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Gator Trumpet Case (GC-TRUMPET)
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- Deluxe ABS exterior with heavy-duty aluminum valance
- Through-bolted handle for extra strength
- Triple chrome-plated hardware with lockable latches
- Form-fitted EPS interior with deep plush lining
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Gator Cases ABS molded plastic series of trumpet cases features a deluxe ABS exterior and a protective EPS foam protective interior with deep plush lining. The GC series of band and orchestral cases are a sturdy solution to around town travel and local gigs. These cases are reinforced by a heavy-duty aluminum valance for solid protection. The comfortable carry handle is through-bolted for extra strength. The case also has lockable chrome plated latches as well as a generously sized accessory compartment and carry strap included.
The Gator Cases GC series of band and orchestral case models include GC-FLUTE-B/C, GC-CLARINET, GC-ALTO SAX, GC-ALTO-RECT, GC-FRENCH HORN, GC-TENOR SAX, GC-TROMBONE, and GC-VIOLIN 4/4. The GC-TRUMPET dimensions are 22” X 10” X 6.5” and fit standard sized trumpets such as Bach, Yamaha, Mendini, Bontempa, Conductor, Jean Paul, and other popular models.
Gator Cases is known for manufacturing innovative products designed to protect! We offer a wide range of available sizes, materials, and protection levels, for all types of instruments and gear including Frameworks stands, Rackworks install racks and accessories, and Protechtor drum cases. It isn’t hard to find a great reason why Gator should be the brand you trust to protect your equipment for life!
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They are also extremely durable...We took them on the Vans Warped Tour this summer and they protected our instruments through a great deal of torment, like having heavy gear fall on them in the trailer, being dropped, and being continually exposed to severe weather conditions (extreme heat, flooding, etc). They are inexpensive, readily available, and cheap to ship. They are generally more compact than other cases, making them easier to check onto airplanes and pack into vehicles.
I highly recommend!
I ordered this case as the project shell for my wood flute DIY case. It has a great solid plastic outer shell and a nice red velvet interior with some molded hard foam for holding a standard flute. I removed the lower section of the foam and replaced it with some "pick and pull" foam for a pelican case that I purchased separately. That allowed me to make new cutouts to hold the wood flute to the exact size. I was even able to reuse the red velvet to cover over the replaced foam so it looks very nice. It is now holding my very old wood flute securely and safely and I do not worry about transporting it to rehearsals etc. The latches are secure (although I wish they were the double lock kind - I expect if you dropped it, they might pop open).
Unfortunately, this past weekend, one of the locking clasps on the outside of the case has stopped working. It was a cold night (they were marching in a Christmas Parade) so maybe the cold affected the lock however it has not corrected itself. The other lock is still working so we're still good for now I guess...
I play on a 1927 silver Conn alto, with a gold washed bell. I used to play on Selmer horns, but they are incredibly expensive, and I still say that NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING, sounds like a Conn.
I unloaded the trunk, one of kids fell hard on the driveway while running, the other one started screaming for mommy (even though I was right there.... typical...) and things quickly went nuts. I grabbed my stuff (thought) and ran inside with a screaming kid and another yelling "mommy!" and went to work disinfecting the scrape. It was a fun way to return home.
An hour later my wife says: "honey, please go down to the store and get..." I forget what. It was now dark.
I got to the car, turned it on, and began to back up. I heard an awful sound. I stopped the car without going too far.
There was my alto case (horn inside), broken. Thank GOD the horn was entirely unharmed. All I did was nudge the case with the car. But the case was SHOT.
I had an SKB case that looked at lot like this one for my tenor years ago, so I found this one online and purchased it. I am really glad I did.
It is a sturdy, well made, hard case. The inside is universal enough that it fit my old 1927 Conn saxophone perfectly, with the end cap on. (I had to get an end cap specially made for the tenor so it could fit the SKB case)No room for much in here save your horn, your neck, your mouthpiece. Your neck strap and small reed case will have to go into the bell. I have bag for this purpose.
I have a hard and fast rule: do NOT buy gig bags and soft cases. Good thing. If I didn't follow that rule, my horn would now be flattened and I would be looking for a new one. This case does everything I need it too.
I do not know where this case was made. This company is US based, and manufactures here and in China. They are building a new plastic molding factory down south, and they seem committed to US manufacturing. I wish they would simply close up shop in China and do the right thing and make these cases here, but at least I know I did not purchase this from a company that is entirely off shore, and does no U.S. manufacturing.
This is a solid case, and it meets my needs well.
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