Clavia Nord Soft Case 76

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Soft Case

  • Upholstery: 30 mm
  • With wheels and pockets for accessories
  • Internal dimensions (L x W x D): 1240 x 370 x 150 mm

Suitable for:

  • All Nord Electro HP models
  • North Stage 76
  • North Piano 2 HP
available since November 2006
Item number 108200
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Length in mm 1240 mm
Width in mm 370 mm
Depth in mm 150 mm
Wheels Yes
Padding in mm 30 mm
342 €
All prices incl. VAT
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Durable, plushy case - well worth the extra money.
Tristan328 19.05.2013
Nord keyboards are the best in the business and their cases are no different. It folds up nicely and so can sit on top of my wardrobe, something which wouldn't have been possible had I bought a hard case. It's a very durable case and doesn't look set to break anytime soon and I've used it a lot to carry round my keyboard, both using the handles and wheeling it down many a road to a gig.

It's well worth spending the extra £20 and buying the Nord-designed case as opposed to a hard shell flight case, it's well worth the investment.
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Solidly built but too heavy
Grumpy Old Man 04.05.2018
As to be expected from Nord this case is of excellent quality- stable with good internal padding, fitting the instrument very snugly.
However at ca 9 kg it is simply too heavy, making a total weight when packed with insturment, pedals etc of well over 20kgs.
Considering that the keyboard itself is not that heavy, I wonder why it was necessary to build such a strong case.
Unfortunately by the time I concluded that this case wasn't for meI had missed the 30 days period for return (and Thomann wouldn't be sweet talked into extending it!). Since I bought the isntrument in March a new Thomann keyboard case - Voyager 4 - has become available which the Keys guys recommended to me, so that will be next on my shopping list.

Conclusion- if you are gigging heavily, throwing the insturment in the back of a bus with loads of heavy gear and have a couple of beefy mates/roadies to help, then the Nord case is probably ideal. For the more casual/less intensive traveller, especially if you are out on your own, without others to call on for help in lugging then I would look for an alternative.
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Super!!
Ronald Trijber 14.01.2019
After falling in love with my HP76 and taking it out:
A must have!!!!!
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could not stand
Luis_Khu 21.11.2020
could not stand. not stable enough
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