Double Soprano Cardboard Case

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June 2, 2011 by Tim


necessity is the mother of invention, right? Well then, it just bore a new case!
I needed a case to hold the Brad Donaldson and the Martin S1, and figured why have 2 cases when I can just make one.

All it is made of is Found cardboard, Found 1/2″ foam, roll and half od zebra duct tape, a ton of Gorilla Duct tape, Some velcro, and a piece of rope. Took about 3 hours of fiddling with the design to get this one.

There is padding at the bottom and they slide in with a piece of cardboard between them. Then the sides fold in to fold the head in place, kind of like a wine glass box. All I know is that it works and the ukes don’t move in transit. I figure one I make enough of these I will do a full “How-To”

If you are going to Ukulele World Congress this week-end you will see this crazy thing.

Ukes Secured

Free floating Ukes

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4 thoughts on “Double Soprano Cardboard Case

  1. Ralf says:

    Very cool.

  2. Dolly says:

    Very clever 🙂

  3. bonesigh says:

    Great! Love this idea!

  4. ukulefty says:

    That is very creative!!

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