What kind of stick bag do you use?

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Already been/being discussed.

I mean what hasn’t?
 

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haha .... yes, beautiful hand-stitched leather throughout. The stick bag, at least, is more valuable than the sticks but the cymbals and snare cases are a fraction of their respective contents :) ......but the whole set was paid for by a gig at a Marriott sea-side resort ....
A while back I found a Gretsch cymbal bag that looked a lot like that one only it was canvas same color
 

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My standard bag is a Tackle waxed canvas.

For the small gigs I use the Tama bag below. Very neat and handy.

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I mean what hasn’t?
Note, this wasn’t just a “what are you using”, but a question as to why you use what you use and if you’re considering a change to something smaller or bigger.

Can’t win around here. If you repeat a post from 2 years ago you’re directed to an old post but if you resurrect an old post you’re called out for waking the dead.
 

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Can’t win around here. If you repeat a post from 2 years ago you’re directed to an old post but if you resurrect an old post you’re called out for waking the dead.
You could change the title to "What kind of stick bag are you using in 2021" to make it more topical. There must be new models on the market.
 

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Fine Italian leather leftover from a (leather inlay) woodworking project. Machine sown bottom and one side , turned inside out, too flap folded inside one rivet in the center , 2 eyelets either end. Leather straps fit to exact length and riveted ( ludwig 16) folds in half and fits right in your back pocket. Chicks dig it.
Of course I also tote a tennis bag with another dozen pairs, brushes , mallets and 2 pedals.
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Peter Erskine freestanding stick bag. Extra sticks, brushes, mallets, All accessible and ready to go. Or a good place for a chart if I need to read something unexpectedly. Not a good replacement for a music stand for demanding reading though.
 

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I liked the Erskine bag a lot but the quality on the Yamaha version was lousy. The stitching on the pockets/dividers has ripped. It’s now relegated to home use only. As an aside, I do not like bags that are too delicate to handle putting sticks in tip down. If I need to grab a stick quickly, I don’t want to have to flip it around.
 


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