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JP854 Pro Trombone Case
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JP854 Pro Trombone Case

The JP854 Pro lightweight trombone case is our flagship pro level case for keeping your instrument as safe as it can possibly be. Constructed from lightweight fiberglass, the rigid structure will protect your trombone from dents, scratches and and even more serious damage. Attractively styled, the JP854 Pro trombone case also has a number of ergonomic features which sets it apart from its competition. The case features both a backpack and shoulder strap for comfort, as well as several storage compartments both internally (suitable for small accessories and equipment) and externally (suitable for A4 sheet music). A removable pouch fits neatly into the cases design with space for 2 mouthpieces. Finally a number of adjustable padded blocks enable players to customise the case to provide the best protection for their specific model of instrument. A high quality finish including YKK zips and strong stitching can be found throughout.

  
Supplied with:
JP230 RATH Bb Trombone
JP231 RATH Bb Tenor Trombone
JP233 RATH Bb/F Single Valve Bass Trombone
JP331 RATH Bb/F Trombone
JP332 RATH Bb/F Trombone
JP332O RATH Open Wrap Tenor Trombone Bb/F
Body :
Fibreglass
Slide :
Separate secure slide section
Additional features :
Removable mouthpiece pouch, Internal storage compartment, External A4 music storage, High quality YKK zips, Backpack and shoulder straps, Adjustable padded blocks
Supplied with :
JP230 RATH Bb Trombone, JP231 RATH Bb Tenor Trombone, JP233 RATH Bb/F Single Valve Bass Trombone, JP331 RATH Bb/F Trombone, JP332 RATH Bb/F Trombone, JP332O RATH Open Wrap Tenor Trombone Bb/F
The JP854 Pro lightweight trombone case is our flagship pro level case for keeping your instrument as safe as it can possibly be. Constructed from lightweight fiberglass, the rigid structure will protect your trombone from dents, scratches and and even more serious damage. Attractively styled, the JP854 Pro trombone case also has a number of ergonomic features which sets it apart from its competition. The case features both a backpack and shoulder strap for comfort, as well as several storage compartments both internally (suitable for small accessories and equipment) and externally (suitable for A4 sheet music). A removable pouch fits neatly into the cases design with space for 2 mouthpieces. Finally a number of adjustable padded blocks enable players to customise the case to provide the best protection for their specific model of instrument. A high quality finish including YKK zips and strong stitching can be found throughout.

Manufactured to a high quality standard as is expected with all JP Instruments, The JP854 Pro lightweight trombone case is guaranteed for 12 months against faulty manufacturing or materials and is fully tested prior to sale.
Dan Jenkins (City of London Sinfonia) endorses JP854 Pro Trombone Case
Dan Jenkins (City of London Sinfonia) endorses JP854 Pro Trombone Case
Category: Reviews
Posted: 07/08/2015 14:31
Views: 724
Synopsis: Dan joined the City of London Sinfonia in 2004 having worked increasingly with the Orchestra for three or four years before that. He took over from the late great Roger Brenner when he moved from Principal to Second Trombone.
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Dan Jenkins - Principal Trombone for the City of London Sinfonia
    "The JP854 has a lot going for it. In design, there’s more than a passing nod to the Marcus Bonna brand in America, with various moving parts inside. But with these adjustable features comes flexibility, and the facility to put any shape or size of trombone in there, fill up the spaces and have the instrument sitting there snug and secure. It’s a sort of Tetris for trombone players! And if you want to fit other items in there, some books or overnight touring accessories, just take out the moving parts. The space is well used. Outside the case, a variety of solid straps means there are four (!) different ways of carrying the case (this is surprisingly useful when travelling), and it feels snug on your bag if you use it as a rucksack. There’s the vital compartment for music attached to one side, wide enough for a big score, or several excerpt books, but even with all these useful features, the bag doesn’t feel cumbersome, and having used it for several weeks now, including a tour, it has become my day-to-day number one gig bag. But the big USP to prospective buyers is the price. Equivalent or similar bags retail at around $800. I’m happy to recommend this product to any player looking for a good, solid and functional new gig bag."
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