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Protection Racket Introducing New Electronic Cases

United States
State-of the-art products require state-of-art designed cases.

21st May 2007 — Using some of the most advanced technology available, electronic kits are now more sophisticated than ever and require specially designed cases to protect them and provide a safe environment during transport.

UK based Protection Racket have for over fourteen years built up a reputation for innovative high quality musical instrument cases and they have now designed a unique range of electronic cases which are sensitive to the needs of electronic kits and are tailored to fit the best selling Roland and Yamaha models.

Using Protection Racket’s unique Propadd foam for it’s shock resistant characteristics, the new cases are both rugged in construction and lightweight in design. The cases use clever internal dividing system to create a flexible number of compact, snug compartments to separate the individual components of the kit. From wires to pedal and drum brain to drum pads, Protection Racket have created exclusive cases which will keep everything organised, protected, and stored in a compact way.

Now available:

  • Electro 1 hardware bag to fit DTXPL, DTXpress II & III, Roland TD6
  • Electro 2 hardware case to fit TD8
  • Electro 3 hardware case to fit Roland TD10 & TD12
  • DTXP hardware bag to fit DTXPress II & TD6 complete
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