As a concert percussionist, you know how important cases and gig bags are when it comes to travelling to and from your band room and recitals. Not only do they make moving your percussion instruments easier, but cases and gig bags will shield your equipment from dings, dents, and sudden temperature changes (which can drastically affect your drum's tuning and playability). But there's no need to worry: this catalog is filled with concert percussion cases and gig bags that are designed by experts who take pride in shielding your instruments - so they'll continue to look, play and sound great.
From timpani gig bags to concert mallet percussion cases and bass drum covers, there's something here for every concert percussionist. All you have to do is take into consideration your current budget, what instrument you play and how you prefer to travel. For example, the Protect CP116WL Student Snare Bag with Wheels is durable, lightweight and accommodates snare drums up to 6.5" deep. Additionally, its telescoping handle makes it very easy to pull behind you. Another great choice is the Gator GP-SNR-KIT-BAG Rolling Backpack Bag for Snare Drum. It features a rugged 600-denier nylon exterior and has more than enough room to hold your snare, practice pad, stand and sticks.
Marimba players also have plenty of cases and gig bags to choose from here. Yamaha offers multiple choices, including the tough and water-resistant Yamaha Marimba Drop Cover for YM-6100 and Vibraphone Drop Cover for YV-4110. Now for all you Wernick Xylosynth players, check out the Wernick Soft Bag 3 Octave. Featuring a double stitched, tear-resistant fabric, this heavy-duty padded carry bag fits both 2 and 3-octave Xylosynths and it can even be used as a cover.
If there's one thing that applies to all musicians regardless of their tastes or skill level, it's that everyone should own cases or gig bags for their instruments of choice. Of course, you've made a great choice by coming here. After all, these concert percussion cases and gig bags are among the finest on the market, so you can have peace of mind knowing that your percussion instruments are safely guarded when you're not playing them.