Road Runner RR1AG Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag (Discontinued)


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Road Runner RR1AG Acoustic Guitar Bag

The Road Runner RR1AG is a padded gig bag that will fit dreadnought, auditorium and some jumbo acoustic guitars.

It features reinforced interior panels with 0.41" interior padding that will secure your guitar without scratching, while the exterior features 600 denier weather-resistant polyester covering. This makes it viable for protecting instruments that you hand carry to gigs.

Other features include external pockets that can store different accessories, it also comes with double shoulder straps to make it easier to carry around.


  • Type: Padded Gig Bag
  • Lower Bout: 17""
  • Middle Bout: Not Specified
  • Upper Bout: 14"
  • Body Length: 20.50"
  • Overall Length: 41.8"
  • Body Depth: 4.5"


Nice and good seem to be the most commonly used adjective in reviews, owners are satisfied with the protection it provides while staying comfortable and easy to carry around. Many feel that the padding is good enough for safe storage and small trips, while others are pleased with how comfortable the straps and handles are. Reviewers mentioned guitars that fit, including the Recording King Dirty 30's Harmonella, Ibanez AEG10NES, Martin 000X1AE, Recording King 000, Yamaha FG700S, Daisy Rock Pixie, Epiphone ES295 and more.


There are a few users who feel that bigger acoustics will have a hard time fitting, but there are many reports of users fitting dreadnoughts without any issue. Some caution that the padding is not thick enough for protecting against bumps and dings, and they advise more handling care while carrying it around.


If you're looking for a comfortable padded gig bag for your acoustic guitar, then you should check out the Road Runner RR1AG.

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