Re: Best Hard Case For Around $100?
I suppose the thing to do with the Walt Johnson case would be to get one of the neck bags to store the neck with the horn, and keep mouthpieces, extra reeds and accessories in a seperate briefcase. I saw a post on here a while ago, where someone was making mouthpiece cases for sale. It looked like a pretty good idea. I bought a leather briefcase to keep my mic, extra reeds, reed cutter, and accessories in, so that whatever horn I decide to play, I don't have to transfer all my gear. They are great cases, but expensive and without much room. The SKB's are a nice case for the money though, and offer more protection than the soft gig-bag style cases.