|Project by tedkeys||posted 08-12-2016 02:21 PM||301 views||0 times favorited||1 comment|
I play an EWI. That is, an Electronic Wind Instrument. It is an electronic version of a saxophone. You blow in the end of it and press the keys as if you were playing a real saxophone, and the synthesizer makes it sound like any instrument you want. Anyway, there’s a lot of stuff to carry around to rehearsals and gigs.
This case is for a Yamaha WX-5 instrument with a VL70-m synthesizer. The case houses the instrument, synthesizer, amplifier, speakers, battery, and battery charging circuitry.
While my previous WX-5 case worked well, it was large and heavy. It had to be plugged into a power outlet to work. This case is smaller, lighter, and battery powered, thus much more portable. The Tolex covering will stand up to wear and tear better than the finished wood of my previous builds.