Road Runner Touring Drum Bags have a durable exterior, extra-soft plush interior, heavy-duty zippers with oversized pulls, reinforced wrap-around handle, and easy-to-read size indicators. They are fin... Read More
Road Runner Touring Drum Bags have a durable exterior, extra-soft plush interior, heavy-duty zippers with oversized pulls, reinforced wrap-around handle, and easy-to-read size indicators. They are finished in classic black and are available in individual sizes: 18"x24", 18"x22", 18"x20", 16"x16", 14"x16", 12"x14", 11"x13", 10"x12", 9"x10", 8"x8", 7"x13", 6.5"x14", 5.5"x14"
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I bought this case and it is the best case that I have evr purchased in a bag style case. It's lined and hugs the drum to keep it safe.
This was a well made and easy to use drum bag. Nice soft lining, and a very good zipper. Looks nice, and has pockets. Very durable.
I have tried drum bags from many major manufacturers including Cadillac Sacks, Humes and Berg and others. The only drum bag that was ever better than the Road Runner Touring series was the heavily padded bags from Levy's (the guitar strap maker) They don't make Levy's drum bags anymore which is a shame, they were the best. But these Road Runner bags are pretty close to the best protection you can get in a bag. I strongly recommend these bags for all drum sets up to about $2000. If you have more than $2K invested in your shells, you should consider a hard-shell solution like the SKB Roto-X or have custom ATA hard-shell cases made for those drums. Please don't put a DW Collectors series, or Tama Starclassic Maple, or Pearl Reference series shell in a padded bag, ever.
Works great as a padded bag for my acoustic image bass amp.
I just bought these and while they are pretty good, they seem to have copied the features from the recent Wolfpak series of drum bags (plush lining, internal pocket for spare drum head, wrap-around strap with thick handles, glow-in-the-dark size numbers on the outside). The only thing they don't mimic (and I really wished they did) is that the Wolfpak bags were very sturdy so that the side-walls of the bag stayed up when putting in the drum (which for me is really important for putting in the bass drum). Other than that, they are still pretty good bags. This seems the best bet to buy, especially since that Wolfpak seem to no longer be around these days...
I just bought this bag for my 7x13 snare drum. It has very nice thick and plush padding, a great sturdy handle and the big zipper is really nice too. I'm going to get 3 more bags for the rest of my kit. GREAT bag at a GREAT price. Peace.
I have a snare drum bag. I am very pleased with the lining and thickness of the case. If you do not need a hardshell case, this is the case for you. Very durable. I will be buying all my tom bags from this product line.
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