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  • KD-120 Travel Case

    Is there a travel case for the KD-120? I have the V-Pro case and it is not designed to carry the KD-120. If there is a case for the KD-120 where do you get it? I have not seen any advertized. If not what do you guys use?

    Thanks

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    Sorry i don't know where to get a case for the kd-120. I was also wondering that. I Think roland goes out of it's way to jerk-off there consumers when it comes to excessories, such as the kd-120 trigger situation. I keep looking for one. Maybe i look into building a case. Maybe skb makes a case that would fit it?
    TD-10

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    • #3
      You are right portnoy99, Roland will screw you ever time. But the sad thing is, we all keep coming back for more. If you do find info on the KD-120 case please post.
      TD10ex

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Raygun:
        Is there a travel case for the KD-120? I have the V-Pro case and it is not designed to carry the KD-120. If there is a case for the KD-120 where do you get it? I have not seen any advertized. If not what do you guys use?

        Thanks
        I essentially carry the KD-120 separately from the rest of my kit. :-( Note that I have EVERYTHING else in cases (all hard except the rack case), except the KD-120. I use Gibraltar racks and play accoustic cymbals, so it's alot of stuff. I tried the largest Pelican case and it's just a wee bit too small. The drum WOULD fit if I disassembled the feet brackets every time, but I'm unwilling to do that and loose the springs inside.



        I am actively looking for hard-case solutions to this, so if anyone has any ideas, please let me know...



        - Hans

        - Hans

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hmasing:
          I essentially carry the KD-120 separately from the rest of my kit. :-( Note that I have EVERYTHING else in cases (all hard except the rack case), except the KD-120. I use Gibraltar racks and play accoustic cymbals, so it's alot of stuff. I tried the largest Pelican case and it's just a wee bit too small. The drum WOULD fit if I disassembled the feet brackets every time, but I'm unwilling to do that and loose the springs inside.

          I am actively looking for hard-case solutions to this, so if anyone has any ideas, please let me know...

          - Hans

          Bump.

          Anyone come up with anything in the past year?

          - Hans
          - Hans

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          • #6
            I got so sick of tearing the KD-120 and my throne(which has a back)apart to get it in a platic tote that I have just bought a HUGE case that will fit all my drums and stuff in one case. The case is 45" X 30" X 20" and comes in at 105 lbs empty, thank goodness it is on wheels. I am trying to find the foam right now, but when it is done it will hold all my gear including the Gibraltar rack. I will just have to remove the legs of the KD-120 and will not have to take my throne all apart. These will be major time savers. When I get it done, I hope by the end of the year, I will post some pics.

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            Ted H.
            www.tocsinrocks.com
            Ted H.

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