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    One of the local music stores had some bags on sale - originally $150. I snagged one for $75 plus tax.

    All of my cymbal stands, my throne, and by double kick pedal all fit.

    It has rollers on it, so it will be easy to drag along. It will also cut down on my load in and out time as well.

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    Six piece birch Mapex kit, a Black Panther Blade snare drum, Sabian cymbals, and Vater Drumsticks.

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    HAHAHAHA the good ol' hi-hat rod issue lol

    Nice pick up!
    19pc Yamaha Maple Custom Vintage | 12pc PDP X7 | 9pc Ludwig Jr. | 8pc Pork Pie ZebraWood | 6pc Sonor | 5pc Orbitone |4pc Sonor Martini | 5pc Gretsch Energy | 41 Snare drums and growing!

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    Looks ok but how long will it last before it starts to rip apart from the weight of the hardware. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl MCX Man View Post
    Looks ok but how long will it last before it starts to rip apart from the weight of the hardware. Just saying.
    It is lined on the inside with padding. Hopefully that helps.
    Six piece birch Mapex kit, a Black Panther Blade snare drum, Sabian cymbals, and Vater Drumsticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpazApproved View Post
    HAHAHAHA the good ol' hi-hat rod issue lol

    Nice pick up!
    They never make them long enough for the hi-hats. ����
    Six piece birch Mapex kit, a Black Panther Blade snare drum, Sabian cymbals, and Vater Drumsticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrumWhipper View Post
    They never make them long enough for the hi-hats. ����
    I have a Roadrunner rolling bag that's long enough (50") to hold the hi-hat. I thought it would be great, but turned out to be a royal pain to lug around and handle. The cymbal stands are not as long as the assembled hi-hat, so the bag gets pretty "floppy" on one end.
    I'm MUCH happier with my new 36" bag and dis-assembling the hi/hat rod.
    -Brian

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    Whatever doesn't fit in the bag, just lop it off with some bolt cutters. Problem solved.
    It's like your appendix - you don't really use it so it's okay to just get rid of it.

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    If you slide out the top tube of the H/H stand and unscrew the rod you can use the tube to protect the rod inside your equipment bag. It only takes a few seconds to unscrew or reassemble the top tube and rod - lugging a bag around with the h/h rod sticking out like that is just asking for trouble

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    I've been looking for a new one for quite some time. Can't find anything I like so I haven't pulled the trigger.

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    I'm using a big Navy sea bag from Army/Navy for my stands now. Heavy duty material and zipper but no wheels and the rod sticks out too. All the moving around has really taken a toll on my hardware. Everything is so road rashed
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