Young violin cases
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Young violin cases
Feb 23 2012, 11:30 PM
Joined: 12-January 09
From: N.E. England
Member No.: 52007
Does anyone have any experience of the 'Young' violin cases?
I'm looking for a shaped case for a full-size violin. I need a decent music pocket and rucksack straps plus an ordinary carry handle. Space for a Kuhn shoulder rest would be ideal. I need to case to be weather-proof enough for a 30+ minute walk in heavy rain (without ending up with a wet inside or soggy music). Price limit ideally ?80 including postage - could maybe stretch to ?100 if I really skimp on food for the next few weeks, but that would be the absolute, absolute maximum (so please don't point me to the Gewa cases, which are beyond my limit). It needs to be a shaped case because I'm finding that my current oblong one is totally impracticle on crowded busses and I need something which I can sit upright on my lap or squeeze in front of my legs. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
Feb 24 2012, 09:36 AM
Joined: 13-December 03
From: North Surrey
Member No.: 275
I don't have experience of the Young case you mention, but one possible idea -
This case - Hidersine piccolo
This waterproof cover
This would give you a solution that fits into your 80 quid budget.
I have a piccolo case and am pleased with it - it does the job of taking a slightly oversize full-size violin and Wolf Secondo shoulder rest.
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