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A standard trap case with cymbal, pedal and snare compartments, as well as a hardware storage tray on top....
A great value on a sturdy and economical hardware case.
Protechtor Cases' Classic Series Accessory Case provides strength, durability and simplicity for whatever you...
The first generation "taxi" case specifically designed for easy access in and out of cabs with increased...
A modular-type case for cymbals and an assortment of accessories such as snare drums, stick bags or pedals....
The drummer has a lot to bring to the table in any band. Timing, rhythm, effects, the beat—you provide it all. Of course, having such a big impact on the sound comes with one drawback: you also have the biggest kit to transport. When cymbals and drums go into their own cases, you're left with a pile of strands, traps and assorted odds and ends. This is where hardware cases, gig bags and covers enter the scene. Whatever your needs, there is a case available to satisfy. From specialty bass pedal bags to expansive all-in-one solutions that store and organize your entire array of hardware, you are free to pick and choose the right case (or cases) for your individual tastes and demands. For the frequent traveler, often hauling gear from place to place, a wheeled "tilt and pull" bag may be the best choice. These gig bags offer the ultimate in portability and convenience, easily able to be pulled along through parking lots, airports, backstage and more. If you're often on the road in a van or truck, something more durable may be in order. Consider a rigid case, with a hard protective shell to defend your gear against the toughest traveling conditions. Rigid cases are available in a variety of forms, and some feature soft, non-abrasive linings to help maintain the finish on your valuable hardware. If you want the best of both worlds, choose a wheeled rigid case and never worry about your hardware transit arrangements again. With a job as important as yours, you want to know that the tools of your trade are in good hands. When you pack your hardware in a high-quality case, gig bag or cover, they will be. From show to show, your equipment will stay in great shape and you'll be organized enough to make setup and tear-down a breeze.