I decided that my Jacob Winter oblong violin case (760) is not enough when we talk about thermal protection. Both in summer and winter (i live in northern Italy). Otherwise i like it for suspension, facilities, etc...... but i need that help to insulate my beloved violins some better ... :)
I searched for info and opinion on the web and also here in violinist.com
Right here, i found the useful suggestion of a Gewa Maestro case. But i read discordant opinions (some good, some bad ones).
In particular, i'm interested to collect opinion from real users.
I, please, need to know it the thermal insulation that is listed among its feature is really true or not.
Another secondary subject is: does really that neck suspension sistem (with no laces) work? I see it's common in other cases in the Gewa's line.
Does it really keep the violin firm when the lid is closed?
Thank you very much in advance to everyone who will help me.
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