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Wooden Contrabassoon Reed Case (6 Reeds)

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CHF 38.00
CHF 38.00 - CHF 38.00
Current price CHF 38.00

This contrabassoon reed case is made from clear varnished maple wood & firmly holds 6 contra bassoon reeds in a rubber ribbon type strip. The case is fitted with brass pillar hinges & strong magnets keep the contrabassoon reed case safely shut. read more...

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Product Description

This contrabassoon reed case is made from clear varnished maple wood & firmly holds 6 contra bassoon reeds in a rubber ribbon type strip. The case is fitted with brass pillar hinges & strong magnets keep the contrabassoon reed case safely shut.

Contrabassoon reed case made in the UK

Customer Reviews

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Kevin H.
Lot of case for the price

Case is very light but solid and the magnet catches provide a secure closure. Well designed to allow reeds to breath. The lid and base are recessed so the reeds fit at a slight tilt to allow the reed blades to overlap. The case can easily accommodate straight and tulip cut reeds.

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Johan S.
Excellet

Got my contrabassoon reed box within just a few days after ordering. The invoice came with a small message in my native language which I found very pleasing.

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Karl V.
Great construction and looks beautiful.

Great construction and looks beautiful. Reeds fit nicely as well. Great product.

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Doug M.
Nice case

It's a sturdy, lightweight case.

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Swee t.
Contrabassoon reed case

Well made wooded reed case. Magnet closes the case well and it is also relatively easy to open. The spacing for the reed is, however, a few millimeters too narrow for baroque bassoon reeds.