Flugelhorn/Trumpet Combo Case

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Etiennse, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. Etiennse

    Etiennse Pianissimo User

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    Anyone know of a good one to purchase? :dontknow:
     
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  3. Vulgano Brother

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    Wolfpak is a good way to go.
     
  4. barliman2001

    barliman2001 Fortissimo User

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    Get yourself the cheapest Jupiter Flugel. Great horn, and it comes with a superb case that can handle up to two additional trumpets. Backpack straps, additional space for music stand, music and mutes, and even rollers... it's worthe the money!
     
  5. gbshelbymi

    gbshelbymi Mezzo Piano User

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    I have the Vax Protec case and it's great.
     
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    I have used the Coyote bag from Torpedo for my Kanstul Flugelhorn with over-sized bell and my Bb trumpet. It also has room for two trumpet/flugelhorn stands, a 4-pouch mouthpiece holder, valve oil, case strap, and I have the two strap on mute bag/music pouch options. The nylon is half the price of the leather, and wears well. I beat the heck out of my cases traveling several days a week with these horns, and do not have a rip, scratch or tear anywhere on the case. I highly recommend this case.

    Coyote: Options
     
  7. Kang-Ling

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    can you take it into an airplane ...???

    room for piccolo ¿?¿?
     
  8. gmonady

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    You cannot get it on a peddle hopper, in fact, I can not even get my Loredo into a Peddle hopper compartment, but it should fit well into a larger plane. Must admit, I only take my single horn Loredo with me when I have flown, so I cannot comment on the Coyote. The Coyote I take with me in the car and our GMC van when we travel out of the area. The Coyote actually fits nicely under the back seat of the GMC van. That is impressive.

    As for a piccolo, the Coyote is actually ideal for a Flugel, trumpet and piccolo. Since I don't have a piccolo, I use that compartment for the trumpet/flugel stands, mouthpiece holster and valve oil.
     

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