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Based on 3 Reviews
Reviewed On: 11/30/2015
I was a little disappointed in the case. The padding was not as plush as I had expected. The tip of my bow was slightly wider than the holder, which I had pry out in order to fit it properly. The outside casing was somewhat loosely held. There was no key provided for the lock. No literature on use of the hygrometer or the humidifier was included. The company name tag was not anywhere to be found in or on the case. If a company is proud of its label, it should be appropriately displayed. The only card attached to the case listed the model number only.
Yes | 283 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 12/06/2014
This case is beautiful and the quality is excellent. I don't thinks I'll need to ever get another case. The only thing I see on it that will wear out with time are the feet on the case, they'll end up scratched but I don't think they'll fall off. I like the mesh in the music pocket and that it fits my 14.5" viola. I'll just put extra foam to make up for the extra room on the sides because of my viola being so small. This case is easy to carry around and comfortable. It is also easy to adjust to different viola sizes.
Yes | 467 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 06/28/2012
This case had all the features I wanted: wood shell, adjustable, string tube, shoulder rest velcro strap. The wood shell flexes some when pushed from the side, but that's probably a compromise between strength and weight. It still seems reasonably sturdy. The main reason I didn't rate this case 5 stars is that the suspension cushion at the base of the instrument is just a 1/4 inch strip of foam/cardboard, not enough to lift the back of the instrument away from the case. For a case advertising "suspension," this is pretty minimal. By comparison, I have a 15-year-old American Case Company Continental violin case which has a sturdier wood shell and nice deep suspension cushions. It may just be a case of "they don't make 'em like they used to." Overall a good value, compact, and not too heavy.
Yes | 547 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 08/02/2016
Hi Heejin! Thank you for your question. If you put the viola case flat on the table as if you were about to open it up, then the dimensions are: height 7" and width (measure from scroll area to tailgut area) is 33". Depth is 6.5" at the scroll/neck area, and at its very widest point of the body, its width is 12". So you would probably use these measurements for airline purposes: 7" x 33" 12" . Hope that helps!
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