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Leather brasswind bag ” euphonium, bell-up.
A well made bag has been known to lead to feelings of euphoria and this superb bell-up euphonium case by Reunion Blues feels mighty good. A rigid plastic end piece and durable exterior keep your horn safe while its adjustable backpack straps make it easy to get it to the show.
Reunion Blues instrument bags are distinguished by elegant design, are made of durable leather or fabric, offer protection of a unique double-foam system, and have soft fabric linings, roomy accessory pockets and shoulder or backpack straps for easy transport. They are constructed so as to provide a snug fit without damaging pressure on sensitive instrument components. They also come with a limited lifetime warranty.
Rigid plastic end piece for bell area
Adjustable backpack straps
Zippered pocket for accessories
Brushed steel hardware
Protective bottom feet
Unique double-foam system
Soft fabric lining
27"L x 15"H x 11.5"W
Order a euphonium bag now and a feeling of euphoria will come over you.
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I am an active performer and high school band director. I've had this case for a several years and use it for my Willson 2900s. This gig bag has excellent padding and is extremely well constructed. The zippers are strong and work easily. The back-pack straps are tough and stitched very firmly into place. For a gig-bag, it offers great protection for my Willson and the leather still looks great after several years of use. HOWEVER, about 1 month after using this bag, I noticed severe tarnishing of my instrument occurring. Dark blue and black tarnish began occurring at an alarming rate. At first I was not sure why this was occurring and could not figure out why my euph was doing this. After experimenting with several situations over 2 more months - found that it was ONLY after placing my horn in this case overnight did it tarnish. The tarnish became progressively worse for each night I left it in there. Conclusion: this Reunion Blues ($400+) case was causing tarnish to my instrument. When I contacted WWBW, I was told that they would not replace nor refund the case and said "..that is not our problem..." I then contacted Reunion Blues - they apologized but said they would not replace the case, and said I should buy or make a "tarnish bag." I made one and have used it with moderate success. However, my beautiful Willson 2900s is no longer a brilliant white silver, but has a blueish-nickle look to it. It may be a fluke that only THIS case caused tarnish and you may have better luck...but is it worth $400 to risk it?
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