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Designed with functionality and style, this sleek case protects up to 10 saxophone reeds. It has a flat surface to keep your reeds from warping, is l...Read More

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Keep your reeds well preserved.

Designed with functionality and style, this sleek case protects up to 10 saxophone reeds. It has a flat surface to keep your reeds from warping, is lightweight, virtually indestructible, and features a spring-loaded closure.

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  • Protects up to 10 saxophone reeds
  • Prevents warping
  • Lightweight design
  • Rugged construction

Protect your treasured favorites. Order this reed case now.

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ProtecSaxophone Reed Case
 
4.3

(based on 15 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great for Alto and Clarinet; not very good for Tenor

First off, I really like these cases. They hold a good amount of reeds and the reeds don't warp. Also, while mold grows easily when I use the Rico or Vandoren enclosed cases...Read complete review

First off, I really like these cases. They hold a good amount of reeds and the reeds don't warp. Also, while mold grows easily when I use the Rico or Vandoren enclosed cases (maybe because I live in a high humidity area), these keep reeds mold free. There's room enough for a Rico humidpak if you're into that and it still stays free of mold. I use them for both Alto and Clarinet. It doesn't work that great for tenor though. Tenor reeds hang over the edge and depending on the cut of the reed, the case might not even be able to close. When I do get tenor reeds that fit in the slots, I can only use one half of the case because if I tried to use the other as well, it wouldn't shut. Also, the reed slots aren't identical. It's not an issue with alto reeds, but some slots are a little smaller and it feels like you really have to force a tenor reed in there. So the best case scenario is that you have 5 tenor slots instead of 10, and you can leave the other 5 empty or use them on Alto reeds. If you're handy, you might be able to saw off the ends of you tenor reeds slightly to make them fit. Although it may be described sometimes as an alto/tenor case, it is really just an alto case that may or may not be able to accommodate a few tenor reeds. So, highly recommended for Alto and Clarinet. Not recommended for Tenor reeds.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Nice with a Flaw

Really nice case if you're playing synthetics, but for real cane, I'd want a spring clamp on the reed tip to keep it from warping like the old metal Rico keeper had.

Really nice case if you're playing synthetics, but for real cane, I'd want a spring clamp on the reed tip to keep it from warping like the old metal Rico keeper had.

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5.0

Just what i needed

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from Albany, NY

Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

I've been using this reed case for a while and have had no problems with it so far. It does its job well and keeps my reeds from warping. I play an alto so i know it holds that size reed well but not sure about tenor. As far as I'm concerned this is a great product and is very affordable.

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3.0

Nice with a Flaw

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from Buckhannon, WV

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

Really nice case if you're playing synthetics, but for real cane, I'd want a spring clamp on the reed tip to keep it from warping like the old metal Rico keeper had.

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3.0

Nice with a Flaw

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from Buckhannon, WV

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

Really nice case if you're playing synthetics, but for real cane, I'd want a spring clamp on the reed tip to keep it from warping like the old metal Rico keeper had.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I use this more than my Hygrocase

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from Indianapolis

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

This product is meant to protect any type of saxophone reed. While it worked very well with my Alto reeds. Trying to fit my Tenor Reeds in the case was a bit of a hassle. I'm not saying your Tenor Reeds won't fit. I'm just saying you'll have to push them in a little harder to close the case. Other than that it does what it says it does. I have had warped reeds. All I have to do is stick them back in the case and a couple of hours later the reeds are slightly "fixed". It's really great.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I use this more than my Hygrocase

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from Indianapolis

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

This product is meant to protect any type of saxophone reed. While it worked very well with my Alto reeds. Trying to fit my Tenor Reeds in the case was a bit of a hassle. I'm not saying your Tenor Reeds won't fit. I'm just saying you'll have to push them in a little harder to close the case. Other than that it does what it says it does. I have had warped reeds. All I have to do is stick them back in the case and a couple of hours later the reeds are slightly "fixed". It's really great.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Reed Case

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from Oxnard, CA

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

Don't believe what the other negative reviewers have written. This is an excellent reed case that gets the job done and is available for a fraction of what the others cost. I ordered one for saxophone and clarinet.

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5.0

Excellent Reed Case

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from Oxnard, CA

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Don't believe what the other negative reviewers have written. This is an excellent reed case that gets the job done and is available for a fraction of what the others cost. I ordered one for saxophone and clarinet.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Solid!

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from San Diego, California

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

Great case! Keeps reeds mold-free and unwarped as long as you wipe the reed clean before you put it in the case. I've had mine for 6 years and it's still holding strong despite the abuse I've put it through.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Solid!

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from San Diego, California

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

Great case! Keeps reeds mold-free and unwarped as long as you wipe the reed clean before you put it in the case. I've had mine for 6 years and it's still holding strong despite the abuse I've put it through.

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(39 of 39 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great for Alto and Clarinet; not very good for Tenor

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from Houston, TX

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Comments about Protec Saxophone Reed Case:

First off, I really like these cases. They hold a good amount of reeds and the reeds don't warp. Also, while mold grows easily when I use the Rico or Vandoren enclosed cases (maybe because I live in a high humidity area), these keep reeds mold free. There's room enough for a Rico humidpak if you're into that and it still stays free of mold. I use them for both Alto and Clarinet. It doesn't work that great for tenor though. Tenor reeds hang over the edge and depending on the cut of the reed, the case might not even be able to close. When I do get tenor reeds that fit in the slots, I can only use one half of the case because if I tried to use the other as well, it wouldn't shut. Also, the reed slots aren't identical. It's not an issue with alto reeds, but some slots are a little smaller and it feels like you really have to force a tenor reed in there. So the best case scenario is that you have 5 tenor slots instead of 10, and you can leave the other 5 empty or use them on Alto reeds. If you're handy, you might be able to saw off the ends of you tenor reeds slightly to make them fit. Although it may be described sometimes as an alto/tenor case, it is really just an alto case that may or may not be able to accommodate a few tenor reeds. So, highly recommended for Alto and Clarinet. Not recommended for Tenor reeds.

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