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Mono Vertigo and LP experience?


Active member
May 31, 2019
Been using a Mono M80 Classic with my LPs for the past 5 years now. I trust it with my R9, that’s how much I trust it.

Recently pulled a trigger on a Mono Vertigo. Arrived today and I notice the back of the headstock touches lightly the back of the case. The M80 classic headstock completely clears the back of the case.

Mono reassures these vertigo cases are made with the Gibson headstock in mind. Curious to know if anyone has first hand experience with it.