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Kaces III Nylon Drum Hardware Bag
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The Kaces drum hardware bag is ready to go on the road, thanks to its high-quality nylon outer shell and tough, tear-resistant lining. Luggage-grade ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Convenient, durable drum hardware bag.
The Kaces drum hardware bag is ready to go on the road, thanks to its high-quality nylon outer shell and tough, tear-resistant lining. Luggage-grade zippers can take a beating, as can the rugged bottom section. Features 3 large exterior zippered pockets for easy access to vital accessories, a center strap with quilted pad, a padded shoulder strap, and interior straps to secure hardware.
- Tough, tear resistant interior lining
- Luggage-grade zippers
- 3 large outside pockets
- Interior straps to secure hardware
- 36" length
Haul your hardware with this road-tough bag!
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Sometimes you find yourself in a drum department thinking "I really need something other than a duffel bag to carry my hardware around in." That's about the time when you think it's a good idea to purchase this. Unfortunately, you really shouldn't give into this line of thought. Although it does have wheels(which work pretty well) this bag WILL FALL APART AT THE SEAMS! I've owned this for two years while playing out on most weekends. There is NO WARRANTY so basically you pay for what you get and once it breaks you either need to buy a new one or be a damn good seamtress. I would highly recommend saving your money and investing in a SKB case(lifetime warranty).
This bag has held up well under the abuse I've put it through over the past five years. I use the longer version, and its not uncommon for me to load it down with hardware for a 5-6piece drum kit, plus a mic stand for our singer. I have a small tear starting at one seam, but as stated I've had it over 5 years, and probably loaded it down with more than it was meant for multiple times. The wheels are a life saver, and have never given me trouble(though I've "bounced" them down more than a few stairs) My only complaints are that the bag simply unzips in a straight line, so it doesn't hold itself open like "trunk style" cases do, and that the internal straps are a little annoying to deal with.