Keep your acoustic guitar or ukulele safe with $70 off Gruv Gear gig bags in this early Black Friday deal

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Given the abundance of early Black Friday guitar deals currently floating around the internet, it’s not totally out of the question to assume you might end up coming out the other end with a new acoustic guitar. If that’s the case, you’re going to need a suitable gig bag up to the task of protecting your new prized instrument.

Thankfully, this new Sweetwater Black Friday deal is offering a whopping $70 off Gruv Gear’s GigBlade Hybrid Side-Carry gig bag suitable for acoustic guitars, acoustic electric guitars and classical guitars meaning you can scoop a tremendously protective and practical case for just $149.

Gruv Gear GigBlade Acoustic Gig Bag: $199

Gruv Gear GigBlade Acoustic Gig Bag:  $199, $129
Got an acoustic that needs protecting? Look no further. With the GigBlade, faux fur, 600D polyester panels and a 1680D nylon waterproof cover provide protection against the weather and accidental whacks, while the side-carry design makes for a convenient carrying experience. There's ample accessory space, too, which is always a bonus.

Gruv Gear GigBlade Ukulele Gig Bag: $119

Gruv Gear GigBlade Ukulele Gig Bag:  $119, $49
Ukuleles are more fragile, so need a gig bag up to the task. Dense polyester walls and plush faux fur lining will keep your instrument safe and sound, and the waterproof hood will keep it sheltered from the elements during transport. Quite possibly the ultimate ukulele gig bag.

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Matt Owen
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Matt is a Senior Staff Writer, writing for Guitar World, Guitarist and Total Guitar. He has a Masters in the guitar, a degree in history, and has spent the last 16 years playing everything from blues and jazz to indie and pop. When he’s not combining his passion for writing and music during his day job, Matt records for a number of UK-based bands and songwriters as a session musician.