Thompson Edition Horn Cases and Mute Bags

Our firm-sided horn cases are designed to offer the convenient portability of a gig bag while maintaining the high degree of protection of a traditional hard case. Our unique construction allows our cases to be lighter than most other models on the market, and yet offer considerably more substantial shock-absorbing material to protect your valuable instrument. All models are supplied with multiple straps which allow the case to be easily carried either over the shoulder or as a backpack. All cases are finished in heavy-duty cordura with noble black leather trim, and most models are available in black, burgundy, marine blue, or pewter gray exterior with charcoal gray or black interior. The extra thick, resilient padding adapts itself to fit and hold firmly and securely virtually any standard model of horn. All of our cases include an ample outside pocket for carrying music and slots for two mouthpieces. The cut-bell cases also include a detachable accessory pouch. Our cases are handcrafted in the European Union, and we stand behind their quality with a two-year repair or replace warranty - which is rarely found in the instrument-case business.

Both the detachable-bell and fixed-bell models will appropriately fit almost all of the common brands of double and single horns. Owners of detachable-bell triple horns other than those of Alexander and owners of detachable-bell horns with Yamaha or Engelbert Schmid rings, please click here for further information.

Also available separately are our cordura mute bags, which fit any straight mute including the long Rittich-style (Thompson, Lewis, TrumCor, Balu) mutes, and clip easily onto any of our cases, or most other manufacturers'.

Black Cut Bell Case






 Case for detachable-bell horn, black

 Compact rectangular flight case for detachable-bell horn, matte black

 Horn mute case, black

 Horn mute case, marine blue

 Horn mute case, burgundy

A friendly note from our lawyers: our philosophy has always been that protection of the instrument is the single most important criterion in a case, and we believe our cases offer the best protection of any viably portable case on the market, but no case can protect a horn from severe shocks and impacts. So if you drop your horn from a second-story window, or under the wheels of a tour bus, please don't blame the case for any imperfections which may result! We unfortunately cannot accept responsibility for any damage to any instrument which may occur while using one of our cases.