I purchased a new Elrick a few months ago and when the bass arrived I noticed that the music store shipped it with a piece of foam wedged between the inside end of the case and the bass head stock. Seems the TKL Elrick case isn't exactly "form fit" and the foam kept the bass from sliding around in the case. I finally got tired of seeing that ugly piece of foam rubber in the case so I went to a local fabric store and found some material that matched the case interior exactly. If this is typical of all Elrick cases and yours has the same problem, you may want to modify your case in a like manner. All you need is a small piece of material that matches the bass case interior, a piece of styrofoam, some foam rubber and a glue gun. I'll attach a couple of pictures. If you have trouble finding the crushed velvet material (and your case has the same green crushed velvet interior) let me know and if you'll pay shipping I'll send a piece of the fabric large enough for you to make the required spacer. I bought a fairly large piece of material and have enough to do 10-15 cases.