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will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby chimney chop » 03 Oct 2016, 22:41

i need one for tour in a week and Sweetwater etc are sold out at the moment.

was looking at the MX49 but it has smaller interior dimensions.
my Wave was pretty loose in the Nord 49 bag so i was wondering if it still might work.
thanks!

MX49:
Internal Length 32"
Internal Width 11.73"

Nord 49:
Internal Width 34"
Internal Length 13"
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby pablomastodon » 04 Oct 2016, 09:25

:facepalm:

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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby Berretje » 04 Oct 2016, 09:45

You might have swapped the width/lenght labels. But it will not fit (depending on the measures) :roll:
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby chimney chop » 04 Oct 2016, 16:15

pablomastodon wrote::facepalm:

PS - I love that this emoji was added to this forum. It really comes in once in a while.

very helpful
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby chimney chop » 04 Oct 2016, 16:19

I did mention that the Nord wave is pretty loose in the wave case

that's why I asked in case someone tried it and it happened to work despite the dimensions
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby pablomastodon » 04 Oct 2016, 16:28

why not simply measure your Wave to see if it will fit in a 32" wide case?
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby chimney chop » 04 Oct 2016, 16:34

did you read my post?
it's a loose fit and the measurements don't seem to be true to specifications
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby Berretje » 04 Oct 2016, 23:07

chimney chop wrote:did you read my post?
it's a loose fit and the measurements don't seem to be true to specifications


Did you read Pablo's post?
He didn't mention to try the wave bag. Just try another case (custom build?).
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby chimney chop » 04 Oct 2016, 23:51

i didn't ask about a case.

i'm already having a case made but i leave for tour next week, it won't be ready and i need a temporary solution.

i reacted negatively to Pablo's initial response because he was essentially making fun of me with the "facepalm"

he was saying, wow what a dumb question. dumb questions are so rarely asked here and here's my chance to use that emoji i've been wanting to use.

i felt attacked when i just wanted some friendly help.
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Re: will a Yamaha MX49 case work for the Nord Wave?

Postby Berretje » 05 Oct 2016, 00:34

chimney chop wrote:i felt attacked when i just wanted some friendly help.


Sorry about my circular response too.
But I understand your situation better now.

I guess it's a matter of going to a musical instrument shop and try some different (universal) bags?

Sizes are always hard to compare on a website.

Good luck with your search!
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