Kaces Structure Series Polyfoam Clarinet Case


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MSRP: $69.95 $43.25 Save : $26.70 (38%)
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Amazingly light but strong enough to survive the travails of the road or the challenges of an instrument rental program

A light weight modern design that offers superior polyfoam construction backed by a 6 year limited warranty. The padded wrap around handle and heavy duty shoulder strap offers comfortable portability to and from the concert stage. The large exterior pocket holds your instrument accessories as well as an iPod pouch with a headphone gromet. Light weight, strong and affordable Kaces polyfoam cases offer the best protection for your prized instrument.

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  • Clarinet Case


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Kaces Structure Series Polyfoam Clarinet Case

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Great case except for ONE thing. . .


from Tampa, FL

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Comments about Kaces Structure Series Polyfoam Clarinet Case:

I'm a music major, and as a result I end up carrying a lot of stuff to and from school with me. My clarinet came with a standard cheap case with clips that don't lock on the outside, and I was always rather afraid they would end up popping open while I was carrying my stuff back and forth, spilling my clarinet and all of its stuff out onto the sidewalk. As a result I'd been wanting to get a case that had a zipper for a long while now. As far as pros go, it's a nice sturdy case. While the straps on the case that came with my violin broke off from the stitching within a few months, this one's straps are still going strong. Plus, with the zipper, I'm not always afraid that I'm going to destroy my instrument when it falls, and the inside is sturdy and fits well so there's not much of a chance that it will rock around too much.

As for that con? I got stuck walking through the rain yesterday(ah, Florida!) and when I got home noticed that while my violin in its cheap case was perfectly dry, my clarinet looked like I'd dumped water into the case and let it sit like that.

Bottom line? If you've got an umbrella that you trust, I can't think of a problem with it, if not, might be best to try to find a bag to use so you don't need to try to wait out a 3 hour thunderstorm!

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Series Structure
Model KBF-CL1
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