It’s all well and good to spend your hard earned money on a beautiful guitar, but the way in which you store and travel with the instrument will have a large bearing over its lifespan. Following on from three years of research, development and testing, Maton have just announced the arrival of The Maton Case.
While the outer shell will retain the same familiar design that Maton fans are used to, the entire case will be made of 48 individual parts, each painstakingly selected to ensure stability and protection for your instrument.
The shell is made of high-density polyethylene, with an internal layer of rigid polyurethane foam to avoid cracks and protect against impact. These materials have been tested against low temperatures and so will be perfect for the touring artist who needs to store their guitar in the cargo hold of an aeroplane.
Internally The Maton Case features specially designed soft lining, which are strongest at the upper and lower bout and impervious to water. The case can hold any Maton guitar shape, with the exception of the Maton 808 and Dreadnought Models, which are scheduled to arrive in early 2017.
For more information head to maton.com.au.