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GEWA Guitar case AIR 3.3 Classic/Acoustic
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GEWA Guitar case AIR 3.3 Classic/Acoustic

  • Made in Germany
  • Specially developed thermo-shell
  • Best insulation properties - only 0.025 W/mK thermal conductivity
  • Weight ca. 3.3 kg without accessories
  • GEWA-patented, precisely-fitting suspension system
  • Handsewn leather handle
  • Removable, non-slip, padded rucksack straps
  • Security straps protect against accidental opening of the carabiner
  • Removable accessory pocket and string pocket
  • 3 padlocks and 1 combination lock
  • 8 pads for fixing the instrument in place
  • External colour: black highgloss
  • Internal colour: black
  • Inner dimensions:
  • Total length : 11.5 cm
  • Body length: 52 cm
  • Upper bow: 31 cm
  • Middle bow: 29 cm
  • Lower bow: 41.5 cm
  • Body height: 13.5 cm
GEWA item number:
522.560
Colour:
Black
Measurements:
415x135x1150 mm
weight:
3300 g

The GEWA AIR series incorporates the best ideas, developments and innovations from decades of experience in case manufacturing.

Each case is a masterpiece of engineering art and at the same time a fine design object.

Three essential points make the GEWA Air guitar case so unique:

- The special nature of the shell (GEWA Air Shell Technology).

- The fact that it is just as suitable for acoustic guitar as it is for classical guitar.

- The worldwide unique and patented fixation with the GEWA padded suspension system.


GEWA Air Shell Technology describes the proprietary construction of the stylish high-gloss thermoplastic case. It guarantees an enormously high resistance to breakage, as impacts are absorbed by slight deformation, similar to cars. In addition to this stability, the special manufacturing process ensures highly effective insulation against temperature fluctuations and weather.


The fact that the guitar is securely fixed inside the case is not as self-evident as one would think with many products on the market. In the GEWA Air series, the patented padded suspension system by GEWA, in combination with eight additional fixation pads, ensures a secure hold and allows different settings for both classical and acoustic guitars. This is the only way to prevent the valuable instrument from being damaged during transport.


It is hardly worth mentioning that the case is extremely luxurious and thoughtfully equipped in all areas. Handles, feet, locks and interior fittings are high-end and underline the excellence of the case in all respects.


It goes without saying that all cases in the GEWA Air series are not only developed in Germany, but are also completely manufactured in GEWA's own case factory in the Vogtland region. There's a reason that they bear the "Made In Germany" label.


Entrust your premium instrument to only the best protection - GEWA Air.


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At its core, it's all about quality.


To ensure that we can meet this demand at all times and without compromise, we develop and manufacture GEWA Made in Germany cases in-house.

In Germany. In the Saxon "Musicon Valley".

The upper class of our cases, which are primarily aimed at professional musicians, are designed and developed on site by our teams of experts and manufactured by qualified specialists. In our case manufacture, state-of-the-art production methods according to the latest standards are combined with traditional craftsmanship at the highest level.


Careful selection of materials and the proverbial indestructibility of our cases have earned us an excellent reputation over the years among the leading musicians of the respective era. A GEWA case accompanies you and your instrument for a lifetime. No matter where your path takes you, you can always rely on our cases, because we also care about your instrument.


At GEWA Made in Germany, tradition becomes the present.

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