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SKB Trap X1 Large Drum Hardware Case, with Internal Tray and Wheels

3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

Price: $349.99 + $16.00 shipping
Usually ships within 6 to 10 days.
Ships from and sold by OpticsPlanet, Inc.
  • Model 1SKBTPX1
  • Top loading case for easy access
  • Convenient removable tray storage
  • 4" industrial wheels and rear glides for protection on stairs and tailgates.
  • Cinch straps for secure closure.
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$349.99 + $16.00 shipping Usually ships within 6 to 10 days. Ships from and sold by OpticsPlanet, Inc.

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Product Description

Roto molded with the strength and durability of Linear Low Polyethylene (LLDPE), the SKB TPX1 Trap X1 Drum Hardware Case is a top-loader with a removable lid, and a removable tray for bass pedal storage, sticks and hardware. SKB TPX1 Trap X1 Drum Hardware Case Features Fits a variety of gear Top loading case for easy access Convenient removable tray storage Roto molded with the strength and durability of Linear Low Polyethylene 4 inch industrial wheels and rear glides for protection on stairs and tailgates Cinch straps for secure closure The removable tray will mount on top for playing and Monitor rest. Built-in industrial 4 inch wheels, rear glides for protection on stairs and tailgates make for easy transportation, while interior straps secure your gear. The lid handles are also strapping points for securing a small rack or the Cymbal Vault on the top. SKB products are fully warranted against defects in materials and craftsmanship while in possession of the original owner. SKB will repair or replace any product found to be defective. Damages due to accident, improper care, negligence or normal wear, where SKB is not at fault, will be repaired for a reasonable charge.

Product Information

Item Weight 31 pounds
Product Dimensions 42 x 18 x 19 inches
Shipping Weight 38.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B0002F79CK
Item model number 1SKBTPX1
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #66,420 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#268 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Drum & Percussion Accessories > Bags, Cases & Covers > Drum Set Bags, Cases & Covers
#3,106 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Drum & Percussion Accessories > Drum Set Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com November 23, 2006

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In general this is a quality case, works well enough for my purposes. I have a 5 piece kit, and all of the drum hardware, plus my seat and stick bag fit inside. Don't even have to break down my hi hat stand, which is nice. The internal tray is handy for auxiliary percussion storage.

However, I've used it for a few weeks, about 5 gigs, and already the rubber bumpers on the bottom of the case have broken off. Not a huge deal, but for this kind of cash I'd expect them to last longer. Also, I've had to make a repair/replacement of one of the inside straps. The clasp is quite cheap (plastic), and broke the first time I used it. Replaced it with a metal one from my previous case, which has worked fine.
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I've had my SKB-X1 for probably about 8 years now, and it's really been a life-saver; there's probably no kind of gear worse to move than drum stands, and if you don't have a case or a bag you're taking a ton of trips to the car/van/bus, and if it's winter you're carrying cold metal stands that are digging into your hands. For a professional drummer a case like this (or at least a bag) is a must-have item.

This case has served me very well for almost a decade, and has even protected my gear in a high-speed, roll-over accident.

My only complaint with this SKB case is that it has two heavy-duty handles on the lid, and unless you've only got a few light-weight stands in there -- which wouldn't make sense for a case this size -- the lid handles cannot support the weight of the case for long. I load my case with my drum throne, 5 double-braced, heavy-duty stands, kick pedal, stick bag, and sometimes guitar/mic stands while on-tour. After about 2 years of constant use both lid handles busted right off during separate load-ins, but it wasn't the plastic or the handle itself that failed: it was the thin strip of (what seemed like) tin holding each handle to the lid. If these handles are intended to support the weight of the case then the lid should really be reinforced with some rigid metal (perhaps aluminum) bars, and the handles should be attached to those. Reinforcing the lid would keep if from flexing when lifted by those handles, which would transfer the load to the straps holding the lid in-place.

To be honest: I'm glad those lid handles busted off, because I'd always have to tell people helping me load my gear: "Don't lift the case by those handles!" Now that the handles are gone I don't have to warn anybody.
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Before I purchased this case, I had used the large 48" SKB case and that one was kinda flimsy and the case didn't stay together very well when fully loaded. Well, this case is a different story! It has proven to be quite the work-horse. I'll list the pros / cons so it's a quick read.

Pros:
- Pretty sturdy
- Compact enough to fit in the back seat of a car
- Easy to carry (albeit w/ 2 people) and maneuver (even by yourself thanks to the wheels)
- Holds drum hardware/pedals AND has spare room for things such as microphone stands, microphones, cables, etc
- Outside straps ensure the lid is closed tight

Cons:
- Doesn't have handle on bottom where wheels are
- Inside straps are nice, but the clasp side of it doesn't extend fully to the top of the case (this can be annoying when trying to secure a lot of equipment)

I've used this case for about 15 shows now and it's held up very nicely! No issues to speak of and everything is still attached.

I haven't tried to fit rack hardware in here yet so I assume it'll be ok, since rack hardware is 36" and the interior of this case is about 38". That will be the next thing I load up in this beast. Overall though, I recommend this case as long as you don't need something ridiculously large to haul of lot of equipment. At that point it just becomes un-carriable anyways.
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The SKB large drum case is large and is tough as nails. The wheels are truly durable. The case overall is actually heavier than it needs to be, as the bottom half doubles over for about six inches from the upper edge, but that is the level of protection SKB has attempted to build into the case. The most useless feature of the case is the insert tray, which I find unnecessary and which is almost as heavy by itself as the main (bottom) portion of the case. I threw the insert away, but that leaves two small gaps under the edge of the lid which make me a tad bit nervous.
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