the innovative neck brace design, keep your favorite small-body acoustic safe and secure. On the bottom, there's an EVA insole and a molded rubber outsole (The Boot). Check out the evolution of the guitar case: the MONO M80 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Case.

MONO M80 OM/Classical Acoustic Guitar Case Features:
  • Ultra-light and rugged guitar case for OM/classical and similar sized acoustics
  • EVA insole and a molded rubber outsole (The Boot) takes guitar protection to a new level
  • Headlock neck suspension system means no strapping, buckling, or belting required
  • Specialized storage compartments put your gear right where you need it
  • Water-resistant Sharkskin outer shell
Check out the evolution of the guitar case: the MONO M80 OM/Classical Acoustic Guitar Case!

Tech Specs

Intended Guitar Type OM/Classical
Int Overall Length 40''
Int Body Length 21''
Int Body Depth 4.5''
Int Lower Bout Width 15''
Int Upper Bout Width 13''
Internal Materials Plush Lining
External Materials Water-resistant Mono sharkskin outer
Padding Lower foam bumpers
Handles/Straps 1 x Handle, 2 x Strap
Pockets 2 x Exterior, 1 x Interior
Weight 6.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M80-AC-BLK

Customer Reviews

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The Best Gig Bag Period!

I can't sing enough praises about Mono M80 gig bags. I own 2 of them and highly recommend them. They are well made, durable, and convenient for someone gigging regularly and traveling with cables, laptop/ipad, and accessories. Working with Jim at Sweetwater made it that much better of a purchase One tough bag!

Excellent Soft Case

I haven't quite gotten over the mild culture shock of these types of bags, which are called gig bags, but are really soft case, with price to match, and with the bulkiness that goes with cases. You're not gonna stuff this thing In a closet to get it out of the way like you might do with a traditional gig bag. That said, this is a top-of-the-line guitar bag. Many others have written on the virtues of these Mono bags so I won't repeat them here; just to echo that this is an excellent, well thought out bag, with lots of nice features. The neck support is outstanding. I would probably have opted for the Gator bag, which is an very good bag and is substantially less money, but I was concerned because the body of my wife's new Calido Soloist is an honest 4 inches thick, plus a bit more for the armrest on the front corner of the upper rear bout. The Mono bag said the interior thickness was 4 inches, and the guitar fits fine. I wouldn't say I'm "WOW! Blown Away" as the tagline that goes with five stars says, but it deserves the five stars because it is an excellent piece of gear.
Music background: Long Time Weekend Warrior Country and Western Swing Guitarist

MONO M80 OM/Classical Gigbag

Sweetwater had best price, and also offered fast shipping, which I needed for a gift. But I had questions about the gig bag before buying; I had measurements of my OM guitar, and wanted to confirm my would fit correctly. I phoned, and was connected to a knowledgable human being! who took time! and answered all my questions! and took my order right then in person! So my experience was that Sweetwater was: Perfect! -- Ellis Ralph

excellent quality and ease of use, light

Have owned many pro-level bags (RB models included) and I believe the MONO bag is the best all around. I own the dread and the OM version of the M80... Just the right compromise of protection and portability. Build quality is excellent and it hangs, for me, naturally at just the right height/position on the back. Trust Sweetwater for fair pricing, quick shipping, ease of returns, and accurate product info.

Making a case for a gigbag

I bought this bag to carry an OM size guitar that I built. It is spot on current Martin dimensions in every aspect except my headstock shape is 3/8" longer than Martins so I figured a bag called OM/Classical would be a perfect fit. It almost is. It is a little snug depth wise which surprised me. Not too snug to use but just a little tighter than I would like. If the case were 3/8" deeper it would be perfect. Also, my aforementioned headstock size causes it also to be tight end to end just a little more so than I would like. It would probably be a tad loose fitting on most Classicals which makes sense. The average classical and the average OM are not as close to the same size as most people seem to think. I suspect the fit will improve over time as the case and guitar get used to each other. So let's talk exterior construction. Overall it is quite sturdy and the materials are strong but not too stiff. There is a generous non-slip plastic/rubber bumper at the end that will help protect the bag and the guitar and also helps when leaning it against a wall or chair. The zippers seem strong and the pulls are sturdy. Time will tell on the longevity of the zippers and the case materials. This bag will be used a lot at gigs and festivals and local events so if the material is going to wear or tear or the zipper or zipper pulls are going to fail it's going to happen over the next year or so. The pockets are really good. The very large main pocket has an internal sleeve with a zipper just the right size for a couple of sets of strings and the rest of the pocket is very generous for tuners, capos, pick bags etc. Music and not-too-thick lesson books can easily fit (more for a classical because the OM being squeezed into the case also squeezes the pocket.) The other pocket at the peghead end is also roomy for a smaller pocket. It is also big enough for string sets and tuners stringing tools etc. and it has several small organizer pockets inside. I would probably keep a strap there but the guitar-with-strap-still-on fits in the case. On the back side there is a slit pocket across the body end that would be excellent for music or a rain parka or anything else you could cram in. It arrived with the shoulder straps neatly tucked in there and that is a good place for them when not in use so that is what I use it for. The handle is sturdy and well placed for balance. The shoulder straps are excellent. I usually only use one and leave the other tucked in the pocket because I rarely have to carry the guitar very far and it is really easy to sling it over one shoulder. I have used both straps for backpack carry at a music festival where I carried it a lot. It was very comfortable and it left my hands free for important hand stuff. The inside has an interesting neck support they call Headlock which is a firm foam block with a six or seven inch wide velcro-close strap to hold the guitar still. In the case of my OM which is pretty snug in there already, and can't move much end to end it still keeps the neck in the center of the protection and doesn't let it move side to side or front to back where it could be vulnerable in a fall or drop situation. The rest of the interior is pretty typical medium density and soft foam padding covered in fleece. Not much to say there but it will definitely protect against minor dings and that's about all the protection you can ask for in a gig bag. I rated this bag a 4 only because I want to use it hard for a while and see how it holds up. I probably would have rated it a 4.5 on it's face and if it were slightly larger to make it an actual OM bag I might say 5. I suppose that would be my advice to the folks at MONO. I get that Dreads are the most common size by far but OM is probably the next most common among steel string players and becoming more popular all the time (They are excellent guitars for almost all styles of music). I suggest they break this out and sell an OM bag and a classical bag. I know it costs money to develop and to make different bags but hey, I can dream can't I?
Music background: Old time guitarist/singer/songwriter/guitar builder with a day job
See also: Acoustic Gig Bags, MONO, MONO Acoustic Guitar Gig Bags