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Latest Cases & Bags Reviews
Heritage® Deluxe Challenger Violin Case Black Exterior with Red Interior
REVIEWED BY: MELINDA IYER
reviewed on: 06/18/2014
I bought this case for my daughter, who must take her instrument to and from school daily. It's a nice big case with enough room for everything: her Everest (non-collapsing) shoulder rest, metronome, Snark tuner, required extra set of strings, all her music, etc., etc. She loves it, as do I The violin fits SNUGLY in its cutout, which makes me feel that much more secure that it won't get damaged in daily transit. Backpack straps have movable shoulder padding, which is nice for her comfort. A good, economical, high quality choice.
Joey Violin Case Carrier
REVIEWED BY: Anonymous
reviewed on: 06/07/2014
Bought two of these for my daughters when the price came down from originally over $100. They can carry EVERYTHING to lessons or around camp--small stand, iPad, binder, music, homework, even flat shoes and clothes for a performance! Very adjustable when we had a 3/4 size violin, very padded straps, reflective piping. Obviously designed by people who know what busy violinists need.
Bam Contoured (Shaped) Hightech Viola Case Tweed
REVIEWED BY: STEVE RANKIN
reviewed on: 04/04/2014
A latch and a bow spinner failed on our BAM case after about 4 years. BAM replaced both latches, both bow holders, and generally refurbished the case. The only cost was one way shipping and the service was fast. (Previously reviewed under black case.)