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Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag 50 in.

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When you're going to and from a gig, you have enough to worry about and carry. This 50" hardware bag from Road Runner makes a drummers life a bit easier with it's heavy-duty wheels. Super tough, with ... Read More

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Overview

When you're going to and from a gig, you have enough to worry about and carry. This 50" hardware bag from Road Runner makes a drummers life a bit easier with it's heavy-duty wheels. Super tough, with a ballistic quality exterior and interior, it has a reinforced lining for a lifetime of use. The bag also features 3 exterior pouches, one on each end for smaller pieces, and a longer one for your drumsticks. The rolling drummer's bag also has a variety of ways for getting it from point "A" to Point "B". For long walks when it's loaded, both ends have a handle for taking advantage of the wheels, or you can use the adjustable shoulder strap to keep your hands free. When it's time to place the Road Runner case in the van/bus/car, or you've got a short trip, there's a sturdy handle in the middle for a quick and easy pickup.

Features
  • Super tough, ballistic quality exterior and interior
  • Reinforced lining for a lifetime of use
  • Heavy duty, double stitch, double pull zippers
  • 3 external pouches
  • 2 end handles
  • 1 middle handle
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Heavy-duty wheels
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 18"W x 18"H x 50"D
    Weight: 4.9 lb.
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Road RunnerRolling Hardware Bag
 
3.8

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (4)
  • Functional (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great bag, heavy duty in every way, and makes life easier

I actually bought this at a Guitar Center store and previously saw it here online. Its very disappointing though to see that it has no picture. This bag truly makes life much easier....Read complete review

I actually bought this at a Guitar Center store and previously saw it here online. Its very disappointing though to see that it has no picture. This bag truly makes life much easier. Instead of making endless trips back and forth to my truck or gig spot to pick up things like cymbal stands, peddle's, tom legs, ect., i can make it all in one trip and i can keep any loose pieces together in one bag. The bag its extremely heavy duty by anyones standards and sometimes the amount of hardware you can pack into this bag is plenty for it to handle but can be overwhelming for someone trying to carry it. Depending on how much hardware you have you can get up to about 200 pounds of weight inside it. The straps are heavy duty and easy to remove and the handles are stiched well to prevent any kind of tearing or stress even with the heaviest of loads. Also if it doesn't mention it in the description it is a soft bag (don't let that influence your decision), the wheels are in the lower corner, the color of the bag is black, and the underside of the back is supported by some kind of strong stiff but flexible material to keep its shape and support whats inside. I would 100% recommend this bag to any one

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Mixed feelings, but mostly good.

I am a working drummer and have been gigging for over 30 years. I don't know why I never owned a wheeled bag in the past, but since I got this bag in...Read complete review

I am a working drummer and have been gigging for over 30 years. I don't know why I never owned a wheeled bag in the past, but since I got this bag in 2013, I can never go back. Let's start with the good.

There is plenty of room inside the 50" bag and I keep 3 double braced stands (HH, SD, Boom) a single braced boom stand, a double tom mount, two stick bags and a cymbal stacker attachment.

The "Smart Feature" I alluded to is the inclusion of two straps located on the bottom on the inside of the bag, which you can place tightly around the stands and keep them from shifting in transit, and (mostly) centered, thus preventing one wheel from coming up off the ground when you're rolling it. Genius.

There is plenty of storage in the side pocket, which is basically like a stick bag. I store my floor tom legs and bass drum spurs in there, and they are causing a fair amount of wear and tear on the ends of the pocket and are almost ready to poke through. I'll probably throw some gaffer's tape in there to extend the life.

There is an additional storage pocket at each end of the bag, and these pockets are not padded. The pockets are around 6" by 6" and 2 or 3 inches deep. This is a good place to store smaller parts, accessories, cables, and, if you're careful, mics.

I was most concerned about the wheels failing, but so far, they're holding up well, 3 years and counting. I treat the bag fairly well, but don't baby it. I've dragged it slowly and carefully up and down stairs. The bag itself has no tears or holes, and the internal straps are as solid.

That brings us to the bane of pretty much every low-cost gig bag on the planet, and the only blemish on this otherwise great bag. Zipper pulls. The zipper pulls, which are really cool stamped RoadRunner logos, are made of thin metal in the most crucial spot, and fail early and often, even when you're careful. When the inevitable breakage happens, just replace with key rings. If that's the only negative, I can live with it

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5.0

Wish I'd found this long ago.

By CARL

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

Saved my back! Using it to transport mike stands. Really easy to get them back and forth.

 
5.0

Saves so many trips!

By Galaxy

from Florida

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Plenty of room
  • Wheels

Cons

  • Semi rigid

Best Uses

  • Gigs
  • Light touring
  • Storage
  • Transport

Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

Guys, calm down with the zipper pulls! Not sure what you guys are putting this bag through but if you are reasonably careful with the zippers,they seem decent enough to hold out for a while longer than some of you are getting out of them. Replace them with black keyrings and paracord when they do fail.

Suspect zipper pulls aside, I love this thing! I have a Gibraltar curved double bass rack that took 2-3 trips and moving blankets carefully laid out in the truck to move and now it all goes in one bag and takes one trip. There is no way my OCD will allow all the rack parts to just pile up in there and hit each other so I made cardboard trays with dividers that stack on the bottom of the bag. This also keeps the bag in shape and adds protection for the rack parts. Bass drum spurs and floor tom legs go in the side pocket, which I also put a strip of cardboard in that covers the bottom and sides up to the zipper to prevent anything poking through the fabric.

(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very loud and sound incredible

By Michael

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

I'm a Pro DJ with over thirty years in the business. I wanted to upgrade from my current pair of ZLX12p's to a 12" powered cabinet with a little more headroom. The ZLX12p is rated at 126db which is real good but I wanted to get a little more output so I looked at the DXR12 and the QSC K12 which are rated in the 132db range. Based on reviews, sound comparison, and cost, the DXR12 became the winner. I purchased a pair from Guitar Center and save big as a pair. I have used these for several gigs and these speakers are very loud and the sound is incredible. I am impressed and so will you be. Yamaha thumbs up!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Mixed feelings, but mostly good.

By Chris M

from New York

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

      I am a working drummer and have been gigging for over 30 years. I don't know why I never owned a wheeled bag in the past, but since I got this bag in 2013, I can never go back. Let's start with the good.

      There is plenty of room inside the 50" bag and I keep 3 double braced stands (HH, SD, Boom) a single braced boom stand, a double tom mount, two stick bags and a cymbal stacker attachment.

      The "Smart Feature" I alluded to is the inclusion of two straps located on the bottom on the inside of the bag, which you can place tightly around the stands and keep them from shifting in transit, and (mostly) centered, thus preventing one wheel from coming up off the ground when you're rolling it. Genius.

      There is plenty of storage in the side pocket, which is basically like a stick bag. I store my floor tom legs and bass drum spurs in there, and they are causing a fair amount of wear and tear on the ends of the pocket and are almost ready to poke through. I'll probably throw some gaffer's tape in there to extend the life.

      There is an additional storage pocket at each end of the bag, and these pockets are not padded. The pockets are around 6" by 6" and 2 or 3 inches deep. This is a good place to store smaller parts, accessories, cables, and, if you're careful, mics.

      I was most concerned about the wheels failing, but so far, they're holding up well, 3 years and counting. I treat the bag fairly well, but don't baby it. I've dragged it slowly and carefully up and down stairs. The bag itself has no tears or holes, and the internal straps are as solid.

      That brings us to the bane of pretty much every low-cost gig bag on the planet, and the only blemish on this otherwise great bag. Zipper pulls. The zipper pulls, which are really cool stamped RoadRunner logos, are made of thin metal in the most crucial spot, and fail early and often, even when you're careful. When the inevitable breakage happens, just replace with key rings. If that's the only negative, I can live with it

       
      5.0

      Perfect

      By Mike B

      from New Orleans

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Concerts

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        I'm a mobile DJ who does a lot of gigs and finding a solution to minimize my transport time by reducing the amount of cases is a must. This bag has room for my speaker stands, wires, small lighting cases, and accessories. With multipal carry handles and wheels, the bag saved me a bunch of time setting up and breaking down.

         
        3.0

        Works for Short-Time

        By jablakeb

        from Nashville, TN

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Easy To Use

        Cons

        • Doesn't Last A Lifetime

        Best Uses

        • Backup
        • Practicing

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        I used this bag for my DW hardware and stands for about a year (Played shows at least once every other week with mild touring here and there). Great bag... at first. I needed the large bag because DW stands are heavy duty. However, the main zippers broke off within the first few months. Within 6 months, the top of my hi-hat stand and other "sharper" pieces began putting holes in the bag near the seams. After this happened, my stands would start slipping out and scrape the ground when rolling the bag - nothing some duct tape couldn't handle for a gig or two at a time. I finally gave up on it about a year after good use because one of the wheels broke off. Good for a first hardware bag, but personally, I would suggest looking at hard cases.

         
        4.0

        Great bag for mic / speaker stands

        By simplyabigail

        from clearwater FL

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Good Quality
        • Strong Wheels

        Cons

        • Low Zipper Quality
        • Not Easy To Lug

        Best Uses

        • Concerts
        • Gigging Out

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        I love this bag. FINALLY a way to lug all 3 mic stands, 2 speaker stands, our banner, our rug and our guitar stands in ONE trip!! Perhaps it's because I used it for something other than drum stands... but it's unwieldy and the zippers both broke off. Other than that, it's high quality and I'm glad I bought it.

         
        1.0

        Had this for less that 10 days and it broke!

        By Disney Drummer

        from Anaheim, CA

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        I have had this product for about 10 days and already the zipper snapped in 2! It snapped in 2 and the bag was not even over stuffed with no tension.

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        5.0

        Exactly what I thought it was!

        By Jerry

        from Billings MT

        Site Member

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        This is a heavy duty bag with wheels. Exactly what I thought I was getting. It's roomy and rugged. I will say that if you fill this bag, you may need help carrying it! Excellent value for the price.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Roadrunner 50 Inch Monstosity

        By Nathan

        from Puyallup WA

        Site Member

        Comments about Road Runner Rolling Hardware Bag:

        I purchased this for an assortment of Sonor stands. With the stands fully compact in the bag I had about a foot and a half of extra space. The extra space just buckled the bag under the weight of my hardware. I ended up going with the 38" and it is a much better fit. I can't imagine anybody needing a 50 inch bag unless they have a rack with super long bars to tote around. Guitar Center swapped the bags with no problems. On the 38 inch bag the zipper tab broke off the first time I used it -_- Not happy with that. Just put some 550 parachute cord to replace it but it leaves me skeptical how durable this bag will be long term.

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