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Reviewed On: 12/14/2013
Contrary to a few reviews I've heard, this case has not ripped apart in a matter of months. I am a university student who has been normally using this case for one and a half years and only one rubber stopper on the case's belly came off (and thankfully, since I wish they weren't there in the first place). If you take care of this case as you do your instrument, you won't have any problems (and I dread to see the quality of these reviewers' instruments). The only problem I have with this case is that it does not have a thing that connects both halves of the case to prevent it from opening too far. This case also includes an instrument cover and bag.
Yes | 451 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 12/17/2020
Hi Janet, thanks for the question! You are correct! Most violas will fit in this case just fine (up to 17"). However, "Tertis" violas have a slightly different body shape (wider bouts, deeper ribs). While a 17" Tertis viola would fit *length-wise*, it'd be too wide/tall to fit comfortably.
Yes | 11 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 09/28/2020
Absolutely! There's plenty of storage, great suspension, and the plywood shell itself is very durable. For the price it's a very good case!
Yes | 17 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 08/27/2016
Thanks for your question Jennipher! The compartments are approximately 11" (L) x 2" (W) x 2" (D). Hope this helps!
Yes | 163 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 08/11/2016
Hi Jennipher! Yes, this case comes with dual straps and can be carried like a backpack. Hope this helps!
Yes | 182 people found this question helpful