Drum cart?

timmdrum

Silver Member
Update: I bought the Gator version of the Rock n Roller. Here's a link (I didn't buy from Sweetwater but another company):


How did it do? It broke on the first day. The little pin you push in to make the cart expand broke. It actually split. I'm getting back in touch with the place I bought it, but the problem is I'm 2 hours away from them. I hope it gets resolved. Ugh.
Has anyone tried the On-Stage version?
 

bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
Staff member
I'm very happy with my Rock n Roller R8 cart. It stays set-up while traveling for convenience.

This is a 22/16/13 & snare in 7 bags plus a rug. EZ rolling over curbs and a few steps. The cart extends further if needed. :)


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MrInsanePolack

Platinum Member
Coincidentally, @NouveauCliche mentioned in another thread today that he is considering picking up a VELOC Drum Transport. Perhaps that's something you can consider?
There was a thread about the VELOC cart about a year ago. They are apparently very proud of it (mucho $$$).

 

beatdat

Senior Member
There was a thread about the VELOC cart about a year ago. They are apparently very proud of it (mucho $$$).

I didn't notice the price when I posted, but that's more than my drums cost!
 

NouveauCliche

Senior Member
There was a thread about the VELOC cart about a year ago. They are apparently very proud of it (mucho $$$).


Oh you know it's a good thing you re-posted that.

I didn't realize it was a 16x14 floor tom.

Dang it.
 

Neal Pert

Well-known member
I want to get in here and be like the 30th person to say that you should get a Rock N Roller cart. I, like others, consider it one of the absolute best purchases I've made and I too kick myself for not getting it sooner.
 

Lee-Bro

Senior Member
I have 4 RnR carts of various sizes: 8, 10, 12, and the 18. Here's a snapshot of the 10 and 12 loaded up for a casino night gig a couple years ago.

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Spreggy

Silver Member
Here's a not-cart that I've beat the tar out of over many years of gigs. It's a lightweight version of an Anvil case type of design, and gets you loaded in and out much faster than individual cases stacked on a cart. It will fit a whole bop kit, or a floor, rack tom, snare, throne top, bass pedal and stick bag. It's lightweight ply with plastic seams, so you will break it occasionally, but if you're a scrappy repairer of things you'll get years out of it.
 
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