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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkPrince View Post
    How many stands do you average? When I'm not using my rack, I generally take three to five stands with me, not counting snare and hi hat stands. Also carry a smaller tool box and sticks of course.


    I've got:

    1 hat stand (Iron Cobra, very heavy)
    1 snare stand
    3 boom cymbal stands
    1 Tom stand, 4 leg with cymbal attachment
    1 cymbal arm
    1 throne base


    So that's what's in there. It's all Tama Road Pro, so it's pretty dang heavy.

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    Marko, it looks like you have everything broke down as much as possible. Is that the case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkPrince View Post
    Marko, it looks like you have everything broke down as much as possible. Is that the case?
    I leave all my cymbal stands at the height they are when I play them. Just store the boom arm in the end of the stand and fold in the tilter. The height stays for quick set up.

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    Looked at this today. It looks like what I had in mind.

    http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...0863+933739033

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkPrince View Post
    Looked at this today. It looks like what I had in mind.

    http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...0863+933739033
    Not sure if you're located in the US or not but I'd search Craigslist for a used cast. They can be had for 20-40 bucks.

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    whatever you do, AVOID BAGS AND FABRIC.

    I have a hardware bag and it blows! It tore almost immediately and i have been duct taping it over and over for years. it just keeps ripping. Soon I will need a hard case without question.
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    I have one of the roadrunner duffel bags. It is pretty sturdy. It has wheels which makes it easy to move. They come in two length 36" and 50". My only regret is I got the shorter one, I wish I had the longer one. I have to break my high hat stand down to fit it in. now I just carry the hi hat separately. Other than that it is a great bag fro the price. $90-$110 range.
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    Yamaha Stage Custom(late 90's)
    10 12 16 22 BD 14 SN
    Cymbals all Sabian
    14 AAX-celerator Hi Hats
    8 & 10 Paragon Splashes
    17 AAX-xplosion Fast Crash
    16 AAX Dark Crash
    18 AAX Dark Crash
    21 AA Raw Bell Dry Ride
    19 Paragon Chinese

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    I just use an old hockey bag, it's not the best but it does the job for now, it's a bit cumbersome to carry though.
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