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Alto Saxophone Cases

Browse our range of Alto Saxophone Cases available within our Accessories Department. Our Alto Sax Cases are available at competitive prices with expert Saxophone knowledge available from our sales team who are happy to help!

  • Jakob Winter Thermoshock Alto Saxophone Case


    Outside Features:- Material technology from thermo-formed ABS synthetics- Resistant, shock absorbing hard cover- Fortified stability through an al...

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  • Eastman Fiberglass Alto Saxophone Case


    The Fibreglass cases are stylish, extremely strong & rigid. They come with padded detachable double back-pack straps. Most shaped cases are ma...

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  • Eastman Slimline Fiberglass Alto Saxophone Case


    Hard, fibreglass reinforced plastic shell - 2 nickel-plated latches - Back-pack system - Special rubber case-edge seal - Bottom studs - Lined with...

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Buy Alto Saxophone Bags & Cases

When choosing a case for your sax, there are several factors to take into consideration. Firstly and most obviously- how much protection does your sax require? The only sensible answer to this is obviously ‘as much as possible’ but this is actually a point worth a bit of thought- is your sax going to only be taken to local jam sessions in the back of your car or, at the other extreme, are you going to be in a situation where you’ll have to risk putting it in the hands of airport baggage handlers? There are options which cater for all eventualities. The other issue- what else do you carry around besides your sax? Do you need space for an A4 file, a compact sax stand (K&M Saxxy or Aureum stands can be fitted into the compartments of some cases), tuners, etc- some can even accommodate a flute or clarinet in their side pockets. The amount of extra accessories that can be stored in a sax case varies from nothing whatsoever to everything and the kitchen sink.

Weight, and the way in which a case is designed to be carried (backpack straps or shoulder slung) also come into the equation. If you’re likely to need to carry your sax around in its case (or ride a bike) some are certainly more forgiving than others.