MONO M80 Electric Guitar Hybrid Gig Bag - Black

Top-loading Case for Electric Guitar with Headlock Neck Suspension System, Molded Rubber Outsole, EVA Insole, Storage Compartments, and Carry Straps - Black
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A Fresh Take on the Guitar Case

The MONO M80 electric guitar case is designed to protect your prized instrument 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 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 electric guitar case.

MONO M80 Electric Guitar Case Features at a Glance:
  • Ultra-light and rugged guitar case for electric guitars
  • 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 electric guitar case!

Tech Specs

Intended Guitar Type Solidbody Electric
Int Overall Length 41.5"
Int Body Length 16"
Int Body Depth 3" (Max)
Int Lower Bout Width 14.5"
Int Upper Bout Width 11.5"
Internal Materials Plush
Handles/Straps 2 x Handles, 2 x Backpack Straps
Pockets 2 x Exterior, 1 x Interior
Weight 5.19 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M80-EG-BLK

Customer Reviews

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Great case!

Bought this for my Les Paul. Just don't like how the Gibson case protects. This is definitely worth it. Very well made, plus it protects my investment. Bought one for my Guild also. Now waiting for them to make one for my J200 jumbo!!
Music background: Music instructor


Needed a new case for my Les Paul. Still have my original case but wanted something easier to use and more convenient. This is a GREAT case. Taken aback by the price, but its well worth it.Big enough for my Les Paul, but I can also use it for my jackson,if needed. Will be ordering another one for my acoustic soon.
Music background: professional

Quality Gig Bag for Jags and Jazzmasters

I emailed the folks at Mono and was informed that ALL of their electric guitar gig bags fit Fender Jags and Jazzmasters. None of the sites with the so-called "case finder" search engines ever convey this. I have a Johnny Marr Jag and the "retro case" it came with is too big and clunky (while not offering the protection of the SKBs I got with my other Fenders). I own several Protec Contego model gig bags, which are hybrids like the Mono. They are great cases and about half the price of the M80. However, like so many gig bags, the Protec does not accommodate the dimensions of a Jag. They are geared to Telecaster and Strat style bodies. The Mono M80 fits my Jag nicely. The neck cradle is great. It seems a bit lighter than the Protec. It is a comfortable well-designed bag, with a sleek modern look. My only beef is with the padding on the bottom end of the bag, which is inside where the strap pin sits. I was surprised that the bottom padding on a bag that is as expensive as the M80 was not nearly as substantial as that on my Protecs. Although, this has not proven to be a problem for me, as I don't put it through the rigors of the road, as some of you might. So, for me, I am happy to have a quality bag that fits and protects my Jag. It's a tad spendy but worth it for the protection it affords my bigger investment. I would recommend that other Jag and Jazzmaster owners check out the Mono line. It is too bad that Mono and their online vendors don't promote that their gig bags provide a nice option for toting, storing and protecting our "offset guitars." Thus, I am trying to spread the word.
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