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Protec MX306CT Tenor Trombone MAX Case – Contoured

         
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SKU: MX306CT

$146.25
Availability: In Stock (3)
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Product Information

The Tenor Trombone MAX case offers lightweight protection at an exceptional value. Accommodates 9.5" bell diameter and both F-trigger or Straight tenor horns, and features a lightweight rigid foam frame, backpack straps, and soft interior lining.

Comfort Features

  • Built-in padded backpack straps that can be tucked away
  • Dual corded handle design with padded handle wrap
  • Convenient subway rope handle
  • Adjustable shoulder strap included

Exterior Features

  • Lightweight rigid EPS foam frame
  • High quality plastic hardware
  • Rugged 600D nylon exterior
  • Hook 'n loop quick-lock closure
  • Long lasting custom molded zippers
  • Front-side zippered pocket
  • Small accessory zippered pocket
  • Durable molded rubber feet

Interior Features

  • Soft non-abrasive plush lining
  • 2 interior accessory compartments
  • Padded mouthpiece pouch
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