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Reunion Blues RB Continental Violin Case
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All RB Continental cases feature a Ballistic Quadraweave exterior, quilted "double helix" velvet interior, high-strength corded edges and seams, and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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All RB Continental cases feature a Ballistic Quadraweave exterior, quilted "double helix" velvet interior, high-strength corded edges and seams, and double-stitched with high tensile thread and reinforced at tested stress points. This concert ukulele case has a thick shock-absorbing Flexoskeleton with reinforced impact panels, a neck brace suspension system with an adjustable locking security strap, and rubberized foam headstock grip. The adjustable, padded hideaway backpack straps makes travelling with this beauty a breeze. Each case is reinforced at tested stress points and double stitched with extra-strength high tensile thread. A knurled abrasion grid on the top and bottom resists scuffing, and interior pads at the headstock and endpin provide long lasting protection. The case is finished with custom plated hardware, including industrial strength zippers and a Zero-G palm-contoured handle with weight distributing foam core for unsurpassable longevity and comfort.
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Comments about Reunion Blues RB Continental Violin Case:
This case is great protection as expected. It has a luxurious interior with lovely material, cushioning, cover and overall design, it also comes with a very basic hygrometer. I can just barely fit my Kun shoulder rest in the scroll area, but it does fit so I'm not complaining. The exterior pocket is nice with pen holders. This case gets a solid 4 and cannot be a 5 star product for a few reasons: **case does not lay flat** because of the backpack straps that cannot be removed, and secondly, because the zipper is not quick, it requires some tugging. The case is heavy, I knew that and was willing to compromise for protection and quality price value. Overall, I am happy because I mostly store my instrument and don't carry it around places anymore. If i was regularly hoping trains with my instrument, this would not work. If they ditched the backpack straps it would be a perfect storage case for a quality instrument. If they ditched some pounds it would be a perfect gig bag. For now, it's a good value.
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