There are a number of threads at this site on cases. Mostly, they are like the threads on strings; everyone has their favorite case and there is at least one vote for every type of case. I have a Bobelock that cost less than $200, is quite sturdy, has the suspensionair feature and room for two bows. My question is primarily directed to those at the site who make or sell instruments. What features are necessary for a good case for the vast majority of us who are not professional soloists travelling constantly all over the world? If you are not a dealer but have chosen an expensive case because it has a feature that is necessary to you, please feel free to explain why the feature is necessary and which cheaper cases you considered. This is NOT an invitation to tell us why you like your case.
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