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PostPosted: 05/05/2003 at 1:08 PM    Post subject: CASE FOR A TB2000 GENERIC OR OTHERWISE? link

Hello, I have a TB2000 (611). It did not come w/ a case when I purchased it and I'm having trouble finding a case that will fit. My bands getting ready to go on the road so I would like to find something pretty sturdy to put it in. any suggestions? Every generic type case I have found has been to skinny. Should I just go w/ a custom size Anvil case? -set

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PostPosted: 05/06/2003 at 11:12 AM    Post subject: RE:CASE FOR A TB2000 GENERIC OR OTHERWISE? link

anvil is def. the best, but heavy and expensive. i found a case to fit a 2000 i once had. . . i believe it was an old peavey case, maybe for one of those T-40 (?) basses?

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PostPosted: 05/07/2003 at 1:09 PM    Post subject: RE:CASE FOR A TB2000 GENERIC OR OTHERWISE? link

I have a coffin case for my TB2000 and it fits great. Not to mention it's got the ultra cool crushed velvet casket lining inside... You can pick them up for about $100 at guitar center, mannysmusic website, etc.

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