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Hiscox Cases Artist Series Tenor Saxophone Case
Ivory Shell with Silver Interior
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Established in 1985, Hiscox Cases Ltd. is the brainchild of Brynn Hiscox, a professional guitar maker. Being acutely aware of the lack of quality cas...Click To Read More About This Product
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Incredible shock and thermal protection for your tenor sax.
Established in 1985, Hiscox Cases Ltd. is the brainchild of Brynn Hiscox, a professional guitar maker. Being acutely aware of the lack of quality cases on the market, he used his engineering background to design a case that stood up to his exacting requirements. Brynn's customers demanded cases that had higher protection but with less weight. And so the Hiscox family of instrument cases was born. Utilizing a proprietary polyurethane injection molding system, superior shell materials, and best-in-class hardware, Hiscox cases provide the best thermal protection, crush resistance and puncture resistance of any case in its weight or price range.
Hiscox Artist Series Saxophone cases are beautifully styled and incredibly rugged with padded crushed velour interior and integral accessory compartment to take the Crook/Mouthpiece assembled. The instrument sits on strategically placed foam cushions to create the ultimate in lightweight protection. Suitable for both left and right handed keys.
- High-impact 2.5mm ABS outer shell
- High Tech cellular foam inner molding
- Withstand in excess of 1,000 lb. of direct pressure
Give your sax the protection it needs. Order today!
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Comments about Hiscox Cases Artist Series Tenor Saxophone Case:
Great clasps, light weight, soft/plush interior, really holds the sax in place --- MkVI. M last case you could feel the sax moving around inside. Not expecting to ever have to replace this case. I know there's a trend to get a case with an "old school look" but I bought one that protects the sax and is built almost bullet proof.
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