TKL Cases Introduces Line of Black Belt Cases

The cases were developed for parlor and student-sized guitars and ukuleles.

Richmond, VA (August 8, 2017) -- The success and growing popularity of in-school, after-school and private music programs has increased the demand for student model guitars and ukuleles here in the U.S. and around the world. To support this growth, TKL Products Corp. is a proud sponsor of music education programs organized by industry association such as GAMA (Guitar And Accessory Manufacturers) and GITC (Guitars In The Classroom). And, to support this trend, TKL has developed new models of its lightweight, strong and affordable Black Belt line of soft cases for parlor (3/4" and 1/2") student-size guitars and ukuleles.

Black Belt cases are priced to fit every budget and feature a host of TKL exclusives, including a rugged T-Cord 600 exterior, Cushion-Soft lining, Cellulair protective padding, Providence Forge® zippers and a comfort-Grip Series I handle. Available models include:

  • #4675 Traditional 3/4-size guitar case
  • #4650 Traditional 1/2-size guitar case
  • #4649-S Traditional Soprano Uke case
  • #4649-C Traditional Concert Uke case
  • #4649-T Traditional Tenor Uke case
  • #4649-B Traditional Baritone Uke case

In addition to these Parlor guitar and Ukulele models, the Black Belt series offers cases for all types of acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitars, resonator guitars, lap steel guitars, banjos and mandolins, plus many string, wind and percussion instruments— making the line highly recommended for students and semi-pros as well as school music programs. To learn more visit an authorized TKL retailer, contact a TKL sales representative at (804) 749-8300 or visit www.tkl.com.

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