Hohner C12 Harmonica Carry Case

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Deluxe harp transport!

The Hohner C12 Harmonica Carry Case is constructed of high-impact ABS plastic with a solid aluminum valance. The Hohner harp case offers maximum protection for harmonicas, while still being lightweight. The Hohner C12 case holds up to 12 diatonic and one chromatic harmonica. Case dimensions: 12-3/8" x 10-1/2" x 2-3/4".
Note: This item is non-returnable unless defective.

  • Holds 12 diatonics and one chromatic
  • Tough ABS plastic

Quit carrying your harps around in a lunch sack - order your case today!

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By Stephen IronMan McNatt

from Bjuv Sweden / Idaho USA

Comments about Hohner C12 Harmonica Carry Case:

I just got this case and not bad at all nice look to it. I will haft to get another now as the old leather briefcase I was using looks really shabby next to it. The inside lining could be a bit more padded and I would have liked it to be a little bit bigger to put the leads in there to but over all a nice case for a great price. I will and DO! recommend this case for the beginner to the old fart pro like myself.

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This is a great, little, harp case!

By Tim Hodge

from Chicago Suburbs, IL

Comments about Hohner C12 Harmonica Carry Case:

I am not a professional player, but I still needed a good, reliable, inexpensive case to organize my many harmonicas. This Hohner case fits the bill exactly. It is sturdy and since I don't do paying gigs, the price was right. Plus, if you don't have a chromatic harp, you can use that slot for a microphone. It does not have that vintage look like some of the more expensive cases, but if you drag it behind your car, spill some beer on it and grace it with a couple of cigarette burns, it will look pretty darn authentic.

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