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 Clarinet Case
Author: MGT91123 
Date:   2013-02-13 20:26

So I decided it's time for me to get a new case to hold my clarinet. I'm not sure if this one would be right.
Has anyone used it?
If anyone has suggestions, it needs to have these things,
1. A shoulder strap
2 Place for all my books of music {3 books, 1 binder, 2 folders, and 1 tic book} and reeds etc.
3. under $50 and be purchased on amazon.com.
I play a Vito student clarinet, if that helps.

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2013-02-13 20:34


I don't think binders or folders will fit as it's only the size of a single case.

If you want to carry boos and other stuff all together with a clarinet, then a holdall such as a ProTec or similar would be better, provided your existing clarinet case fits in it.

Former oboe finisher
Howarth of London
1998 - 2010

The opinions I express are my own.

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: pewd 
Date:   2013-02-14 00:16


- Paul Dods
Dallas, Texas

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: Curinfinwe 
Date:   2013-02-14 00:35

I had that case when I was a young student and didn't like it. The backpack straps are very uncomfortable and get in the way when you're not using them, and if you have anything in the outer pocket then the case becomes unbalanced and will fall over when you try to set it upright. Also it's definitely not big enough to hold any music or books at all.

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: sowilson 
Date:   2013-02-14 14:11

My daughter likes the ProTec LX307. It's a clarinet case (front part) with a fairly deep bag to hold music and stuff. Very nice case.

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: Brent 
Date:   2013-02-14 16:36

If your existing case is still functional, how about keeping your existing case and getting a multi-purpose bag that will hold that case and all the other stuff you want to have held? I found one in an office-supply place that works perfectly for me.

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 Re: Clarinet Case
Author: crelias11 
Date:   2022-06-15 22:07

I’ve checked with numerous music dealers for a Bb clarinet case made from materials that would prevent or at least slow down the tarnishing on silver keys. I have read that the glue could be a possibility from my repair guy. Someone mentioned a case with a lot of stitching less glue used. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks

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