My violin case is wearing out after 4 years...it was cheap to begin with I think. I sewed an outer piece of fabric on it back together about a year ago, but now one of the hinges is almost completely off; it's kinda difficult to close unless the hinge is positioned perfectly. :p Time to go shopping for a new one!
What are some good violin case makers/brands to look for?
Are there any specific models to look for?
Preferably, I'd like to find something under $300, but I might be able to go a bit higher if I find one that I really like.
The one I currently have is a soft, shaped one. However, I'm open to trying out an oblong one. I would like one that is black on the outside. As for the inside, I'm not extremely picky...but green fabric would be a plus. Just as long as the case protects my 93-year old violin well, it lasts for more than 5 years, and I can carry it to school easily(I don't mind it being heavy, but I don't need it to be like 50 pounds or something!), I'm happy.
Thanks a bunch! :-)
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