Selmer CT131 Leatherette on Wood Screwbell French Horn Case - Black w/ Storage Compartment

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  • Solid case but does not fit every instrument
  • January 09, 2014
  • By: J_Alfred_Bloomington_III

This is a good vinyl-covered wood case. Form factor is about the size of a small rollerbag suitcase, and probably would fit as a carry-on on a most modern, non-regional jets. The latches on the model I tested were a little wonky, however; had I kept it, I would have added an additional luggage strap around the case to prevent accidental opening. I rejected this case only because it did not fit my 6802 Hans Hoyer Heritage horn.

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Henri Selmer began manufacturing clarinets and mouthpieces in Paris, 1885. In 1948 the successful Bundy plastic clarinet was introduced, and today Selmer is known for high-quality worldwide including saxophones, clarinets and trumpets along with many accessories.