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Sequenz launches new line of custom carrying cases

Sequenz launches new line of custom carrying cases


Sequenz has continued to expand their business from premium keyboard stands to a new series of custom carrying cases. Now with new additions to their growing line, Sequenz is making traveling easier and more efficient for musicians to transport their favorite synthesizers.

The CC-Volca and CC-Nano were designed for each product respectively, providing a soft-shell structure with a distinctive mesh design that delivers cushioning and support. Both cases securely protect each product and even offer a variety of colors to further accentuate the player’s style. In addition, Sequenz has also released the SC-EK and SC-PA, a carrying case for the 61-note EK-50 keyboard or KORG’s acclaimed Pa300 arranger. The surface is made of rip-stop materials, providing durability while remaining light-weight and portable.

Also new to Sequenz’s growing brand is the MP-TB1; a sturdy, multi-purpose backpack for the traveling musician. With three main compartments in total, the main section accommodating larger equipment, such as compact synthesizers. The second compartment is ideal for laptops and other recording devices and lastly, the third compartment holds all other personal items; smartphones, cables and other necessities. With style and support, the MP-TB1 is the ideal backpack for musicians of all types.

“Sequenz stands are durable and stylish, so it’s no wonder that the company has expanded their line,” says Director of Technology Brands at Korg USA, James Sajeva. “These cases are perfect for students, musicians on the go, and everyone in between. If you’re in need of reliable cases to travel or even store your favorite KORG gear in, these are the perfect solution,” Sajeva concludes.

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