Gator GP-CYMBAK-22 - 22" Cymbal Backpack

22" Cymbal Backpack
Gator GP-CYMBAK-22 - 22
Gator GP-CYMBAK-22 - 22
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Cymbal Backpack from Gator

Heavy Duty Padded Cymbal Backback Features:

  • Fits six cymbals up to 22 inch
  • Ultra padded adjustable backpack straps
  • Large front pocket to hold your loaded stickbag
  • 3 additional storage pockets
  • Removable padded shoulder strap
  • Heavily Padded back section
  • Neoprene wrap padded handle
  • Plastic lined divided interior
  • Durable 600D nylon with 1200D
  • Reinforced bottom

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Gator offers a host of rugged cases and bags, so you can make sure every element of your rig is secure. If you need protection for a mixer or rackmount equipment, Gator offers multiple hard-shell cases, durable bags, and covers. Likewise, there's no better way to protect your acoustic or electric guitar, bass, or keyboard than by using one of Gator's gig bags or hard cases. Gator even offers an extensive line of pedalboard accessories, laptop cases, PA bags, microphone cases, and more. When it comes to your gear, trust Gator for the ultimate in protection.

Tech Specs

Instrument Cymbals
Type Bag
Material Fabric
Diameter 22"
Manufacturer Part Number GP-CYMBAK-22

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Does the job

So, I've had this bag for about a year now, but wanted to wait on writing a review until I put some wear and tear on it. So far, it seems to be holding up well. No broken zippers, no broken plastic clips, no broken straps, no rips, no tears, no weak seams, etc. are apparent. While I'm reasonably careful with the bag, (considering that it is protecting my precious cymbals), I'm not treating it with kid gloves either, it endures harsh enough treatment that if there were any glaring weaknesses in the bag, they would have become apparent by now. Just for the record, with the exception of one road case which I had custom built for a monitor, the other 5 cases I have purchased in the last year or so have been the Gator brand. Most of those have been soft style cases, except for my mic case which is a more rugged traditional road case style. All have performed well and done a good job of protecting the gear inside of them. Back to the cymbal bag...I like the inside divider liners and the large outside pocket. The other two smaller pockets are good for items like a hi-hat cymbal clutch or drum keys. It fits a 22" ride cymbal without any problem....but I'll also say that I'm not just stuffin' the bag as full as I can either. I carry two rides, two crashes, hi-hats and a splash. If you've got a lot more than that, I can see where you might be able to over-stuff the bag to a such a degree where fitting a 22" might become an issue, but I have had no problems at all in that regard, given the number of cymbals I carry to a typical gig. When they first started selling cars with remote control fobs for the doors, trunk, etc...I though, "That's so silly, I'm never gonna use anything like that". Of course, now, I don't see how I ever got along without it. When satellite radio first came out, I thought, "Seriously? 10 bucks a month for one car, when I can get radio for free right this minute? Why would I ever pay want to pay for something like that? I'll never have any use for that" Uuuummm, okay, so now I have 4 subscriptions...two cars, one for listening on line, and an account for a sound system in my master bath. Satellite broadcasts are almost exclusively what I listen to now. If I don't have the satellite stations, the radio has become almost useless to me. I don't spend nearly the time I used to flipping around trying to find something I liked, especially if I'm out of town. On satellite, I can find it very quickly and can receive the program no matter where I am. Okay, yeah yeah, that's great,...whazat gotta do with the cymbal bag? In two words: Backpack straps. I wasn't sure how much I would use them, and was afraid they would be a weak spot on the bag, given the weight they had to carry. After a couple of gigs where I had to carry a fair amount of equipment by hand, over fairly rough terrain (that prevented using a cart), it was apparent how useful those back pack straps would be in some instances. I don't use them all the time, but when you need them, they come in very handy. Yeah, I like the bag, it does the job.
Music background: Drummer for over 40 years, Soundman for over 30
See also: cymbal bag, Gator, Gator Cymbal Bags & Cases