New case designed specifically for Explorer, Flying V and ML shaped guitars
Bozeman, MT – January 8, 2020 – (GuitarPR) – ENKI USA, the designer and builder of the revolutionary AMG Series multi-purpose instrument cases, will introduce its new model AMG-2 EXV case at the upcoming 2020 Winter NAMM Show, January 16-19 in Anaheim.
The AMG-2 EXV is a double electric guitar case designed specifically for Explorer, Flying V and ML shaped guitars! The new case fits two electric guitars up to 46” in total length and 18” in total width. The EXV provides all the same protection and convenience features of the AMG Series Cases, but completely updated for 2020, making it the strongest case the company has built to date.
This case introduces the new durable ENKI EVA Insert Set, Polycarbonate Latch and Heavy-Duty Removable Lid Hinge System. These are the ultimate road cases for touring guitar players, on and off the stage.
Key features include:
- Roto-Molded Polyethylene Shell
- Luxurious Two Electric Guitar EVA Foam Insert – New for 2020!
- Solid Axle Smooth Glide Wheels
- Removable Lid Design – New for 2020!
- Padlock Plate
- Soft EVA Accessories Case
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Dimensions: 55” x 11.5” x 21.25″
Available in Black Only
“The development of the new EXV case is in response to a massive number of players using Explorer and V shape guitars, requesting we build a case to meet their needs,” said David Cronk, CEO of ENKI USA. “Our goal is to build the best instrument cases on the market and the AMG-2 EXV case is a testament to our goals.”
Visit ENKI USA at Winter NAMM January 16-19 at Booth #1902.
For more information on ENKI USA products, visit, www.enkiusa.com.
About ENKI USA
ENKI USA, based in Bozeman, Montana, is the designer, builder and seller of modern, innovative case solutions for the music industry and outdoor sports.
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