About Cedar Creek Cases

Cedar Creek Custom Case Shoppe is located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our beautiful location in Oilville, VA provides the perfect backdrop for America’s time-honored tradition of custom building. Since our inception in 1992, Cedar Creek has proven to be the leader of quality built high-end custom instrument cases. Tom Dougherty founded the custom shop with the idea of bringing unparalleled quality and service to every customer. He had a vision of supplying each customer with a choice. Cedar Creek custom cases are built with handpicked wood, the best quality Providence Forge® hardware and the industry’s finest interior linings and exterior coverings. Tom also wanted to raise the standard of custom case building, by adding a unique quality, unlike any other custom case company offered. To accomplish this, he blended the finest skilled craftsmen, along with select materials and began building Cedar Creek cases right here in the U.S.A.

Today, Cedar Creek designs and builds custom cases for some of the industry’s top musicians, such as, Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Eric Clapton, Jerry Douglas, Ralph Stanley, Charlie Daniels, Al Di Meola, Ritchie Sambora and many, many more. We have been chosen as the exclusive custom case provider for the world’s premier luthiers and high-end instrument builders. Cedar Creek is also dedicated to helping customers individually design the case of their dreams. The custom shop will make one case or as many as you would like. We leave it up to you to choose from a variety of interior, exterior and hardware offerings. The custom shop also offers you the opportunity to further customize your case by adding any of the following features:

Solid Brass Hygrometer/Thermometer
Satin Shroud
Personalized Nameplate
D-Rings to enable the use of a shoulder strap.

Please feel free to design a case using the “build your own case” feature on our website. Thanks for taking the time to visit our website. We are proud to be America’s Custom Case Company!

Keeping with tradition… One case at a time.