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Roland CDTP Carrying Case Reviews

4.5 stars based on 6 customer reviews
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  • from Calumet city December 27, 2016Music Background:

    Roland case

    Very happy with my purchase. The case allows me to store kit without totally disassembling it. Looks great and professional

  • from Las Vegas, NV August 29, 2016Music Background:

    A MUST Have

    You have to have this bag to carry your portable drums in. It really should have come with the kit. I can't imagine trying to haul these sensitive electronic kits with some sort of carrying case.

  • from Ft. Wayne IN October 23, 2014Music Background:
    Pro Musician

    CArrying Case

    Perfect for the TD-4KP and everything that go's with it.
    Very well made and durable.

  • from November 7, 2016

    Roland CDTP carrying case

    Very nice bag! A lit bit expensive but dies greatly it's job!

  • from Hamilton NJ November 18, 2013Music Background:
    Drummer and DJ

    Review The Roland CDTP Carrying Case

    Great for the TD4KP

  • from Chicago, IL September 5, 2014Music Background:
    Student (former hobby guitarist)

    Worth it

    Itís not Mary Poppinsí magical carpet bag, but it is definitely a worthwhile investment to add on with the V-Drums TD-4KP. The size of the bag accommodates the collapsed kit, but wait - thereís more!

    The bag comes with two padded, zippered covers (with bottom velcro strips) for the TD-4KP HH pedal, as well as one for your kick pedal (not included with the TD-4KP). There is also a velcro-wrapped cushion to pad the frame legs. The side pocket has slots for a pair of sticks, pedal beater, and music books/folders, and room for the cables. The case also comes with a felt-covered support panel (it feels like plastic) for the bottom.

    Itís designed so that both pedal cases affix to the bottom support insert (so they donít move), and the cushion (which gets strapped between the frame legs) prevents damage of the frame from too much jostling.

    After the stock kit is collapsed and stowed per Rolandís instructions, there is still ample room in the bag. I could easily fit a no-thrills throne in by removing the seat from its frame. It could also fit a folded drum mat alongside the kit.

    If you throw caution to the wind and refuse to be confined to the instructions set forth by "the man," then one could plausibly arrange the pedals vertically (at one's own risk, of course) to make room for a small monitor (like the PM-03, and a Tetris Master might somehow get a PM-10 in there).

    The two things that leave me wanting about this carrying case are 1) that Iíd prefer the support panel were a little firmer; and 2) I would also prefer another carrying mechanism besides the handles that velcro together over the top (like a gym bag). Iím not even 62Ē tall, so Iíve got to strap the whole thing to my luggage cart to tote it around the city. Iíd prefer stowable shoulder straps (like a rucksack), or at the very least, a cross-body/shoulder strap.

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