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I was trolling through Lee Valley Tools a few days ago and checked out the bargain bin. Perfect! They were selling off purple velvet pouches ( I think they were originally for planes ) with a gold draw cord . One lousy dollar.Now I don't have to keep my neck in a Crown Royal bag like everyone else.
 

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I love Crown Royal bags. It's the best thing about the whisky.

I have full sized ones for my necks, and minis for mouthpieces
 

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Yep.. But you usually have to ditch the Royal Crown bag before you start playing in a Baptist church. ;)
 

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Enviroguy said:
Yep.. But you usually have to ditch the Royal Crown bag before you start playing in a Baptist church. ;)
How dare they make assumptions!:D
 

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hakukani said:
I love Crown Royal bags. It's the best thing about the whisky.

I have full sized ones for my necks, and minis for mouthpieces
How many necks?

I drink Scotch, I bought a few Kiwi Neck packs.
 

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I used a neck pouch with 2 additional spots for mouthpieces with my tenor in a shaped case. For my alto in a regular square case I use a thick washcloth and keep the neck in the bell. Keeps it safe from the junk rattling around in the storage compartment.

How thick are these Lee bags?
 
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