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I have a 1920's Buescher Tru Tone Curved Soprano with a fixed neck that I am in need of a case for. It is currently in a soft alto gig bag that I have padded out (not ideal, but it doesn't go far currently) however later this year I have some tours where I will need to bring it on the road with me.

Reunion Blues no longer make their leather bag (shame, because a friend had this and it fit nicely!) and I am having no luck finding anything else that might work. Does anyone have a case or know of a case that this horn will fit into?

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yeh I called Reunion Blues and they no longer make their leather cases, the one they do have does not fit the one piece horn like the other used to. They had no alternatives for me.

Checked eBay and theres nothing there at the moment, i'll keep an eye out!

Thanks for the suggestions!
 

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I loved my leather RB when I had a 20s fixed neck curvie... Strange they aren't making them anymore, you might want to keep checking here and on eBay to see if one comes up. When I got mine, I did have to make some edits to the case to get the horn to fit perfectly but it was fantastic regardless. Good luck with the search!
 

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I was in the same boat a year or so back for my King curved with a fixed neck then I found and bought this:
http://www.hickeys.com/music/woodwi...rano-saxophone-gig-bag-curved-neckleather.php
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http://www.hickeys.com/music/woodwi...prano-saxophone-gig-bag-curved-neckfabric.php

Cronkhite is apparently the person that started Reunion Blues, I had them make a red and black leather two tone bag that is beautiful. I realize the description doesn't say curved soprano with fixed neck but that's what it is. Give Hickey's a call.
 
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