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    http://shop.rolandus.com/p/v-drum-replacement-rack-bag

    So that's what it looks like. I had one from my TD-10 kit, but I never used it. Now I'm thinking it might be nice to have. What I'm wondering is there anyone out there that uses it? If so I would love to see pix of the rack in the bag. Better yet pix of you getting the rack in the bag.
    TD30KV, SPD-S, SPD-30, RMP-5, Jamhub Greenroom, Tama Iron Cobra double peddle, Pearl RH-2000 remote HH, CowPaddy, BeatBar, IW Drums Lites, Stealth AtoE 16" Ride, 8" Splash cymbals.

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    I had one for my TD9 and I never used it. I also have a giant gator keyboard bag for my TD30 and I haven't used it yet. I think it takes too much time becausevyou have to take the stand apart instead of folding it.
    Equipment: TD-30KV, DW9000 hardware, ROC-N-SOC Throne, Behringer ULTRATONE K3000FX Amp, JBL EON 615 Powered Speaker, Yamaha MG06X. 1965 Ludwig Super Classic. Black diamond pearl. Zildjian K Custom Dark cymbals, DW 7000 hardware, DW 9000 kick pedal.

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    • #3
      Too expensive and I reckon I wouldn't use it.

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      • #4
        I use one for my kit every gig. Works well, protects cables. I usually get help loading it and unloading it from the bag though. TD-20SX rack.
        TD-30 module with a TD-20SX kit into a JBL PRX615M stage monitor. DW9000 series hi-hat and double bass pedal. Now using a modified "Nashville" kit on the TD-30.

        My old band's Youtube Channel: Project Mayhem, all TD-20 mixes.

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        • #5
          I came up with a slightly novel and cheap solution (haven't seen anyone else use it) for protecting my gear mostly from rain in transport. I use a BBQ cover. Cost me about $20 at home depot.
          I fold up the rack taking off the cymbals, snare and fl. tom and module. I could leave everything on but it's too heavy. The cover slides down right over the rack. Protects the remaining drums and keeps the cables from getting wet or caught on door handles and such when I'm moving it.
          I've got a small flight case that holds my TD 12 and an Alesis Sample pad. The two drums go in a napsack and the hardware in a small hardware bag.

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          • #6
            Please post some pix of your bag, and your rack in your bag, and maybe one of you loading the rack in the bag. I just can't get my head around how you get the rack in the bag. Thanks!!
            TD30KV, SPD-S, SPD-30, RMP-5, Jamhub Greenroom, Tama Iron Cobra double peddle, Pearl RH-2000 remote HH, CowPaddy, BeatBar, IW Drums Lites, Stealth AtoE 16" Ride, 8" Splash cymbals.

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            • #7
              I don't have a vdrums rack bag, but I have a vdrums rack bag storage bag - for storing the bag when it is not in use around the rack. I don't use the rack bag storage bag anymore because :

              1) I lost my vdrums rack bag when I upgraded to a TD-10 expanded - the rack bag must have been around one of the 100 original kits, and I still can't relocate those scudders.

              2) I have no place to store the vdrums rack bag storage bag.

              I would be happy to send you my vdrums rack bag storage bag for free, but I can't seem to be able to find a box small enough to fit it into.

              Sorry - couldn't resist. All in jest. Not implying anything of a personal nature. It's all part of my lovable as****e personality.
              Last edited by gingerbaker; 10-04-14, 01:47 PM.
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