Features an oversized case with tailor-made contours and shaped foam strips to cushion each cymbal. Recessed wheels and an extended handle fold away when not in use Features a strapless design and wing nut system to securely hold cymbals in place. Durable. Protects from scratches.
No protective pads between cymbals. Takes a while to unpack.
Protect six cymbals measuring up to 24" across. Five padded cymbal separators and nylex lining. Nylon exterior with high-density 10mm padding. Padded handle wrap. Large pocket with built-in organizer and smaller pocket. Removable padded shoulder strap. Metal snaps, ID tag, and reinforced bottom. Outer pocket large enough to hold tablet. Keeps cymbals from ringing.
Arm strap is not terribly comfortable.
Features 10mm thick padding. Nylon canvas fabric exterior with nylon interior. Features two reinforced carry handles and a shoulder strap. Spacious zippered front pocket designed to hold drumstick bag and more. Comes in 20", 22", and 24" sizes.
Shoulder strap can fail, so use for transportation with caution.
Fits cymbals up to 24" diameter Foam padding minimizes interior abrasion. Reinforced support for cymbal bells. Contoured shape for maximum protection. Exterior dimensions meet most airline checked baggage requirements. Rugged. Closes securely. Offers lots of protection. Rolling design.
Takes a lot of room to unfold and unpack. Must load case from smallest to largest, which is opposite from all other cases.
Fits six cymbals up to 24". Nylon exterior with thick padded sides and reinforced bottom. Adjustable backpack straps. Features a large front pocket plus three additional storage pockets. Removable padded shoulder strap. Interior dividers. Well-padded and durable.
Shoulder straps tend to slip and occasionally fail.
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A cymbal safe or vault offers a high level of protection while moving cymbals around to different gigs. Unlike drum cases, a cymbal vault can hold many cymbals at the same time between a few layers of extra padding. To choose a case that protects your equipment, you will need to decide between soft and hardshell options. Soft bags are more budget friendly but are susceptible to harder impacts and scratches. Hard cases, on the other hand, have more rigidity and thicker padding inside for the ultimate level of protection. Regardless of the material, pick a case that is big enough to fit your largest cymbal.
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