The JP Pro lightweight trombone case fits all JP Rath trombone models (excluding the Alto and Bass Trombone).
It succeeds in amalgamating maximum convenience to carry, versatile functionality and a high level of protection.
We haven't found a tenor trombone yet that doesn't sit securely in it. Excellent value for money.
- Adjustable padded blocks
- Seperate secure slide section
- Removable mouthpiece pouch
- Internal stroage compartment
- External A4 music storage
- High quality YKK zips throughout
- Backpack and shoulder straps
Read a review of the JP854 Pro Trombone Case from Principal Trombone of the City of London Sinfonia, Dan Jenkins:
"The JP854 has a lot going for it. In design, theres more than a passing nod to the Marcus Bonna brand in America, with various moving parts inside. But with these adjustable features comes flexibility, and the facility to put any shape or size of trombone in there, fill up the spaces and have the instrument sitting snug and secure. Its a sort of Tetris for trombone players! And if you want to fit other items in there, some books or overnight touring accessories, just take out the moving part, the space is well used.
Outside the case, a variety of solid straps means there are four different ways of carrying the case (this is surprisingly useful when travelling), and it feels snug on your bag if you use it as a rucksack. Theres the vital compartment for music attached to one side, wide enough for a big score, or several excerpt books, but even with all these useful features, the bag doesnt feel cumbersome, and having used it for several weeks now, including a tour, it has become my day-to-day number one gig bag. But the big USP to prospective buyers is the price, equivalent or similar bags retail at around $800. Im happy to recommend this product to any player looking for a good, solid and functional new gig bag."
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