French Horn Case - Screw Bell Model

Item # CT123
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  • Large traditional case
  • January 09, 2014
  • By: J_Alfred_Bloomington_III

This is a large, hard-side case. The 3rd central latch adds a lot of confidence to the closure. Though bulky, there is little question that it will protect the instrument well. I had to reject it, however, because it did not accommodate my Hans Hoyer 6802 horn. The foam blocks on the lid are too large and it would not close without applying a lot of pressure, which made me uncomfortable. There did not appear to be any way to move or adjust these blocks. Otherwise, this would have been a good case for checked baggage, if required.

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