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Lightweight but sturdy.
The MAX Tenor Trombone Case is a great value case that offers lightweight protection with a simple, yet functional appeal. The case features a tough nylon exterior, soft plush lining with a mold that can accommodate both F-Trigger or Straight tenor horns, slide area secured by hook 'n loop strap, and 2 interior compartments for mouthpieces and accessories.
Carry handle features a padded grip secured by a hook n' loop closure
Lightweight shock absorbing frame
Accessory compartments, 2
Soft non-abrasive plush velvet lining
Padded backpack straps that tuck away into their own pocket when not in use
Rugged 600 denier nylon
Large front pocket, zippered
Small accessory pocket, zippered
Compatible with optional rain jacket (Model # RAIN4)
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Comments about Protec MAX Tenor Trombone Case:
I purchased this case about 3 months ago (April, 2014) to replace my horn's original case which was very heavy and beginning to fall apart. My two biggest concerns with a replacement case were weight (lightness)and protection (high). This case meets these criteria for me. This case is lighter with my horn in it (1974 Yamaha YSL-643 Large-Bore F-Attachment) than my old case is empty, plus it has backpack straps which make it all that much easier to carry while freeing up my hand for other equipment. This light weight does not come at the expense of protection. I love my old horn and would not put it at risk unneccassarily. This case has exceeded my expectations in regard to the level of protection provided.
Since the case does not have a dedicated mouthpiece area, I purchased a Protec mouthpiece pouch which I place in one of the two accessory storage areas. This solve the problem very well for me while protecting my mouthpiece.
My one wish for this case is for it to have a handle on the end (I grew used to the one on my old case). I will probably take the case to a seamtresss friend of mine to see if see can make a handle out part of the shoulder strap (which I do not use) that came with the case. Aside from this end handle issue, I could not be more pleased with this case and do not hesitate to recommend it.