Thousand Oaks, CA - November 2018... Road Runner has expanded its Boulevard Series cases to include three solidly built wood guitar cases that provide superior protection while making a fashion statement. All three new cases offer rugged, 5-ply construction with zero-void wood that eliminates weak spots and offer full back and side impact protection during transport and storage. These eye-catching cases come with an elegant black/gray tweed covering that complements vintage as well as modern guitars. Their generously padded, plush, full-contact, gray-tone interior protects instrument finishes and mitigates movement during loading and unloading.
Boulevard Series wood cases include attractive black nickel latches, hinges, handle hinge, and feet. They are available in three styles to accommodate the most popular instruments: Acoustic Dreadnought, Les Paul or single-cutaway instruments, and standard electric guitar (for most other models).
Road Runner also debuted the Avenue Series Red Tweed Gig Bags. Available for both electric and acoustic guitars, these attractive, stylish gig bags offer exceptional protection. Ideal for light travel and local cartage, they feature a 600 denier, weather-resistant, polyester covering; 10.5 mm padding; and reinforced interior panels. Backpack straps, storage pockets, and dual metal zipper pulls make Avenue Series Red Tweed Gig Bags great for rehearsals, jams, and trips to lessons.
Let Road Runner protect your axe. Road Runner Boulevard Series Tweed Cases are available for a street price of $119.99 and Avenue Series Red Tweed gig bags are available for a street price of $39.99 at Guitar Center or Musician's Friend, or visit http://roadrunnercases.com for more information.
About Road Runner Cases
From Electric, Acoustic, Bass, and Classical guitars, to Drums, Keyboards, and Pro Audio Gear, Road Runner prides itself on the depth and breadth of its case and bag selections. Around the neighborhood or around the world, Road Runner bags and cases are built tough to withstand the abuse of the road, so your instruments won't have to. www.roadrunnercases.com