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Traben Hardshell Bass Case
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Designed to custom fit all Traben basses, this hardshell bass case has a strong plywood frame with a gray Tolex exterior and plush, fitted interior....Click To Read More About This Product
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The best way to carry your Traben bass around!
Designed to custom fit all Traben basses, this hardshell bass case has a strong plywood frame with a gray Tolex exterior and plush, fitted interior.
- Strong plywood frame
- Gray Tolex exterior
- Plush, fitted interior
Ditch that ragged gig bag for a nice hardshell--your investment is worth it! Call or click to order now.
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My Traben has been all over with me. Thrown in and out of a million truck beds, backs of vans and anywhere else you can think of. The bass and case is still in great condition. It was hard to find a case for that "big 'ol bass", was just easier to buy the actual "Traben" case. Has held up real good for about 5 years nows.
The case looks cool, and handle is comfortable. The material on the outside is very nice. The inside is very soft and plush and holds the bass just safely and has a huge compartment. The inside of the case came smelling badly, almost like cigarette smoke. It may be the material used inside or it could be the factory where it was made. Whichever it is, it isn't pleasant at all. The latches seem cheap. They're metal, but don't seem too strong. Also, the lid and its latches doesn't exactly match up with the latches and other half. When its closed neither of these are a problem though, I just am worried about the smell getting into my bass. Some of the screws on the outside were also not put in straight. Overall though, it seems like its sturdy enough to last and it looks good. I'm not that active of a musician, so I recommend something tougher if you're going to be gigging a lot. Overall, it isn't bad; I just believe they could have done better with the manufacturing.