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Old 06-20-2009, 09:41 PM
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Default SKB 3315 hardware case

I have one of these on layaway at a local music store. Seems like a good product. Anyone have experience with it?
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Old 06-22-2009, 09:22 PM
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Default Re: SKB 3315 hardware case

these are great cases. i dont have one but i have used it. the expanding roller handle seems a little flimsy but is plenty strong. plus, if it breaks skb will give you a new one. unfortunately, i need a case tat is a bit longer (so i dont have to break down my stands). i got one of these from gator. its longer but thinner, more like a keyboard case...
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these are great cases. i dont have one but i have used it. the expanding roller handle seems a little flimsy but is plenty strong. plus, if it breaks skb will give you a new one. unfortunately, i need a case tat is a bit longer (so i dont have to break down my stands). i got one of these from gator. its longer but thinner, more like a keyboard case...
Thanks for the advice. I know SKB makes great cases. I have one of their Freedom cases, marketed for drum hardware and golf bag transport. It's very tall but I have a small car and it's just too hard to get in, so I'm looking for something more compact. I have a no-leg hihat stand clamped to a cymbal stand and it's a pain to disassemble, but it will fit nicely into the 3315 hardware case. I wanted to go with the equivalent-sized Hardcase but they are no longer available in the U.S.

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i needed something that will house flatbased straight stands at their full height.
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