Heads Up - Drum Bag Deal @ MF

Bluesman

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mfryed2112 said:
those would be great for storing vintage kits.

yep...or for gigging around town...
 

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they have no padding. i'd store a kit in them but would not gig with them given a choice.
 

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I own these. They are dust covers, nothing more. I use them for that purpose for my kits that are not set up. If you buy these for gigging, you will be very disappointed as they actually have no padding whatsoever and your guitar player who is "helping" may think the drum is in a padded bag when he sets it down on the concrete and you both hear that sickening sound. :shock:
 

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The Beato Pro 4's are good water resistant storage bags, as mentioned.
I bought two sets at the recommendation of Tommy Wells and they were money well spent for protecting the kits stacked in my drum room.
They'll accomodate drums equipped with RIMS mounts too.
If you carry your own gear, they're sufficient for occasional light duty gigging.
Zero padding, but they're better than using nothing at all.
 
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I bought two sets of those last month for that price.
They do what they are supposed to.... Cover the drum.... :)
 

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