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  1. For someone who is planning to wrap their guitar sets in a furniture box and get them loaded in the truck, you are highly mistaken. Such valuable items are more susceptible to damage when you are traveling a long distance. So, it should be done right at any cost. Start the packing of Guitar by safely wrapping it with a good-quality furniture pad. Find the original Guitar box and put some crumbled packing paper or newspaper at its bottom. If you don’t find the original box, you can buy a Guitar box matching your Guitar size. Cover the main Guitar with extra pieces of cardboard to protect it against external shocks. After placing the Guitar set in the box, put some more crumbled packing paper for extra protection. Tape the Guitar box from the outside in a secure manner. Label the Guitar box with words like “FRAGILE”, “Guitar”, and “KEEP UPRIGHT”. click here for more information
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