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Gewa Strato Deluxe Violin Case Red

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Gewa Strato Deluxe Oblong Violin Case Red

Weight: Only 4.8 pounds!

The Gewa Strato Deluxe violin case is one of the lightest wooden-framed suspension cases ever made! It features a teflon-coated screw attached cover. It has a very simple, yet elegant design. It features 4 bow holders, and one very spacious accessory pocket. What makes this case deluxe is it's plush velvet interior.

About Gewa

Originally founded in 1925, Gewa has built a reputation for itself as the creator of some of the most indestructible cases in the world. It is a trusted brand among top musicians such as Elisabeth Pitcairn, Midoi, Jan Vogler, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Mira Wang, and many more. Gewa cases have protected priceless instruments for decades, and each case is carefully devised, designed, and developed in Germany. Gewa holds several patents, such as the swivel bow holder, neck support, material, and many more. With a name like Gewa, you know your beloved instrument is well protected.


  • Made in Germany
  • High-density polyfoam shell with wooden frame
  • Good break resistance
  • Good thermal insulation properties
  • GEWA patented swivel type holder and flexible bow holder
  • Large accessory pocket
  • Protection blanket
  • Inside plush velvet padding
  • 2 backpack straps
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Great experience

Great experience, This is one of the best cases I have ever used with quality and light weight capability. From ordering, to receiving the case Was a effortless experience. Very satisfied with everything. With also a great price.

Highly recommend everyone to get their cases from here.

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