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Reviewed On: 10/20/2018
I got the Super Light case partly because of this. I walk quite a lot, often through woodland paths, when I'm going to gigs, and I loved the idea of not having separate cases for violin and sheet music. And in general, this does the trick. But: 1. This sheet music case is only large enough for small to medium size pages, and, e.g., your Baerenreiter scores won't fit. Also, not many pages will fit, maybe about 50 to 75. 2. The rounded corners are not friendly to the corners of your sheet music; if you put the music in a sturdy envelope, that will do the job, but very few of those envelopes will fit the case. 3. The case breathes very nicely, which is nice for your back but not so great for the sheet music, especially if it rains. 4. This is not designed to hold other things, such as pencils I like the idea of this case, but hope that a model 2 is in planning stages.
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Asked On: 03/13/2021
The 13" iPad Pro is ~8.5" x 11", and the interior of this pocket measures 9" x 14". It should fit the iPad Pro without an issue, but depending on the Airturn pedal you may have some issues getting it to fit alongside it.
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Asked On: 09/14/2020
Hi Kathleen, thank you for your question! You'll need to take the thumb screws out first. You'll notice on the back of the pocket there are four holes. You can get at those holes from the inside of the pocket. You'll want to thread the screws through those holes before screwing them into the back of the case.
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Asked On: 09/02/2018
Hello Wen! This back pocket can only be used with the SL Backpacking Violin Case, which is different from the older model of our SL case without the backpack system. The new SL Backpacking Violin Case has hardware attachments in the back that allow you to connect this pocket/cushion with a few thumb screws. I hope this helps!
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