The Kennedy Classic Violin Case is an exclusive design built to our specifications, created by working directly with the case maker. By far our most popular case overall, you'll find that the Classic Case has all the beauty, practicality, and durability you're looking for in a violin case. Each interior color option is deep and vibrant. At an amazingly affordable price, the Classic Case offers you the elegance, detail, and quality manufacturing that retail violin shops typically sell for hundreds of dollars more. At Kennedy Violins, our goal is to make professional-quality instruments, cases, and accessories accessible to all musicians — from beginners to experts — at a fraction of traditional retail prices.
The Classic Case has a strong, full-wood shell design built to protect your violin for years to come. The hardware is of the highest quality, including genuine YKK zippers, strong metal hardware, and screw reinforcements throughout to provide strength to stress points. Exterior material is double stitched. The case even has a high-quality brass hygrometer to measure humidity levels wherever you are. The case comes with two padded straps with hook ends that can be attached to strong D-rings at many points around the case, providing carrying options such as on the shoulder, across the chest, or as a backpack.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Aug 2014
I found this case a few years ago, but only recently was able to buy it. Before Kennedy Violins shipped it, they wanted to make sure I was okay with the extra cost of bringing it over the border (I live in Canada). I felt very happy that they would care that much about my satisfaction with their product. Shipping didn't take long at all (except for the bit of phone tag we played). When I got the case I was very pleased with how it looked (it looks VERY nice and much better than my old one) and once I opened it I realized just how much space this case has! The backpack straps are wonderfully convenient and my violin is well protected (my sister dropped it the other day and I wasn't even concerned). I would definitely recomend this case. However if you live in Canada near enough to the border, I would suggest having it shipped to a third party shipping company to reduce the cost by a little as I had to pay just over a hundred dollars in customs, so every little bit helps.