Fender FA620 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag (Discontinued)


90 out of 100. Incorporating 20+ ratings and reviews.

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Fender FA620 Dreadnought
Fender FA620 Dreadnought

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Our rating of 90/100 is based on analysis of 20+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

Being a long time manufacturer of guitars, it only follows that Fender knows how to keep the guitars they build safe for travel and storage.

And that is precisely what the FA620 does, a gig bag designed for dreadnought shape acoustic guitars with Fender's distinct styling.

The shape of the case itself is a strong hint hat this is not your average gig bag, with its angled head portion.

Standout features include thick 25mm padding and internal and external Pin Protector strap button protection system, which prevents the strap pin from digging into soft padding.

It also comes with well positioned exterior rubber "bumpers", padded handles and straps, and an accessory slot with multiple pockets.


  • Type: Padded Gig Bag
  • Lower Bout: 16.54"
  • Upper Bout: 14.17"
  • Body Depth: 4.72"


Awesome and great are just two of the many positive adjectives that owners use to describe the Fender FA620. Many are impressed with the overall quality of the unit, with some describing it as heavy duty, ultimately giving them worry free travels with their precious instrument.


Not many complaints, other than a few who feel that this gig bag is more like a case in terms of size.


It's hard to go wrong when you go for more protection for your acoustic guitar.

Unfortunately this is no longer available new in most stores, so if you're looking for a new gig bag check out our recommendations in the guide to The Best Acoustic Guitar Cases & Gig Bags.

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He's written about and researched music gear for many years, while also serving as a music director at his local church, in addition to teaching guitar, bass and mentoring young musicians.