SKB SKB-360 Tenor Trombone Case

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The SKB tenor trombone sax is made from molded plastic and has molded-in bumpers for added strength. Rubber feet, plush lining, 3 heavy-duty latches and hinges. Fits straight tenor trombones with 8" bell.

SKB is a premier supplier of musical instrument cases. SKB builds their products with military-spec, ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene and premium hardware. All SKB hardshell cases are unconditionally guaranteed forever. That means if you break the SKB-360, they will repair or replace it at no cost to you.


 
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SKB-360 Tenor Trombone Case
 
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(8 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

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By John-_hwi0

from Georgia

Comments about SKB-360 Tenor Trombone Case:

I've owned a couple of these SKB cases. For the most part I like them as a safer alternative to a "gig bag" which means you shouldn't used this in any way other than the way you would use a gig bag. One case was destroyed when I loaded it with other equipment. It was crushed between a couple Avil type cases. The trombone survived. I intended to use the case as a carry-on for planes because they don't fit well in the overhead compartment. The second case I purchased I did check in as baggage (with Fragile stickers). It went halfway around the world and back without a problem till the leg from BWI to Atlanta. The luggage monkeys did their thing and crushed my new SKB case, no damage to the horn. They did buy me a new case.Bottom line...treat it as if you would a gig bag.

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(42 of 86 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great case for a really small bore tenor and good quality.

By Timothy Word

from South Carolina

Comments about SKB-360 Tenor Trombone Case:

I bought this case for my daughter who plays trombone in Jr. High. She plays a 50+ year old silver Conn with frosted bell. This instrument is very small bore and it fits very snugly in the case. I had to modify where the slide fits in because her slide was longer than the space provided by about 1/2 of an inch. The quality of the case seems to be good for the price and the latches are very secure. My complaint would be that there is barely enough space provided for a water bottle and mouthpiece. There is no place provided to put the mouthpiece so you must choose one of two very small little compartments that don't quite close completely when a mouthpiece is in it. Overall, I believe the instrument is well protected.

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(61 of 137 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Durable, at the slight expense of practicality.

By Sean-rpwmG

from San Clemente, CA

Comments about SKB-360 Tenor Trombone Case:

I bought my SKB on the advise of a sax player who trusted his case enough to store his vaunted Mark VI within. The durability of the SKB was put to the test on a bus trip to a marching band competition. Just we pulled out of our school's driveway, we heard a loud cracking noise. It was the sound of one of a saxophone case falling out of the bus and rolling for several yards. Apparently, the driver had forgotten to close the cargo doors on the side of the bus. Fortunately for that sax player, the damage received was minimal: a scuff on the case. His instrument, a custom Yamaha, remained in pristine condition. Case in point - your instrument is well protected. On a more specific note, the trombone case is well designed, but not without flaws. My King 606 fits VERY snugly. There are two compartments for supplies, but there is just barely enough room for slide cream, a spray bottle, and one mouthpiece. This is necessary for protection. On a brighter note, it does its job very well. It is very lightweight for such a durable case, and comes with D shaped hooks for a shoulder strap. The clamps holding it shut are very secure, yet easy to open. Finally, it is a good price for the quality, and I would give it 4.5 stars if I could. Make sure that your trombone is small enough for this case - if not, the "Tenor Trombone" variation is a superior alternative.

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