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Thread: Cushy case cover, backpack converter, music storage for shaped tenor cases

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    Default Cushy case cover, backpack converter, music storage for shaped tenor cases

    Just received this: https://www.sharmusic.com:80/Cases-B...for-Violin.axd

    Happy to find out it fits pretty well, not too sloppily, over standard shaped tenor hard (wood) cases. Keeps peripheral stuff in one place.

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    Doesn't quite fit an Oahu baritone hard case from HMS... 0919191926_HDR.jpg
    Maybe the viola version *might* https://www.sharmusic.com:80/Cases-B...-for-Viola.axd

    EDIT TO ADD: "OK, it's been a few days & I've decided it IS a bit swimmy. Hope I didn't mislead anyone. It's definitely still a keeper.
    Alternatives to this could be multi-tennis racquet bags, but I don't want to take the time to hunt & peck, buy & return/donate."
    Last edited by Wukulele; 09-25-2019 at 07:23 AM.
    keeping an eye out for a very special pre-owned concert....

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    That's a great idea.

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    I like those kind of innovations, very thoughtful.


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    Thanks for sharing.

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    OK, it's been a few days & I've decided it IS a bit swimmy. Hope I didn't mislead anyone. It's definitely still a keeper.
    Alternatives to this could be multi-tennis racquet bags, but I don't want to take the time to hunt & peck, buy & return/donate.
    keeping an eye out for a very special pre-owned concert....

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    Good day. There is not always enough internet to go directly to the video platform. In order to convert Youtube video to mp3 file I am using Youtube-MP3.me. This is the best and most efficient converter I've come across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wukulele View Post
    OK, it's been a few days & I've decided it IS a bit swimmy. Hope I didn't mislead anyone. It's definitely still a keeper.
    Alternatives to this could be multi-tennis racquet bags, but I don't want to take the time to hunt & peck, buy & return/donate.
    I like the idea of that backpack cover and particularly so for the larger instruments, it’s an enabler (frees up a hand and carries the load easier) and it being a bit of a sloppy fit wouldn’t be as issue for me (that’s potentially carriage space for a few other needed items, and it don’t matter that much if the extra space isn’t used).

    I’m mostly a Soprano player so if needed then perhaps a traditional large rucksack might hold a Soprano hard case for me. Whatever, thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by Graham Greenbag; 11-06-2020 at 07:12 AM.

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    Clever idea. I should get them to protect all my hard cases.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    I have a nicely padded Fusion gig bag similar in construction. It won't hold a ukulele in a hard case though, just the uke and some accessories. But I do like the back pack style straps. Great for bicycling somewhere.
    I don't want to live in a world that is linear.

    I just want everyone to understand that I am not a ukulele expert, even though it may look at times like I'm pretending to be.

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    The advantage of lockdown for me is that a lot of videos and music online are freely available

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