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BAM St. Germain Stylus Oblong Violin Case Blue

BAM St. Germain Stylus Oblong Violin Case Blue | VBM23 BLU
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About This Item

BAM quality and classic elegance and flair, at an affordable price! Original poly foam shell, with slight "give," helps absorb shock and insulates from the elements. Durable water-resistant ballistic fabric cover, removable backstraps, expandable sheet music pocket, removable accessory pouch, two bow holders. Black interior.


BAM St. Germain Stylus Oblong Violin Case Dimensions:

Total Length - 24" | Body - 15.4" | Upper Bout - 6.7" | Lower Bout - 8.3"

Length 31.5" x Width 10.2" x Height 5.9"

Weight: 6.8 lbs

Item Includes

BAM St. Germain Stylus Oblong Violin Case Includes:

Firm, soft cradle supports instrument safely
Soft, durable poly shell, with ABS reinforcements
Removable accessory pouch
2 bow holders
2 padded backpack straps
Subway handle
Expandable external sheet music compartment
Small external front pocket with reflecting fabric
Zipper closure with zipper pull-combination lock
Bam Ballistic fabric cover
Hidden pocket for shoulder rest

Warranty Info

BAM Limited Warranty
This case carries a limited warranty through BAM Cases against defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable. Please call our Customer Service Department for more details.

30-Day No Hassle Return Policy
If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.

If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at [email protected]

About This Brand

High Quality and Modern Style

High-tech protection. Contemporary design. Youthful style. French company BAM has been making cases for decades that are recognized the world over for their unique design and fresh colors and patterns. But beauty is not just skin deep – BAM cases are protective! With shells made from modern composites and interiors geared toward soft and reliable cushioning, BAM cases have developed a wide and loyal following among busy musicians. Easily recognizable by their unique shapes and "BAM" insignia.

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Asked On: 11/18/2018

What is the difference between this case and the Bam Classic Oblong Violin Case Blue? I don't see the Classic case on your website; do you carry this one? If not, what are your reasons for not carrying it? Thank you! Stephanie

SHAR Answer:

Hello Stephanie! Unfortunately, we do not carry the BAM Classic oblong violin case at the moment. Aside from the aesthetic design differences, there are a few differences between the St. Germain and the BAM Classic cases. The molding in the interior is a little more contoured to the instrument in the St. Germain over the Classic. The St. Germain also has an added subway handle on the top, a combination lock for the zipper pulls, and a large, removable accessory pocket. These differences are well represented on BAM's website, if you would like to learn more about the BAM Classic.

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Asked On: 08/03/2016

what's the difference of this case and the BAM Stylus Oblong Violin Case? Is it the same? Are these roomier than the BAM High Tech Slim Violin Cases? Thanks so much!

SHAR Answer:

Hi Julie, they are extremely similar (this case and the BAM Stylus). Their interior is practically identical. The two main differences are weight and exterior material. This St Germain case weighs 6.83 lbs and the Stylus weighs slightly less at 6.39 lbs. The exterior material is also what's different (but both are water resistant); the St. Germain is made from Bam Ballistic fabric and the Stylus is made from 2000-denier Cordura fabric. Ballistic nylon is a thick, tough, nylon fabric that was originally used to make bulletproof vests/similar military items. Ballistic fabric is a larger weave fabric, shiny and more smooth than Cordura. The Cordura is more like a natural fiber (think backpacks, luggage, camping gear). This gives cordura somewhat higher abrasion resistance, while the ballistic has higher tear strength. However, in both fabrics the tear strength and the abrasion resistance are so much higher than is really necessary, so you will seldom (if ever) experience any difference between cordura and ballistic. So both materials are really good choices for durability, tear and abrasion resistance, strength and water resistance. The choice comes down to personal preference, how you like the look/feel of the exterior of the case, and potentially the weight (although the St Germain case is not even 1/2 lb more than the Stylus so the weight difference is small), and your budget (the St Germain costs slightly more). The St. Germain comes in more bright and colorful options than the Stylus, which comes in more subdued colors like black and gray. The Stylus has been around longer and perhaps BAM wanted to make a more colorful, updated version of it with a slightly different external material. Both the St. Germain and the Stylus cases have slightly more room than the BAM Hightech Slim cases (which measures 32" long x 11.5" wide x 5.5" high and weighs 4.2 lbs). Both the St. Germain and the Stylus cases come with the large external back pocket for sheet music and also the flat external front pocket made of reflecting fabric. They both also have a pretty large accessories pouch. The Hightech Slim cases don't have either of these pockets for music, and its accessories pouch is a little bit smaller. However, the trade-off is that the Hightech Slim (while it doesn't come with these things) is only 4.19 lbs, so it is really good for players who travel a lot (and it's hard shell is super durable, good for traveling in overhead bins on flights). If you aren't (or won't in the future) traveling with your instrument a ton, then you might consider going with one of the other cases than the Hightech because they have slightly more room and cost less. Please note that all of the above information applies to violin cases only (not viola, cello etc) and is subject to change in the future. This was a lot of information, but we hope it helps!

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