MONO Vertigo Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag Dreadnought


91 out of 100. Incorporating 40+ ratings and reviews.

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MONO Vertigo Hybrid Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag
MONO Vertigo Hybrid Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag

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Our rating of 91/100 is based on analysis of 40+ 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.

The Mono Vertigo literally stands out from the crowd with its top loaded design, where it lets you open and close the case while standing vertically.

This is made possible via a hidden hinge on the front panel of the case, which allows it to naturally open to the front for easy top access to your guitar.

Also cool is its headlock mechanism, which ensures that your guitar does not move around when in vertical position.

While it does look like a gig bag, the Mono Vertigo is a hybrid case with lightweight ABS impact panels and rubber bottom boot for impact protection.


  • Type: Hybrid
  • Lower Bout: 16"
  • Upper Bout: 13.5"
  • Neck Length: 20"
  • Overall Length: 42"
  • Body Depth: 5"


Having played small bars and cafes where there is no table to lay your case on, I appreciate how convenient its top loaded feature is. And I'm not alone, because many also find this feature to be practical and useful. Overall quality and reliability also get a lot of positive comments, often paired with good opinions on its lightweight design.


There are some complaints about the main pocket being too small.


With its convenient top loaded design, the Mono Vertigo is the ideal companion for local intimate venue gigs.

Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our 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.