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Bam Trekking Double Clarinet CaseThe BAM cases are clearly some of the best cases on the market today and are the choice of more pros and schools. The patented weather guard forming technique provides outstanding protection against temperature changes as well as every day knocks and bumps.
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I had been searching for a lightweight replacement for my old wooden Leblanc double case and Cavallaro cover for many years. My criteria in selecting a replacement case were that it must be light weight, have backpack straps, hold my instruments safely and securely, look professional, and have sufficient storage. I found the perfect replacement in the BAM Trekking Dbl. case. I typically carry my Bb and A clarinets, 2 mouthpieces with ligatures and caps, 5 barrels, cork grease, music folders full of music, humidifier, and swab. I can fit all these things in the BAM case without even opening the expandable laptop compartment. The zippered music compartment accommodates large band folders easily and keeps music dry on rainy days. My only minor gripe is that I prefer the smooth, cool feel of my old Cavallaro cover to the rougher touch of the BAM Trekker's Cordura.
I would like to say that this case is nothing short of amazing. The foam inside is NOT styrofoam, as many cases are. In fact, it is high quality, airtight insulated foam. The spaces provided for each segment of the clarinets are deep and snug so the instruments do not roll around or bounce. Another great thing about this case is the HUGE amout of space in it. You could easily fit a laptop plus 10-20 different thicker music books into it as it has the standard music pocket, which in itself is very spacious, plus a gigantic expandable auxillary pocket in the back of it. The straps it comes with, which are backpack and one shoulder strap, are very comfy and are easily adjustable. The quality and design are ingenious. Really, the only downside I can think of is that it is a bit big and clunky, but you will get used to it since it is very light. Overall, it is completely worth the larger price tag and I advise getting this case for any pro or higher level serious student.
This case is incredibly light. It has lots of room for accessories and music. This case can even hold my Macbook in the expansion pocket! It would great for any musician who travels.
I recently received my second BAM Trekking double clarinet case. I am replacing my first one, which was purchased almost exactly 12 years ago. I think it's important for those considering these cases and those who have owned them for shorter periods of time to have some insight into my 12-year experience with this case. I was a senior in high school when I bought the first one. I was a particularly detail-oriented, careful teenager, and I was proud that my easy-to-blemish Buffet case wasn't too beat-up after having it for 4.5 years. Within the first week of owning my case, the strap that connects the top to the bottom inside parts of the case to keep it from opening too far (like a clam shell) snapped off the top portion of the case. Within about 6 years, both the zippers that zip around the expandable back pocket of the case had become too stuck in the expandable material to move them, and I could no longer use the backpack straps because the expandable portion of the case made it hang away from my body like an accordion. Last year, the top compartment's zipper came off its track of zipper teeth and I was unable to fix it. 2 weeks ago, the teeth for the main instrument compartment stopped working on the right half of the case. According to their site, it might be possible to have this kind of damage repaired for free *if you still have proof of purchase*. Unfortunately, my dad had thrown out the receipt. Those who have owned these cases for an extensive period of time know that the zippers are a risky situation, and the fact that they have a section on their website dedicated to preserving the zippers is testament to this issue. I'm hoping that this newer-model case will be more durable, but only time will tell. Regardless, I'm going to do my best to never use the zippers quickly and to always exercise extreme caution when zipping up the expandable compartment in the back.
This case is particularly excellent for those who live in colder climates, and I love being able to store plenty of music, my reeds, my peg, and my Dr. Beat in its compartments. However, if I still owned the double case that came with my A clarinet, I would have bought the Altieri bag instead of another BAM case.
As the other reviewers point out, the BAM is very rugged. Its ample padding can protect your instruments from quite a bit of abuse. BUT ... it's size is huge and the interior storage space is minimal. Many reed holders will not fit inside and there's not a lot of room for reeds, knife, cork grease, pencils, tuner, metronome, water canisters, repair parts, etc. There's no place for a backup mouthpiece and ligature. In view of its large size, it's amazing that there's so little space for internal storage of accessories. There are two large pouches for extra storage, one on the top and the other on the bottom of the case. The one on the bottom of the case is useless for bulky items because if you put stuff (metronome, tuner, reeds, etc) in there, the bottom bulges out and it will not be stable when sitting on a flat surface. The top pouch is designed for music but if you put too much there (or if you put in accessories), the weight can cause the case to tip over backward and spill its contents causing serious damage to your instruments. The bell and lower joint on my "A" clarinet were destroyed in that way. This case is very expensive and, for that price, its design should have been much better. Overall, I would say it's good for students that wear it like a backpack, but poor for others.
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