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Nomad Multifit Fiber Tom Case
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The Nomad Fiber Tom Cases have the following diameters and adjustable depths:8" case has a 10" diameter and an adjustable depth of 6"-10".10" case ha...Click To Read More About This Product
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Lightweight, durable, adjustable protection.
The Nomad Fiber Tom Cases have the following diameters and adjustable depths:
8" case has a 10" diameter and an adjustable depth of 6"-10".
10" case has a 12" diameter and an adjustable depth of 8"-12".
12" case has a 14" diameter and an adjustable depth of 8"-13".
13" case has a 15" diameter and an adjustable depth of 8"-13".
14" case has a 16" diameter and an adjustable depth of 10"-16".
Nomad drums are fabricated from lightweight, durable fiberboard with water absorption inhibitors. Reinforced with protective metal hardware, all attractively chromeplated. Contoured injection-molded handles. All handle mounts are double reinforced. One-piece, wearproof strap design, secured with a nonslip toothless buckle. All drum cases are a Multifit design with an extra-deep lid that permits each case to accommodate drums of different heights, so if you change a drum, you don't have to buy a new case.
Reinforced with chromeplated metal hardware
Contoured injection-molded handles
Wearproof strap design, secured with a nonslip toothless buckle
Order some Nomad Fiber Tom Cases for all your toms today for armor on a budget!
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Comments about Nomad Multifit Fiber Tom Case:
These cases appear to be basically a hard type of cardboard. They will not stand up to any serious use. They are good for storage and/or occasional gigs, but that's about it.
If your looking for cases to use for any serious giging, get something else.
The adjustable size if very convenient.
The "fiber" material is very low strength and poor quality.
They are relatively inexpensive, but... ya know what they say.