Stomvi Quad Trumpet case

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$675.00 $425.00

Stomvi Quad Case

Measuring 23” wide, 15” tall and 7.5” deep without music pouch, it features a hard polymer shell with foam interior, backpack and shoulder straps, a snap on/off music pouch, adjustable interior partitions, mouthpiece pouch, and 2 carrying handles.

It will fit 4 standard length trumpets or a combination of C, Bb, piccolo, and D/Eb. It can also be configured to hold one standard large trumpet, a flugelhorn with a bell diameter up to 6.6 inches and a piccolo trumpet in a rather compact safe hard shell case. It will fit in the overhead on large aircraft. On smaller aircraft it will most likely need to be gate checked.

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Stomvi Quad Case

Measuring 23” wide, 15” tall and 7.5” deep without music pouch, it features a hard polymer shell with foam interior, backpack and shoulder straps, a snap on/off music pouch, adjustable interior partitions, mouthpiece pouch, and 2 carrying handles.

It will fit 4 standard length trumpets or a combination of C, Bb, piccolo, and D/Eb. It can also be configured to hold one standard large trumpet, a flugelhorn with a bell diameter up to 6.6 inches and a piccolo trumpet in a rather compact safe hard shell case. It will fit in the overhead on large aircraft. On smaller aircraft it will most likely need to be gate checked.

Specifications

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 26 x 16 x 10 in

1 review for Stomvi Quad Trumpet case

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I purchased one of these (rebranded Bags of Spain) after doing lot of research and having owned a Marcus Bonna, Torpedo Coyote, ProTec, WolfPak, Walt Johnson, and many other cases. I wanted something with the versatility of a full quad and being able to use with a flugel/Bb/piccolo case without killing my shoulder and back from the weight. This case has been great, protective, and holds my Bach Stradivarius flugelhorn which not only has a very large wrap but also a third slide that extends even further down. While it looks like it may compress the valves when you first put the flugelhorn in it doesn’t. With the piccolo pad on top of the flugelhorn I can put any mutes I need for a jazz gig in the case with Bb/flugelhorn. The piccolo pad holds the piccolo very securely which is great since I do a lot of pit orchestra work and need that configuration frequently. There is great isolation from other horns in the case and the recessed area for the second valve slide is a nice feature. It is very quick and straight forward to reconfigure which is a nice plus. The removable music pouch is big enough to put a normal 3-ring binder inside or an iPad Pro and a few more things. The case fits under the seats of a large passenger van or in the overhead in most airplanes and it feels good to carry on your back. It does collect scuffs on the fiberglass parts but a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser cleans those up easily. A+!

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