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Can I build my own case? Where can I find plans?

Our readers have built guitar-shaped, odd-shaped, and rectangular cases with success. We do not know of any detailed plans. Rectangular cases are relatively simple to build, and there may not be commercial cases available for unusual instruments. Most folks who've built a guitar-shaped case report feeling that it wasn't worth the time it took to build, and wish they'd bought a commercial case first and designed their instrument to fit it. It takes about as much time to build a guitar-shaped case as it takes to build a guitar, and your case will almost certainly be heavier than a similar commercial case. You should decide in advance if this is a project in which you want to invest a significant amount of time. Unless you're doing it for fun you may be better off designing your instrument to fit a commercial case. 

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