What's WRONG with
Chipboard Cases?
© Frank Ford, 9/30/98; Photos by FF, 9/30/98


Except that they're flimsy.

In adult hands, a chipboard case will provide adequate protection for carrying an instrument around:

Carrying it around carefully, that is. There's essentially no padding, so a fall from a short distance can cause interior damage.

Chipboard cases can't take much hard travel, and they tear easily:

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