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  • Cases for Roland TD-30 and all of its hardware?

    Im looking to see whats being used out there thats safe fore the kit and costly. I wouldn't be doing a lot of moving but when I do considering Im in the military, it happens once in a while. What kinda of cases with foam inserts or some sort of protection are you all using or have seen being used? I know pelican cases are a good option but I would assume I would need at least 3 to 4 of those and they run quite a bit in price. What are your suggestions?
    Roland TD-30KV, Roland TD-20X, DW and Pearl Hardware, Simmons DA200s, 2 Yamaha HS8 and 2 Yamaha HS5 Studio monitors, REAPER, Logic Pro

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    I use a Pelican type case for the module and a padded e-kit bag for the pads. The KD120 is still a problem for me, but with everything else in a case it isn't so hard to lug around on its own.
    http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.p...or-TD12-Module
    http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.php?71561-Need-Cases
    Last edited by Rhythmos; 05-14-13, 06:09 AM.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the input. Im leaning towards hard cases though.
      Originally posted by Rhythmos View Post
      I use a Pelican type case for the module and a padded e-kit bag for the pads. The KD120 is still a problem for me, but with everything else in a case it isn't so hard to lug around on its own.
      http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.p...or-TD12-Module
      http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.php?71561-Need-Cases
      Roland TD-30KV, Roland TD-20X, DW and Pearl Hardware, Simmons DA200s, 2 Yamaha HS8 and 2 Yamaha HS5 Studio monitors, REAPER, Logic Pro

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rushfan74 View Post
        Thanks for the input. Im leaning towards hard cases though.
        May be just as easy for you to modify some heavy duty water proof foot lockers with some nice material and good foam. Overkill is always better than not.
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        • #5
          Doesn't or didn't Roland make cases for this?

          I do not own anything modern. I have a couple of flight cases for my pads.

          What are the sizes of the pads?
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          • #6
            I agree Dan, better safe than sorry and I haven't found anything latzanimal from Roland in reference to cases.
            Roland TD-30KV, Roland TD-20X, DW and Pearl Hardware, Simmons DA200s, 2 Yamaha HS8 and 2 Yamaha HS5 Studio monitors, REAPER, Logic Pro

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            • #7
              I just bought the gator e-drum case which I can get all pads; module (in its original box) and cymbals in. I have a separate mapex hardware bag with wheels for all the hardware. Bass drum is still a complete pain though!
              Last edited by Langywangy; 10-02-13, 04:34 PM. Reason: Typo
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Langywangy View Post
                <snip> Bass drum is still a complete pain though!
                I've been using a monitor case to carry my KD-120 (and VH-12). It's not as efficiently packed as I would like, but the KD doesn't give too many options without a total teardown. This case is on wheels with an expanding handle, it's a Yamaha case designed to carry a pair of monitors. I use a remote HH short shaft to 'tie' the two hats together to travel as a unit.

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