Submitted June 29, 2014 by Josh T in New Orleans, LA
"roller wheels are good, but bag is "soggy""
This is the only electronic drum kit bag that I found which had roller wheels. there was one Gator bag which was a size smaller, but I got this one. It housed the drums and cymbals for my Roland TD 15kv electronic drum set, which I regret buying. Seriously, even after using Addictive Drums 2 and Superior Drummer 2, I couldn't get the drums to sound all that natural. My 600 dollar Pearl kit's snare has way more sensitivity than the snare did, but I'll top talking about the other product. I only mentioned the Roland E-drums since buying this bag might mean you are considering buying electronic drums. I say, spend the money on a "isolation" room (look up isolation) even if it costs a thousand or two. way cheaper than E drums and plus, acoustic drums keep their value a lot more.For this bag, I said "soggy", because it has basically no backbone. The bag wont even stand up straight if you don't pack it evenly. It should have had some framing around the edges... like, some kind of hard rubber. it's like a big, soggy bag of cotton-ish stuff.
1.5 years of drums. youtube taught. practice every day for many hours
Rock, Christian, pop, funk
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