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So I just recently bought a cool new (to me) Yami 875 soprano here on SOTW. The only minor problem is that one case latch sticks (and yes, I knew about this before I bought it--it was a great deal either way), and I don't like Yamaha cases enough to mess around with fixing it. Trouble is, I don't know what aftermarket case to replace it with.

Suggestions? I double a lot and am kind of a klutz, so something that can survive slipping out of my hand is indicated here. This horn comes with two necks, so whatever I get will need to accommodate that. FWIW, I've had a Protech soprano case and hated it, so unless they've radically redesigned theirs, I'm looking for something else.

Tanx in advance!
-Leanne
 

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BAM Treking - Awesome soprano case - you can leave the neck on in the case (including the bent one) if needed. I've put YSS-62 and 62R, 1920's Martin, Series II Selmer and currently my MARK VI soprano in the same BAM case. It's remarkable in that every horn seemed to fit extremely well.

This is an extremely expensive case but for me it was worth the expense.
 

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Bam Hip Hop also a good option
 
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