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Bam Hightech Viola Case with Pocket Tweed

Bam Hightech Viola Case with Pocket Tweed

Length adjustable up to 43 cm (16" 7/8)

Introducing the Bam Hightech viola case with music pocket! This stylish case features the best protection with Bam's Hightech shell and signature injected foam technology. This is the same technology that has protected the most valuable instruments around the world. It's also got 2 combination locks.

This viola case is light, spacious, protective, stylish, and has space for sheet music. What's not to love!

Weight: 6 lbs. (3.3kg)


Exterior Features

  • Shells made of the Bam Hightech technique : a tripleply structure made of high performance materials (ABS, Airex foam, another type of ABS)
  • Outstanding protection and ultralight weight
  • 2 comfortable neoprene antislip backpack straps with security screw hooks
  • 2 combination locks
  • Side handle
  • Subway handle
  • Male/female airtight seal
  • Antislip and antiwear rubber patches on the bottom outer shell
  • Large external pocket: 42 x 30.5 x 2.5 cm

Interior Features:

  • Suspension of the instrument on injected foam cushions
  • Removable accessory pouch
  • 4 bow holders
  • Strap for a "Kun" style shoulder rest
  • Length adjustable until 43 cm
  • Maximum bottom width: 25.4 cm


Interior Dimensions

  • Total Length: 76 cm
  • Body Length: 43 cm
  • Upper bout: 28 cm
  • Lower bout: 28 cm

Exterior Dimensions

  • 78 x 31_x 20_cm

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Reviewed by Deb R.
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Great Case

Bought this case as a high school graduation gift for my son going off to college. Perfect for the occasion, good quality and great looks. He had done his research and found that for durability and protecting his instrument this was the one.

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