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Protection Racket new range of five electronic drum cases are specified to fit Roland’s electronic percussion pads; each manufactured to the product dimensions and compartmentalised to hold additional accessories such as stands and sticks.

Using Protection Racket’s "Propadd" foam, the cases are described as both rugged in construction and lightweight in design. The Internal dividers are made from 8mm bini covered polyprop for extra strength and security and there are elasticated straps inside to keep everything held down when in transit, the company says.

The cases are manufactured using Racketex, waterproof polyester material designed not to fade, crack or shrink. They include carrying handle, detachable shoulder strap and large outer zipped outer pocket for accessories.

Now available are the :
  • Electro 3 to fit Roland SPD-S sampling percussion Pad (RRP £64.00)
  • ectro 4 to fit Roland SPD-6 electronic percussion multi-pad (RRP £64.00)
  • Electro 5 to fit Roland SPD-20 electronic percussion multi-pad (RRP £64.00)

For further details, see www.protectionracket.co.uk/index.asp.
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