Semi-rigid cover, waterproof nylon exterior, super resistant, Quilted interior with a sheet between two glass fiber to make any semi rigie.
the benefits of a flight to protect your gear and benefits of a cover for your car, your back, etc ...
Bandouillieres grip of very practical and can be 2 / 3 drums (snare, toms) at the same time.
An internal cover the opening part can slide a skin replacement without having to walk inside.
What else ... outside the bottom four possde plastic pad to lay on the ground (wet, for example) without fear or clean water (because the cover is so dsolidarise soil)
note in this series (SPS) bag hardware (such 110x30x30) hyper resistant even full of foot and another boom or tom arm.
I possde a snare drum cover series "line" always with GEWA. The SPS series is much better (more polished, more solid)
A serious purchase, consider if you often carry your expensive kit and if it begins to be a certain value. Finished paint chips on the drums and shock for your car.
I've also been able to compare this series of plastic hardcase non drawback (I can not remember the brand) -> but keep your hand was warm and still, I see not much is o protection (no internal padding, the drums wanders inside ... Hmm ...
These semi-rigid covers are best compromises protection / space / transport I met thus 9 / 10 (the price as acceptable, for example in thoto)
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Kamakazuu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I have a bag to snare the last 5 years she has been rehearsing trimballée on 500 and 200 concerts, and is still nickel. Lightweight, padded and sturdy, it's great stuff.
The only flaw common to all the covers I feel is the belt fasteners. Pictured is the metal loop near the "Gewa. She farted after 2 years and let the loop shows an alloy not tip top. I had the same on 2 other cover other brands, like what.
So 1 point less for that.