‣ Superior Craftsmanship ~ Designed to safely hold an electric guitar with a quality non-marking hanging padded metal rack inside.

‣ Eye-Catching ~ Various colored felt backgrounds create a stunning contrast, perfect for showing off your instrument. Beautiful front opening door. 

‣ Quality ~ Handcrafted in solid, furniture-grade, beech hardwood with an elegant finish.

‣ Secure ~ Locking brass latch to keep items secure. 

‣ Protective ~ 98% UV protection door to safeguard your items from fading.

‣ Ready-to-Use ~ Fully assembled, with wall mounting hardware and padded guitar neck hook.


*Guitar shown in photos not included. 


Hand-made solid furniture-grade beech hardwood cabinet of beautiful design and construction. The Guitar display case features a hinged acrylic door (98% UV protection) to keep your guitar protected and dust-free. This case is designed to safely hold an electric guitar. The case features a red felt interior background and easy to install padded guitar neck hook. Cabinet ships fully assembled with installed wall hanging metal brackets ready to be mounted. (Guitar shown is not included.)  


Unit Weight: 22 lbs.
Outside Dimensions: 22.5"W X 50"H X 5.5"D
Inside Dimensions: 21.5"W X 49"H X 4.5"D
Inside Depth: 4.5"
Framing Material: Beech Hardwood
Door Cover: 98% UV Protection Rated Acrylic 
Door Hardware: Locking Brass Latches
Background Material: Felt

Electric Guitar Display Case Cabinet

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SKU: dc8507bRed

$259.99 $343.99
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Estimated to be Available : October 25, 2022
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Color: Black
Background Color: Red

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Aaron Verdin
Great quality product!!

Converting to a cigar humidor for our small town cigar shop. Fast shipping!! Very satisfied.

Peter John

5 stars


looks great looks great looks great

Good case but has some flaws

Don't get me wrong, the cases are great and they look great. I have a few issues with them however.
#1 They are too shallow for a guitar with a tremolo bar. You need to remove the bar otherwise the bar presses into the front plexiglass and tips the guitar back. Not a huge issue but that could be solved by making the case about 1" deeper.
#2 I am leery about the 2 small hangers that attach to the corners with the smallest screws you have ever seen. It kind of freaks me out to hang a guitar that is upwards of $10k in a case that I don't trust the hangers. I remedied that by using the supplied hangers and then augmenting them by putting large screws into each corner through the backing and into drywall anchors. It made me feel safer to hang it on the wall as well as made it difficult for someone to just lift the case off of the wall and run away with it.
#3 The guitar hanger also had me worried as it just hangs on the thin backing. I gave it the same treatment as #2. I drilled holes all the way into the wall and put drywall anchors in the wall and crewed the hanger through the backing and directly in the wall.

Those 3 fixes really make the case hang on the wall strongly and I do not fear it falling down and damaging very expensive guitars or having someone steal it by just lifting the case off of the wall with ease which teh stock setup allows for.

Would shop again

Large selection allowed me to find the perfect sized cases for my displays. Great quality at competitive prices. Peter was always very friendly, responsive, and accommodating with special requests.