Beato Cordura or Tuxedo Bags?

Mikeberk1

Member
Your thoughts? I gig maybe once or twice per month. Otherwise, the drums stay packed up in my apartment.
 

Mikeberk1

Member
Six Piece Kit, Six Bags.

Gretsch USA Custom with GTS mounts.

16 x 20 BD
7 x 10 TT
8 x 12 TT
12 x 14 FT
14 x 16 FT
5 x 14 Ludwig Supraphonic Snare

Not that any of that matters. Just trying to get some opinions on the two different bag manufacturers.
 

thechief7676

Senior Member
Can't go wrong with any Humes & Berg cases. If you decided on the Tuxedo bags I would suggest getting their DrumSeeker line for a few buck more. I have both and prefer the DrumSeekers.
 
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The Old Hyde

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Six Piece Kit, Six Bags.

Gretsch USA Custom with GTS mounts.

16 x 20 BD
7 x 10 TT
8 x 12 TT
12 x 14 FT
14 x 16 FT
5 x 14 Ludwig Supraphonic Snare

Not that any of that matters. Just trying to get some opinions on the two different bag manufacturers.
Protec makes a 3tom bag. you stack them inside. Construction of the bag is top notch and it is fully padded and comes with dividers to seperate the drums. I took a chance buying them, i was also lookig at all of the other brands but I didnt want a pile of bags laying around when not in use. I fit my 13, 16, 18 and my snare as well as my pedal bag inside 2 bags now. I have another bag for the bass, one for cymbals and one for hardware. Just something concider.
 

Mikeberk1

Member
Thanks for the good advice. People really seem to dig the Tuxedo Bags. The Beato Cordura bags that are made in the US look pretty good too! We'll see. I live in the city so the drums are never set up in the apartment. Getting the Protec multi tom bag won't work since stacking in the closet is how I tidy the place up. Typical 600 sq ft. shoe box apartment.

:)
 
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