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    Hi have a Td30 and i was interested in what people were using for cases for the TD 30

  • #2
    I have the TD30KV kit. I use:

    * Gator electronic Kit bag (http://www.gatorcases.com/p/119160-826/gp-ekit3616-b) - this covers all the pads, cymbals and module
    * An old suit case for the KD-140 and kick pedal (plus a couple of towels to add a bit of padding)
    * A standard hardware bag for the hihat stand, snare stand etc
    * For the rack i pull out the tom arms/cymbal arms and throw them in the standard hardware bag (i use memory locks on them). This lets me fold the rack up tighter

    I also have a folding trolley to help move the e-kit bag (and my PA) around. The bag is very heavy/awkward to carry when loaded. Gator do the same bag with wheels, i just didn't want to wait 4 months to get one in australia so i opted for the folding trolley and wheel-less bag. The trolley is handy as i can help the guitarists etc too.

    Roland TD-30KV, Pearl Demon Drive Double Pedal, Pearl H1000 hit hat stand, Shure SE530 IEMs, AKG K171 MKII Headphones, Mackie DLM PA, Yamaha MG102C mixer, Roland Studio Capture

    Natal Walnut kit (US Fusion X), Bosphorus Antique 16" Crash & 22" Ride, Bosphorus Gold Series 14" hats.


    • #3
      I have a TD-20, I don't know if there any size differences compared to the TD-30 (tho' I bet they are close). A few years ago I scored a hard shell case that Roland had available for the TD-10. These come up on ebay occasionally, sometimes at a reasonable price (one did just about a month ago). It is easily modified to carry a TD-20 unit, I would expect the same for a TD-30. The triggers (3 PD125 & 2 PD105) fit with no modification. My KD-120 travels in a case that Yamaha makes for monitor speaker transportation, I put the VH-12 hats in that case as well. It has wheels and a handle like suitcases can have. I transport the CY cymbals in a soft side 16" floor tom case. The Gibraltar rack and Ludwig hihat stand stand travel in a pair of long hardware bags, the boom stands and other smallish hardware travel in a tupperware kind-of case. A couple of ammo box style cases carry the Gibby clamps and all my cables.

      Hope this helps a bit.

      not a great shot, but shows the Roland case:


      the miscellaneous hardware container and another angle of the Roland case:

      the Yamaha case with the KD-120:

      the cymbal bag:


      Last edited by slyone; 07-18-17, 08:23 PM.
      and the jukebox plays..... !! (the Nails - Home of the Brave )

      E-set : TDW-20, 2 up & 2 down, VH-12, 6 cymbals (5 CY14, 1 CY15), 2 Pintech Dingbats all on a Gibraltar rack, thru a Simmons DA200S
      VExpressions Gigging Kits & Top 50 Drummers #1

      A-set : 1968 Ludwig Hollywood in Burgundy Sparkle


      • #4
        thats great thanks kindly