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Tenor sax hard case (~$100 ceiling)

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I just got my Oscar Adler & Co tenor in the mail today. I want a new/basic hard case ($100 ceiling) to keep it safe around the house (I have a toddler demolition crew). I won't be flying/traveling/gigging/etc. with the horn. Must have a separate recessed spot for a mouthpiece and the neck. Thoughts?

Edit: Bell keys on the LEFT side.

This Selmer Paris case would be a great deal, but it specifies that it only fits instruments with keys on the right side of the bell.
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You can get a new Protec contoured case that will work for you. Left side bell keys are fine and it has spots for mpc and neck. Last I checked they are about $89.
That Protec case may look soft sided but, it's got a hard wood shell. I've got one. It's toddler proof. The interior fit is much better than the Gator. The Kaces polyfoam model is not a hard case.
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