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Whether you're a member of a military band or a drum and bugle corps, you're going to find yourself packing up your drums and travelling often to stadiums, sports fields and parade squares. The good news is that you'll find a wide array of marching drum cases and gig bags to choose from on today's market. In fact, percussion companies like Premier, Pearl, Tama and countless others specialize in cases and gig bags that are built to last and designed to protect your marching drums anywhere you take them.

There's no arguing that the bass drum is the biggest percussion instrument in a marching ensemble, and as you've probably guessed, this section is full of bass drum cases and gig bags. Go ahead and take a look at the Pearl Large Marching Bass Drum Cases. Boasting tough straps with a quick release buckle and a comfortable handle, these rotationally-molded cases come in a variety of styles to match different bass drum sizes. Or maybe you're in need of a case for your snare - if so, then go with the Premier Case for Snare Drum (Indoor or Outdoor). Featuring an adjustable strap, convenient handle and a molded plastic exterior, this case will keep your snare in tip-top shape wherever it's transported.

You'll even find a marching quad/quint case from the likes of SKB in this catalog. A breakthrough in case protection, the SKB Marching Quad/Quint Case w/Wheels and Padded Interior is a revolutionary case with a patented roto-X pattern for durability and stacking. Whether you're travelling by foot or by plane, your quad/quint configurations will be just as you left them when they're stored in this amazing case.

In addition to drum and snare cases, you'll even find multi tom covers from Dynasty and Yamaha, a marching tenor case from Tama and much more. Honestly, if you can name a single instrument that shouldn't be placed in a case or gig bag when it's not being played, we'd like to hear it. Cases and gig bags are critical to keeping any instrument safely guarded between practice sessions and performances, and every marching drum needs one.