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I am about to move (back) to Atlanta. A while ago (I don't know where) I saw some boxes online that were perfect for shipping an acoustic guitar. They were like 5-10 bucks a piece, made of cardboard, and looked like just the ticket.

Any thoughts? It's a really cheap guitar buy I enjoy her.

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Since you seem to be willing to pay 5-10 bucks for the box, maybe do this : Go into a music store that sells some new American made acoustic guitars, and say " Hi, I want to buy a set of strings, but first, can you tell me if you could give me a good acoustic guitar shipping box ?" If they say no, leave, don't buy the damn strings either.

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Go into a music store that sells some new American made acoustic guitars,

or any other nationality.

boy you collonials are Xenophobic!!!!

Eh? I think his point is that US-made guitars tend to be packed in better shipping boxes than far-east imports, and you're very unlikely to find stores in the US carrying quality factory instruments from, say Australia (not many Maton dealers).

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The monetary value of the guitar should not necessarily reflect the value of the case you use. Regardless if its a cheap guita or not, it still has value to you, ie. you like playing it. So why take the chance of it getting crushed by putting it in a flimsy cardboard box? Just buy a hardshell case for 50 or 60 bucks and have done with it.

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