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    Any rumors about new ridged foam cases for the Kala UBass?

    My Kala UBass came with a gigbag with minimal protection. The Kala hard shell case is heavy and bulky. I was hoping Travelite had a case I could use.

    Ed
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    Currently strung with D'Addario EJ65T strings and an Aquila Red low G-String.

    Kala UBass SSMHG-FS
    Solid Spruce top and solid mahogany B&S ( I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edspyhill05 View Post
    Any rumors about new ridged foam cases for the Kala UBass?

    My Kala UBass came with a gigbag with minimal protection. The Kala hard shell case is heavy and bulky. I was hoping Travelite had a case I could use.

    Ed
    are you looking for the ACOUSTIC or the SOLID-BODY U-Bass?

    I have a rugged canvas-covered polyfoam case i got that is slightly oversized and works for the Hadean acoustic uke bass, I will have to find the link where I got it from...might have been smallguitars.com, it was dark blue (not black) with strap handles and zipper closure, I will try to post the link...if I can find it...

    I currently use a Lanikai 'HARD BAG' baritone case for the Hadean solid-body uke bass, but it presses on the tuner buttons...so not ideal

    last week, Rondo Music had tolex-over-hardwood cases for $50, which I may option for, myself, but as of now, cannot even find the item listed on their web site....
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