John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. introduces the new range of Kinsman instrument cases, available in two distinct varieties.
First up are the Kinsman Premium ABS instrument cases. The guitar case (KGX9000) and the bass case (KGX9600) are both suitable for left or right-handed instruments, and cost £89.99.
Protection comes from the cases' ABS – acrylonitrile butadiene styrene – outer material.
Inside, the instrument is tucked up in a soft plush lining, with extra room for leads and accessories. On the outside are chrome-plated clip-over catches (one has a ring that allows you to padlock the case shut – padlock not included) attached to a hardened aluminium valance.
Also new from Kinsman are guitar (KPX300) and bass (KPX600) Premium EVA instrument cases, at £79.99 each. EVA – ethylene-vinyl acetate – is a type of deeply compressed foam rubber. Encased in a nylon cover, it features storage space for leads, picks, tab or lyrics books.
The Premium cases come with a built-in three-figure combination lock. They also come with a carry handle and a strap so you can sling them across your back when you're on the move.
The new Kinsman cases are available now. Prices stated are UK RRPs.
Kinsman cases at JHS: www.jhs.co.uk/kinsman.html
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