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Bach 1843 Single Trumpet Case
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Redesigned, covered in brown fabric with bright gold Bach logo, for all models except D180 and D180L....Click To Read More About This Product
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Redesigned, covered in brown fabric with bright gold Bach logo, for all models except D180 and D180L.
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This is an awesome case. The colors are great and it is very sturdy. It has 2 mouthpiece slots which are great. Room for a mute inside, lots of space.
The case is great, and it looks great, too. It is very sturdy, and the pocket and compartments are nice, although they could be bigger, and the case is near perfect, but would be so much closer with a compartment under the trumpet. It's all good, though. Love the color scheme, and the zipper and velcro flap is great too.
I've probably used this case for three years now, had it for twenty. Haha, yes, it's really old. But, it is very good. Lots of space in the bottom compartment and very sturdy. I've dropped it several times without it falling apart. And, this is regarding on of the reviews below me: The base (at least in mine) is SUPPOSED to lift up so that it's easier to remove and place mutes etc. underneath. It's on hinges.
This case while remaining compact and stylish is able to hold a wide range of accessories and some music while keeping the trumpet extremely safe! It even has a separate box inside as seen in the photo on the left side, that is to store valve oil/slide grease just in case it should start to leak so that it doesn't get on anything else. I highly recommend this case!!!
Fine quality. Light weight.Looks good.
Not much space moutpiece holders come off after a couple of weeks and after a few months the whole base where the trumpet sits lifts up.