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This Gator Trumpet Case is made to meet the rugged protection requirements of professional and student trumpet...
It's light but tough.
The Pro Pac trumpet case includes a roomy mute compartment and a separate mouthpiece section.
The contoured PRO PAC case holds a single trumpet and mouthpiece, no mutes.
Our classic PRO PAC line comes in both standard shaped and contoured shaped cases. All of our PRO PACS feature...
The Pro Tech PB-301VAX Trumpet / Auxiliary Combo Pro Pac Case is is designed with the features a traveling...
Slick looking and protective as a mother bear.
Excellent protection at a remarkable price! The SKB Contoured Trumpet Case has backing plates on all hardware...
Travel is an important part of a career in music, whether that means cross-country tours with a jazz band or just driving a few blocks to the local orchestra's concert hall. Every time you leave the house with your trumpet, you'll want to make sure that it's well-protected in a case that will see it arrive at its destination in the same condition it was in when you left. There are a lot of cases to choose from, but at their core, they all have the same job: get the instrument from point A to point B without any new dents or scratches. Any trumpet case will have a soft, plush lining on the inside to protect the finish - what sets them apart are the layout, size and exterior shell.
Layout and size are especially important to consider if you're transporting multiple trumpets. You might have a preferred horn for each song, or maybe you've got a piccolo trumpet to carry along with your Bb. When you have a lot of gear to carry, consider a combo case with a customizable interior, which will allow you to make room for mutes and stands all in the same case as the instrument itself. Some of these cases even have wheels to get you rolling through the backstage doors in style.
Some cases have fully rigid exteriors, and you've got your choice of conventional plastic or more exotic materials like fiberglass, wood or aluminum. All of these provide great protection for your trumpet. If you want something a little lighter, opt for a semi-rigid or padded case. They're also very portable, which makes them great for quick trips across town to local venues or a bandmate's place.
Decide on the level of protection you need and the style that works best for your tastes. Pick the case that has space for the trumpets you want to carry, as well as your oil, cleaning cloths, mouthpieces and other accessories, and that gives you the specific features you want. Choosing a trumpet case really is as simple as that - what matters most is what you want to get out of the case.