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Latest Cases & Bags Reviews
Bam Contoured (Shaped) Hightech Violin Case Black
REVIEWED BY: CARLENE ALLRED
reviewed on: 01/16/2015
Bam contour case
This is the greatest case! I live in a remote marine environment where some gigs are accessible only by boat. I just "throw" it in a skiff, even during rainy weather, and know this case will keep my violin safe. Another musician joked that if the boat sinks then at least the violin will be saved. This case is very lightweight and easy to carry around.
Heritage® Go Violin Case
REVIEWED BY: MELISSA ADAMS
reviewed on: 11/28/2014
nice and light
We were looking for the lightest case possible, with a pocket big enough for folders. Check. Check. This case held up well for two years, but when our child started taking the bus rather than being driven, the subway strap started to get more use and that strap gave out after less than a year. It wasn't secured well (lightly sewn?) - not sure how to get it back together and seems a shame to get a whole new case because of that. As for the size, I think this is the single strangest review I've seen for any case. Both for this case, and for my younger child's 2 cases (a different brand) I've seen reviews that the cases were too small for the violin size they were intended. I imagine there could be irregularities in production especially for such inexpensive cases, but we haven't seen that issue.
Heritage® Go Violin Case
REVIEWED BY: Rebecca Waterhouse
reviewed on: 04/14/2014
Poor quality case
My father gave this me case to replace my older, heavier one before a trip abroad, the idea being that it would be easier to carry around airports and fit in overhead compartments. The first part is true; the case is relatively lightweight and has straps that can be moved around to make it work like a backpack (uncomfortably). The violin fits snugly and there is enough room for all the doodads like sheet music, rosin, shoulder rest, etc. However, for someone who does a lot of walking and traveling, this is not the case for you. The metal strap hooks bent and came apart and the strap fixtures became entirely unscrewed. Then the end handle became unsewn and I was stuck carrying the thing with the main handle, all the while worrying what might come apart next! This was after only a year's worth of wear. My advice: spend a little more money on a real backpack violin case. This one isn't really designed to be carried that way.