TKL Zero Gravity 5-String "Light Weight" Banjo Case - for 5 string banjo
We are not carrying the TKL Zero Gravity case anymore.
After using the TKL Zero Gravity I found it hits you in the back of the legs when you carry it with the back pack straps. Also, on the TKL zero gravity foam case the nylon pieces that hold the case lid up when the case is open ripped really quickly. That problem ended up causing one of the hinges to come lose and the screw holding it on stripped making it difficult to repair.
We do have the Guardian Light Weight Banjo Case which I use and prefer. It costs less too.
The Guardian Ive been using for awhile and works much better. It comes with shoulder straps too which makes it really easy to carry. The Guardian is as light or lighter, it's just as strong and the foam protection is thicker. Also it protects my banjo better because the banjo fit's tighter in the case than it did in the TKL Zero Gravity. I use the Guardian for my heavy flathead tone ring Masterone style banjo. It helps a lot in making it easier to carry, especially because I can put it on my back like a back pack. The lightweight Guardian banjo case doesn't bounce off the back of my legs when I'm carrying it on my back like the Zero Gravity banjo case did. That was pretty annoying to say the least.
Here is a link if you are interested in the
Guardian CG-012-J Hard Foam Feather Light Banjo Case
Thanks again, Ross Nickerson (Owner of BanjoTeacher.com)
Link for Guardian Light Weight Foam Banjo Case
TKL's Tough-Core Foam TKL's Durable, Water Resistant 1200D Nylon
Providence Forge Zippers
Comfort Grip™ Padded Handle Wrap
Contoured, Thickly-Padded, Soft Plush Interior
Large Interior/Exterior Accessory Pockets
TKL's 24/7 Protection
TKL's Limited Lifetime Warranty
We can only ship cases separately to US residents