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Pro Pac Combination Trumpet / Flugel Case
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Description:
Designed for professional musicians with specific case needs, our combination PRO PACs accommodate 2-4 trumpets, offer a lightweight protective frame, convenient exterior pocket and shoulder strap.

Specifications
Height: 17.25"
Width: 22.25"
Depth: 8.75"
Weight: 7 lbs.

Exterior Features
Durable 1000 denier nylon; water and abrasion resistant
Roomy exterior pocket
High quality YKK zippers
Built-in organizer to hold pens, keys, and small accessories
Includes rugged carrying strap and ID tag

Interior Features
Lightweight shock absorbing frame
Soft velvoa lining

Comfort & Convenience
Padded handle grip secured by Velcro
Velcro 'quick lock'
Organizer built in exterior pocket
Shoulder strap included
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Website: http://www.ptcases.com
Keywords: Combination Pro Pac Trumpet / Flugel Case
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Review Date: 3/26/2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Well Constructed! Great Compartments!
Cons: Wish it had wheels!

 
This case came with my new Kanstul CCF 925 Fugelhorn when I bought it nearly two years ago. It is an EXCELLENT case all around!

The features I like most are:
(4) grommets for your mouthpieces that keep your mouthpieces in place.
It is roomy enough for my vinatge Bb trumpet (Connstellation), which has a 5 1/4-inch bell.
My Kanstul Custom Class Flugelhorn fit like a glove in its compartment space.
The roomy outside compartment is an understatement!! It's more like enough room for a family of four. I can get all my "Stuff" plus some in it.

The only negative thing I'd say about it is that I wish it had wheels. Pro Pac did come out this year with a combo case that has wheels. This company stays on top of what musicians wants!

Pro Pac gives you a lot of case for the money!
I highly recommend them.
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Review Date: 10/9/2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $90.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Provides superb protection for your instruments and it's light weight for its size
Cons: No storage inside for anything but your horns.

 
This is a great case that supports a wide variety of manufacturers and configurations. My only beef is that all the storage is in the side pocket of the case, which provides little protection for your smaller items. This is a huge bag to tote around when you consider all your mutes, stands, etc. will need to ride in another bag.
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Review Date: 7/15/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $120.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Storage room in outside pocket, thick padding, good protection
Cons: Bulcky and Heavy

 
Great case! A little on the heavy side though. It easily holds my sonare Bb trumpet
and my cerveny flugel. The outside pocket easily holds a stand strait mute, plunger, cup mute, harmon mute, and practice mute with no problem.
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Registered: May 2012
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Posts: 12
Review Date: 12/7/2012 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $125.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Durable and practical, roomy storage in outside pocket
Cons:

 
I have had my case so long (at least 12 years) that it looks charcoal gray instead of black. It holds my 4 valve Getzen Eterna and whichever trumpet I want to add. It has held an Olds Recording, a Courtois Balanced, a Selmer K-Modified, and a Getzen Severinsen, all with no problems or damage. There are spaces for 4 mouthpieces, allowing some choice (I store 2 flugel pieces and 2 trumpet pieces in mine.) The outside space has plenty of room for valve oil, cleaning cloths, music, etc. I don't store mutes in that compartment because I think that they would rapidly get damaged. It also has spaces for writing implements, etc. All in all, it is a well-designed case that is a good value for the money. I would have no hesitation in replacing it with another of the same type if the need ever arose.
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