I already own one of the "Thomann E-Guitar Case Tweed" cases and have been pleased with it but it's a little neat for the Danelectro, this ABS case is a better fit, holding the guitar snugly with little movement.
The interior lining is soft black fur and provides a nice scratch fee environment for your guitar.
Standard Telecasters or Stratocasters, I have tried both a Fender AVRI '52 telecaster and a Fender Classic. Player 50's stratocaster and they fit but there is a little extra room for them to move around inside, personally I like a neater fit but it's fine on a "universal fit" case and the slightly wider Danelectro fits fine.
The case is fairly good quality for the price, it is a more robust case than the thomann tweed case and certainly a better choice if carrying outside where there is chance it will get wet, it's not a waterproof case but the ABS will turn a light shower better than the tweed case which tends to soak up the rain.
The black ABS is discrete and modern in contrast to the tweed cases vintage vibe, the case reminds me of the older and lighter ABS fender cases from the 1990's only not quite as substantial.
Outside you have three latches, (the middle latch locks), and the off set carry handle, it's a fairly light case and is easy to carry, handle isn't the strongest or most comfortable but it's controllable especially with the light weight Danelectro inside, it a great match for this guitar but if your carrying the case a lot then the handle may not be the best.
Another benefit with the ABS case is I find it slides better than the tweed or leatherette style cases which want to snag on everything, getting it in and out of the car is easier, the rounded corners also helps here.
Its a light duty case, offering considerably more protection than a gig bag, I am happy to use his case at home and for travelling by car, it's not a flight case but I would use it anywhere I would use any factory fender or gibson case and I am confident it will provide adequate protection for my instrument.
I have used heavier duty cases in the past but unless they are really necessary I find them to be a nuisance, hard cases and square corners do offer your guitar greater protection but they are harder to carry and hard on your car or home environment, I think this is a good compromise between protection and usability but for more serious use I'd want a stronger and tougher case.
One area that I feel lets the case down slightly are its internal storage compartments, you have two internal storage compartments separated by the guitar neck support, plenty of room for case candy, spare strings, strap, lead etc but they really would benefit from lids, small items like plectrums, allen keys, trem arm, spare batteries for my tuners etc, all slip out of the compartments and obviously can do a lot of damage to your instrument, you need to place all small items in a larger container or bag, I think this is the only area that needs to be improved.
To sum up this is an excellent little case at the price, in my opinion it is better valve for money than the other popular thomann cases, (Thomann E-Guitar Tweed or BK Wood cases), it is a little more expensive but well worth it for the extra protection and improved ergonomics, the other case only win if you want a retro vibe.