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Latest Cases & Bags Reviews
BAM High Tech Slim Violin Case White Limited Ed
REVIEWED BY: Anonymous
reviewed on: 10/19/2014
This case is the bomb.com
Trust me, you want this case. THIS IS THE CASE OF GODS. Where I live it is very humid and I have had too many troubles with violin cases made of wood. They ALWAYS get moldy here and it effects the violin as well and mold can easily get on the violin. But THIS case is wonderful. I don't have to worry about it getting all soaked when I'm at school and it starts pouring and I have to go from class to class. It keeps it perfectly dry and keeps the humidity out much better than a wooden case! Plus the look is so sleek and you feel like a total cool kid when carrying it. JUST BUY IT ALREADY
Thermoplastic Shaped Violin Case
REVIEWED BY: Teacher, JEFFREY OHMART
reviewed on: 10/16/2014
The Absolute Worst
If I could give 0 stars, I would. First thing: Glasser bows don't fit in these cases. Second thing: The bow holders are too close to where the frog is supposed to go- If you HAVE managed to wedge your bow into this case, the bow holder isn't able to turn to secure the bow. If you DO manage to turn the bow holder, it permanently warps the bow due to the downward force from the bow holder being in the wrong spot. Since the bow holder is in the wrong spot, the force of the bow trying to unwarp itself pulls the bow holders out of the Styrofoam rendering the case unusuable within 2 years. Don't waste your money on garbage. Buy a real case.
Mobile Cello Case Black 4/4 Size
REVIEWED BY: Student, BARBARA DIANNIBELLA
reviewed on: 10/15/2014
Nice case for the money
I purchased this case a few weeks ago and it is suitable for my needs. It arrived very well-packaged (it took me about 20 minutes to get it out of the boxes!). Overall, it is a little less sturdy than I was hoping for but about what I expected for the price. The latches and wheels work smoothly, my cello fits in it perfectly, and the case will protect the cello while it is sitting at home which is mostly what I wanted it for, and it should be fine for taking to lessons. I picked the gray color and it was much lighter in color than I was expecting; if I had to do it again, I'd get the black. But not worth sending it back for.
Toshira Oblong Violin Case
REVIEWED BY: LADONNA SMITH
reviewed on: 09/04/2014
TOSHIRA OBLONG Great for Travel and Teaching!
I love the inside construction of this case. The side pocket I use for pencils and pointers, tuning forks etc. The top rectangular pocket is perfect for strings, business cards, rosin, and other ... Shoulder rests easily fit inside around the neck of the instrument. Though this case seems cheap, it is! But it's the most efficient and best designed interior around! I know you might think you need to get a case that will withstand a car running over it.. (get wise), but for me, a seasoned international traveller and professional, and Suzuki teacher on the go, I LOVE the Toshiras! BEST!!! Why? Who can argue with 2 1/2 pounds? Yes, I might replace the case every two years, but it's worth it just to not lug around extra weight.. It's so free and easy. The zippers are strong, No trouble with them. The only issue is the little thumb flaps might eventually wear off..(from serious use/abuse) but by then, I religate it to a student loaner instrument, and get a new Toshira! They're quite handsome, can't tell them from a more expensive piece of poundage. I love the oblong Toshira for everyday teaching on the GO! Don't break your back with heavy cases!
Toshira TC66 Shaped Violin Case
REVIEWED BY: Teacher, LADONNA SMITH
reviewed on: 09/04/2014
Toshira Cases are my Favorite
I know all of you think you need to get a case that will withstand a MACK Truck running over it.. but for me, a seasoned international traveller and professional, and Suzuki teacher on the go, I LOVE the Toshiras! BEST!!! Why? Who can argue with 2 1/2 pounds! Yes, I might replace the case every two years, but it's worth it just to not lug around extra weight.. It's so free and easy. The zippers are strong, No trouble with them. The only issue is the little thumb flaps might eventually wear off..(from serious use/abuse) but by then, I religate it to a student loaner instrument, and get a new Toshira! They're quite handsome, can't tell them from a more expensive piece of poundage. I love the oblong Toshira for everyday teaching on the go, and the Toshira dart inside my travel CUSHY. Plenty of room then, to pack clothing, CD's, wallets, wigs, whatever... Don't break your back with heavy cases!
Cushy® Hard Body Cello Case
REVIEWED BY: RHONDA ARTHUR
reviewed on: 07/26/2014
Do no Buy this
I bought this case from a music store and was surprised Shar sells it. After about a year of using it we noticed scratches on the front shoulder of the cello on both sides. They got worse and realized it was the button that holds the bows in place. The scratches were down to the wood and we had to put a towel over the cello to protect it. Also have noticed scratches over the top shoulder edges now. Trying to get another case.