Protec Contoured Baritone Sax Pro Pac Saxophone Case

4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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  • nylon
  • Lightweight shock absorbing frame
  • Soft plush lining
  • Built-in organizer to hold pens, keys, and small accessories
  • Water and abrasion resistant 1680 gauge ballistic nylon exterior
  • Shoulder strap
  • Made in China
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This PRO PAC features our proprietary heat formed wood shell and accommodates both low A and Bb models. This case also features a roomy eterior pocket with built-in organizer and shoulder strap. Velcro 'quick lock', lightweight shock absorbing frame, soft velvoa lining, roomy eterior pocket, built-in organizer to hold pens, keys, and small accessories, includes rugged carrying strap and ID tag, 1680 gauge ballistic nylon eterior; water and abrasion resistant, black powder coated hardware, rubberized grip handles.

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 16.5 x 44.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002E53DS
  • Item model number: PB311CT
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 25, 2004
  • Average Customer Review:
    4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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By ljones on September 30, 2013
Color: Black
I had this case before and would carry it by the shoulder strap. One day the hook came undone and the horn+case fell a few feet down to the floor. Bent the entire neck receiver in about an inch. $3700 in repair work later, my horn was ok again. The case is ok, unless dropped--it just simply doesn't provide enough protection in certain fragile areas. However, at this price point, it's probably one of the best cases on the market. 2 stars for protectability, and 4 stars for value, average it out to 3 stars.
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The used Baritone sax I bought came with an old case that smelled of mildew. The Protec case was recommended by my Sax technician and it's worth the money. The neck/mouthpiece holder fits inside the bell of the sax and was surprisingly well designed. Exterior compartment has plenty of room for sheet music (without folding it), reeds, cork wax, neck strap, water bottle, etc. All said, I wouldn't trust the airlines (baggage) with my horn in this case. I'd want a hard-shell case before I did that. Also, it fits in the small trunk of a BMW 135i convertible!!! Detailed listing should state exact dimensions.
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I was hesitant to buy this case from reading the reviews. But this is a great case. I prefer a full zipper versus clasps. There is no chance of the case opening and the horn fall out. My other case has 3 latches. The case will protect your horn. It is solid. I am not talking about putting on a plane, but for gigging, it will work great. I bought it for a Armstrong bari, which fits great, but it also will hold my Keilwerth SX-90. I like the case so much that I swapped the Keilwerth to it. I have a pro-tec for my tenor. I have used it for about 15 years, the strap lost a rivet, so I put a screw in the case and it works fine. I am more than pleased with the purchase. It is a solid case and a great value for the money.
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It protected my old Bundy well during marching band. The old wood case was falling apart so I needed to get a case that wasn't going to cost $1,000, with that much money, I could sooner buy another instrument. The shoulder strap made it easier to haul around and the instrument sustained no damage getting shoved into a trailer to go to band contests almost every Saturday A very good case at a good price.
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I enjoy carrying my bari now and have carried it a mile, each way, to gigs and practice sessions using the Protec Padded Backpack Strap (sold separately). The weight difference between this and a traditional wooden case is not as dramatic as some commenters have stated, but the backpack straps make all the difference in whether I can leave the car at home. The negative is that the internal foam padding is very soft and can be easily compressed to almost nothing. I would be afraid the sax would get damaged if the case ever got dropped. I may add some padding myself for that reason. Another design enhancement I would suggest to Protec is reflective stripes. I don't want my entire back covered in black when I am walking or bicycling along a road at night. Because the case does not have that safety feature, I dress my case in a reflective vest.
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First case showed up and didn't close properly (would have crushed the horn!) I took pictures and contacted ProTec. Within 24 hours, I had an email back saying that it looked like the alignment was off on the case (a rare problem), and to give them my address so they could send a replacement out ASAP. They also provided a free FedEx label to return the defective case. Replacement case turned up in a day or two and was *perfect*. I don't like the weird hand-muff-turned mouthpiece and neckpipe holder... but other than that, its a pretty damn slick case.
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By cameron on November 23, 2014
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this case was expensive in my opinion but totally worth the cost. it was a lot lighter and firmer than i expected. i have a selmer usa 156 bari and it still fits in the case with no problems. not to forget the exceptional build quality and 5 year warranty.
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I bought this to carry my old Buescher Aristocrat baritone. The horn fits well enough, and the case is clearly well made. I expect it will wear as well as the other Protec cases I've bought -- which is to say "well".

I'm not too impressed with the padded pouch for the neck and would have preferred to see a fitted compartment inside the case for the neck and mouthpiece as with the tenor and alto Protec cases. Also, the shoulder strap is designed so that it must be removed on one end to open the case. That one makes me scratch my head a bit and it shouldn't have to be that way.

Otherwise, it's a great case, lots of storage room in the external pocket, and it clearly protects the horn well -- which is it's primary purpose. If you don't mind the little odd things I just mentioned, it's well worth the money.
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