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Bach Trumpet Case
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100% of reviewers $1,500.00 7.0

 

Description:
New style cases for the Bach trumpets, which include the addition of the permanently attached case cover to keep the case from taking a beating.
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Review Date: 1/30/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,500.00 | Rating: 7 

 
Pros: Side handle, outside music holder, and deep accessory pocket.
Cons: Feet, plastic mouthpiece holders come off easily, zipper system.

 
It looks okay but the older Bach case designs were much better looking and classy in my opinion. I think they construction is a bit too cheap. If you lose the feet, which tends to happen, the bottom of the exterior will wear and tear. They should of used better screws to hold them in. The plastic black donuts that cover the mouthpiece slots come off easily because of weak glue. The latch system is far superior to the zipper because it's easy to break them if you're not paying attention, I haven't yet but others have.

On the bright side they did include lots of space to hold your music, mutes, brushes, oils/greases, and whatever else. I can carry a Straight, Cup or Harmon and squeeze in a Plunger. The side handle gives you the option of standing it upright and carrying it vertically. Sometimes it's easier to squeeze through crowds that way without breaking some knees. There are also two loops for a shoulder strap, which is good if you pack your case up of goodies, and your Trumpet.
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Anonymous
Review Date: 1/30/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,500.00 | Rating: 7 

 
Pros: Side handle, outside music holder, and deep accessory pocket.
Cons: Feet, plastic mouthpiece holders come off easily, zipper system.

 
It looks okay but the older Bach case designs were much better looking and classy in my opinion. I think they construction is a bit too cheap. If you lose the feet, which tends to happen, the bottom of the exterior will wear and tear. They should of used better screws to hold them in. The plastic black donuts that cover the mouthpiece slots come off easily because of weak glue. The latch system is far superior to the zipper because it's easy to break them if you're not paying attention, I haven't yet but others have.

On the bright side they did include lots of space to hold your music, mutes, brushes, oils/greases, and whatever else. I can carry a Straight, Cup or Harmon and squeeze in a Plunger. The side handle gives you the option of standing it upright and carrying it vertically. Sometimes it's easier to squeeze through crowds that way without breaking some knees. There are also two loops for a shoulder strap, which is good if you pack your case up of goodies, and your Trumpet.
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