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Old 03-22-2010, 01:02 AM
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Hey, i dont know if there's already a thread about this, i did a search and i couldn't see anything/ Anyway, why do the drums and hardware get all the attention what about the things that actually get them to gigs without a scratch. They take all the dings and bangs from travel and we don't think twice, let's see your cases already :D
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mine are getting our logo put on them rt now. were are your pics? haha
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Hey, i dont know if there's already a thread about this, i did a search and i couldn't see anything/ Anyway, why do the drums and hardware get all the attention what about the things that actually get them to gigs without a scratch. They take all the dings and bangs from travel and we don't think twice, let's see your cases already :D
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Old 03-22-2010, 01:23 AM
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Funny thing about cases... I noticed that most of the wear an tear to my drums comes from stacking them up in small spaces at the gigs we do. A typical show goes something like this:

I show up with my drums and set them up - usually in the middle of the floor - then stack them up somewhere off to the side of the stage, or in some cases, on the stage. There just isn't time or space between bands for putting everything together then.

This is where the most jostling, bumping, and banging happens, and where my drums pick up most of their scratches and dings.

So I gave up on drum cases!

I drive my drums from rehearsal space to venue myself and am pretty good at keeping them protected during transport (at this point, I'm mostly worried about the heads).

I still keep my cymbals in a hard case and roll my hardware around in case with wheels, but I'm too lazy for drum cases anymore. Maybe if they actually protected my drums when they most needed it...

Edit: I still use cases for my snares.
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These are the ones that I use. Watch the vid on the link site.
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Funny thing about cases... I noticed that most of the wear an tear to my drums comes from stacking them up in small spaces at the gigs we do. A typical show goes something like this:

I show up with my drums and set them up - usually in the middle of the floor - then stack them up somewhere off to the side of the stage, or in some cases, on the stage. There just isn't time or space between bands for putting everything together then.

This is where the most jostling, bumping, and banging happens, and where my drums pick up most of their scratches and dings.

So I gave up on drum cases!

I drive my drums from rehearsal space to venue myself and am pretty good at keeping them protected during transport (at this point, I'm mostly worried about the heads).

I still keep my cymbals in a hard case and roll my hardware around in case with wheels, but I'm too lazy for drum cases anymore. Maybe if they actually protected my drums when they most needed it...

Edit: I still use cases for my snares.
Yeah i can see where your coming from, fortunately my band only does gigs where we are the only band and we dont have to do any of that messing about between bands, but yeah i can see why that would be a pin in the ass
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These are the ones that I use. Watch the vid on the link site.
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Those look like pretty nice cases man
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They take all the dings and bangs from travel and we don't think twice,
A drummer I know says that if he were to use cases for his drums, he would be more careless with them, thinking that they're protected...??? So, he compromised and got soft cases. Weirdo...

I use SKB Roto-X cases to transport my drums, and they are in pretty much the same shape that I got them in. I'm even careful with not denting and dinging my cases.

I just tried to take some pictures of my cases really quick, but the room was too dark and my laptop doesn't have a strong enough flash (Photo Booth on a MacBook). Basically, picture four stacks (floor to ceiling) of various SKB, Humes + Berg, and XL hardcases, containing drum sets and various snares. Also, I have soft cases for my doumbeks, bongos, congas, cajon and djembe.

EDIT: Oh yeah, and 5 cymbal bags and 2 SKB cymbal cases, brimming and bursting at the seams with cymbals...
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A drummer I know says that if he were to use cases for his drums, he would be more careless with them, thinking that they're protected...??? So, he compromised and got soft cases. Weirdo...

I use SKB Roto-X cases to transport my drums, and they are in pretty much the same shape that I got them in. I'm even careful with not denting and dinging my cases.

I just tried to take some pictures of my cases really quick, but the room was too dark and my laptop doesn't have a strong enough flash (Photo Booth on a MacBook). Basically, picture four stacks (floor to ceiling) of various SKB, Humes + Berg, and XL hardcases, containing drum sets and various snares. Also, I have soft cases for my doumbeks, bongos, congas, cajon and djembe.

EDIT: Oh yeah, and 5 cymbal bags and 2 SKB cymbal cases, brimming and bursting at the seams with cymbals...
I can see why someone would be a little more carless thinking there drums are protected but im the same as you i treat my cases as if they were my drums lol i hat scratching them
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Those look like pretty nice cases man
I've had no problems with the Galaxy's. The video is truthful. The price is good also.
I move my own drums to gigs and practices. If I had a crew I would use a better bag or a hard case.
The handles and the straps are strong and comfortable to hold. The zippers are also strong and they do not jam.
Im totally satisfied with the Humes and Berg Galaxy series.
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Old 03-22-2010, 02:47 AM
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i've also used this brand http://www.protectionracket.co.uk/ and they are fantastic
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I have Galaxy also for my four snares.
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Damn thats an impressive setup lol
Yeah. I weighed it all and it's around 700 pounds. Seriously.
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Yeah. I weighed it all and it's around 700 pounds. Seriously.
hey if it protects your investment then it's well worth it in my books
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I use the gator bags as well. They work good and are silly cheap. I also have a kaces snare bag that is MUCH nicer. Plush on the inside and semi rigid. As the gators break, if they break I will replace with kaces singles. And a Kaces cymbal bag. I also made my own hardware socks to individually cover my stands before jamming them in the hardware bag. I like the way the soft bags sit in my truck. No sliding around and easy to carry.
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While Heineken is a great beer on a hot day - of which there should be ample supply in Florida - I urge you to try out Grolsch. That's probably the finest beer from Holland... and it's brewed in "my" city.

To topic though... I have a hardcase hardcase for my Unix. Other than that I take some little dents in my kit for granted - I am not particularly rich (The unix was a graduation gift from my parents when I got my BSc degree) so I can't afford hardcases all around.

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While Heineken is a great beer on a hot day - of which there should be ample supply in Florida - I urge you to try out Grolsch. That's probably the finest beer from Holland... and it's brewed in "my" city.
haha, I just wanted to say that :-)

I also don't have money for cases or bags, I normally use blankets.

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While Heineken is a great beer on a hot day - of which there should be ample supply in Florida - I urge you to try out Grolsch. That's probably the finest beer from Holland... and it's brewed in "my" city.
Heineken or Grolsch...........if I only had a dollar for everytime I've deliberated that decision!!

Speaking of locally made, no pics but I use Ragone drum cases for my kit and hardware (made here in Melbourne). They were the bomb 18 years ago when I bought them, but there are far better products these days. RIMS mounts are a pain to get in and no wheels on the trap case don't make for an easy trip, but they do the job.
I also use SKB for my cymbals and two snares and another four snares are kept in Hardcase cases. Both SKB and Hardcase are classic examples of the "far better products" I was talking about!!
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I'm a Hardcase guy, too. They really are superb and worth the money.
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I decided on soft cases (Gator) because I'm only playing very small time local these days. No need to spend a bomb. Nothing could possibly happen, right?

So, just weeks after buying my new kit I'm carrying them down the stairs from my block of flats - just six steps. Well, old clumsy here decides to lose her balance and the kick drum falls and hits the brick fence. Now I have a mark on the side of my shiny new bass drum.

The irony is that I decided to do things more properly this time. It's a big step up from my "serious" gigging days - old blankets held in place with masking tape. I was a bit feral back then and didn't care, but I never marked my old kit as badly ... at least until I crashed the car on a wet night driving to a gig.

Maybe Caddy's friend is on to something? It's like not insuring your car; that sure makes you stay vigilant. Terrible risk management but I guess some people prefer to ride their luck - and their nerves.

DMC, even your cases look wonderful! Still, your lovely kit deserves to be protected.
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The combo of Gator Cases and Protechtor Cases truly offer something for everyone. I use the Gator soft bags mostly but purchased a snare Protechtor case which has worked out great. Also have the Gator drum cart which is a great value. Will post pics later!
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PS Just visited the Gator site and see they are running a contest to win a full set of cases. Might be a cheap way to get all gear protected!
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While Heineken is a great beer on a hot day - of which there should be ample supply in Florida - I urge you to try out Grolsch. That's probably the finest beer from Holland... and it's brewed in "my" city.

To topic though... I have a hardcase hardcase for my Unix. Other than that I take some little dents in my kit for granted - I am not particularly rich (The unix was a graduation gift from my parents when I got my BSc degree) so I can't afford hardcases all around.

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Solid Cases man, are they expensive?
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Solid Cases man, are they expensive?
The 13" snare case (only case I own) was 75 euros shipped.
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While Heineken is a great beer on a hot day - of which there should be ample supply in Florida - I urge you to try out Grolsch. That's probably the finest beer from Holland... and it's brewed in "my" city.

To topic though... I have a hardcase hardcase for my Unix. Other than that I take some little dents in my kit for granted - I am not particularly rich (The unix was a graduation gift from my parents when I got my BSc degree) so I can't afford hardcases all around.

Hardcase rules. They cost as much as good quality soft cases. I can toss my drums around without fear. Unfortunately, they are not sold in the US anymore. The is an 18 bass drum case at a local music store for $55 but I don't need that. I got an 18 floor tom case and cut it down and modified it to carry my Hang drum, which is delicate and susceptible to being knocked out of tune.
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I decided on soft cases (Gator) because I'm only playing very small time local these days. No need to spend a bomb. Nothing could possibly happen, right?

So, just weeks after buying my new kit I'm carrying them down the stairs from my block of flats - just six steps. Well, old clumsy here decides to lose her balance and the kick drum falls and hits the brick fence. Now I have a mark on the side of my shiny new bass drum.

The irony is that I decided to do things more properly this time. It's a big step up from my "serious" gigging days - old blankets held in place with masking tape. I was a bit feral back then and didn't care, but I never marked my old kit as badly ... at least until I crashed the car on a wet night driving to a gig.

Maybe Caddy's friend is on to something? It's like not insuring your car; that sure makes you stay vigilant. Terrible risk management but I guess some people prefer to ride their luck - and their nerves.

DMC, even your cases look wonderful! Still, your lovely kit deserves to be protected.
Sorry to hear about your bass drum. One of my toms collapsed on by bass drum last year and it bent the tom's rim flange a little bit. The bass drum has a little tiny nick in it that isn't very visible. Ironwood is gnarly stuff. I mainly have the hard cases to protect the single-point tube lugs, which are fairly fragile.
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Oh that sucks that they aren't sold in the us. im looking into purchasing Pearl Refs n=and im gonna need some more cases and i dont really feel like using softcases on those puppies no matter how good the cases are lol
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Oh that sucks that they aren't sold in the us. im looking into purchasing Pearl Refs n=and im gonna need some more cases and i dont really feel like using softcases on those puppies no matter how good the cases are lol
You can go with SKB but they're a lot more expensive, although they are made in the US. Hardcases are made in England too. Go to www.hardcase.com and see if they are available in the US again or sometimes you can find music distributors who have access to remaining supplies.

I have an SKB trap case and a Humes and Berg cymbal case. I had a Hardcase cymbal case once but I think the Humes gives much better protection. The SKB trap case was spendy but it has a few more features, like molded handles and a retractable handle. Those things add to the cost and make SKB more expensive.
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Alright,

Here are some of mine:

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Hardcase rules. They cost as much as good quality soft cases. I can toss my drums around without fear.
Not about to try that... but I think I heard you mention this before. Good to know that Hardcase really is up to the job when the spit hits the fan.
Last friday I took my Unix in the hardcase on the back of my bicycle (I'm Dutch, so... bicyclo ergo sum) to show it to some pupils of mine.
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No pictures as mine are packed in my truck ready to go to practice tonight. I use Humes & Berg Enduro hard cases for all drums. Protection Racket soft cases for everything else. I currenly don't protect my rack as I leave it mostly set up to make things faster. Protection Racket cases are superb, unless you're constantly touring using third party trucking companies. When I used to tour extensively I had everything in foam cutout aluminium flight cases. Very impractical for personal transport but the only option for trucking.
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Yeah there's nothing better then flight cases for 100% protection lol but yes i agree not the best to but in the back of a car or van lol
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just purchased this bad boy, i think it's considered a case...........
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just purchased this bad boy, i think it's considered a case...........
The amount in which that protects your gear greatly depends on your driving style... :)
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The amount in which that protects your gear greatly depends on your driving style... :)
lol i guess your right, doesn't matter how solid the trailer is if you drive like a loonie
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Common guys, I highly doubt there are only 6 people on this whole site who have cases lol get postin
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