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Massively obvious, and I’m sure I’m not the first to do this, but I definitely recommend this hack if you have a Bam Cabine. Just attaching these adhesive feet to this case really improves it’s function I found it so slippery before and never felt confident leaning it upright against a wall
I’ve added an Amazon link for the feet below, but there are tons of others available.

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Massively obvious, and I’m sure I’m not the first to do this, but I definitely recommend this hack if you have a Bam Cabine. Just attaching these adhesive feet to this case really improves it’s function I found it so slippery before and never felt confident leaning it upright against a wall
I’ve added an Amazon link for the feet below, but there are tons of others available.

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JamieJazz: That's something useful, considering the slippery finish on the case.
Also, I miss my old Reunion Blues leather case because it was much lighter and one could carry it vertically 'cause it had a leather handle at the top. Good for wending your way through a crowd.
On top of that, it doesn't really fit a Selmer Ref 36 well. I have to squash it down at the bell end,
But thanks for the feet link.
 
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