Protec MAX Series Contoured Tenor Saxophone Case - Black

Item # CT017MX305CT
| Mfg # MX305CT
| UPC # 750793612712
Our Price: $111.75
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The MAX contoured tenor saxophone case offers extremely lightweight protection at a great value!

Each features a tough nylon exterior, lightweight foam frame, soft plush lining, and separate compartments for your neckpiece and mouthpiece.

  • Carry handle features a padded grip secured by a hook n' loop closure
  • Backpackable with optional backpack strap (model #BPSTRAP)
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Subway rope handle
  • Rugged 600 denier nylon
  • Rubber feet
  • Hook 'n loop quick-lock closure
  • Large front pocket, zippered
  • Small accessory pocket, zippered
  • Soft non-abrasive plush velvet lining
  • Mouthpiece compartment
  • Neckpiece compartment
  • Front pocket: 18" x 7" x 1"
  • Exterior Dimensions: 10.50(W) x 34.00(H) x 6.50(D)
  • Weight: 6.00 lbs.
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  • *****
  • Not the perfect case!
  • May 29, 2018

First, my thanks to Cascio Music Customer Service, they were quick to respond to inquiries, and delivery of product was earlier than promised. Now, the review of the Protec Max Saxophone Case. There are some real issues with this case. I'm sure there are kids somewhere who get really jazzed about having backpack straps and carrying the sax on their back. But in this instance, the case itself suffers from having them. These are permanently attached, and when not in use are stored under a heavy flap on the back. So far , so good. There is also a pocket on the top side for storing reeds, straps, extra mouthpieces, whatever you need. Again, so far, so good. But then you have to open the case. The straps on the bottom effectively make it a rounded, uneven, bottom so the case cannot sit flat. And if you have anything in the outside pouch on the top, when you open the case, it's top heavy, which means that when you take the saxophone out of the falls over backwards. Unless you open the case on a chair with a back to support it, there is NO WAY not to have it fall over. It does 100% of the time. If you haven't taken you mouthpiece and neck out of the case before you remove the sax, the they fall out, as it tumbles backwards. While the case itself is well constructed, and the saxophone is well protected, I can't recommend this case. It's a poor design, that seems to have never been tested by Protec. It would help to have removable straps. It would also help if the support strap on the inside that holds the top, were shorter, so it doesn't lean back and tip over.

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