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Sabian Tom Gauger Crash Caddy

Model: SAB-61137

Availability: In Stock

$52.99

The Sabian T. Gauger Crash Caddy is a nylon cymbal carry bag that can be fitted over a standard music stand and used as a cymbal cradle. The bag is equipped with nylon handles and buckles which securely attach the bag to the music stand....
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Sabian Tom Gauger Crash Caddy - Product Information

The Sabian T. Gauger Crash Caddy is a nylon cymbal carry bag that can be fitted over a standard music stand and used as a cymbal cradle.

The bag is equipped with nylon handles and buckles which securely attach the bag to the music stand. The padded bag eliminates contact sounds when the cymbals are placed into the Crash Caddy.

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Excellent Investment

Comments:

If you are a working percussionist, the Gauger Crash Caddy is a must have. It is a cymbal case and a cymbal stand. You should keep your cymbals in a case when not in use. And you need a cymbal stand to hold them when in rehearsals or performances. This cymbal caddy serves both purposes. No longer do I need to bring along a separate hardware cymbal stand. I just hook the Crash Caddy on a conventional music stand and I'm done. The first one I purchased holds an 18" pair of cymbals. The second one I purchased holds a 20" pair of cymbals. So, "Yes, it will accommodate a 20" pair of cymbals". Highly recommended.

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Posted By:

Timothy Haley

Rating:

5.00

Perfect, if real stands are at the gig.

Comments:

Let me start by saying that this really does what it promises. You can attach it to a standard music stand and it works fabulously. I just got really unlucky and ended up playing a lot of groups that don't have standard music stands for the percussion section. Strapping this thing to the back of a chair kinda sorta works but not great. It doesn't fit on music stands that have a built in pencil tray. It works on *standard* music stands. There's one more minor issue which is easily fixed. The outside of the bag has the hook half of the Velcro on it, which can catch and scratch things. I cut some pieces of loop or fuzzy side Velcro and I just stick that on the bag when I don't have the flaps folded over to hold the cymbals on the stand.

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Posted By:

Becky Reid

Rating:

5.00

Great Idea!

Comments:

Sincere thanks to Tom Gauger to develop a lightweight cymbal bag that doubles as a cradle for the crash cymbals by clipping the carry straps underneath a metal music stand. For those who need to haul lots of equipment for rehearsals and performances, this innovation saves the need to pack a cymbal cradle. This bag sucurely handles crash cymbals up to 20" in size.

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Posted By:

Will Rapp

Rating:

5.00

Must Have

Comments:

If you are a working and traveling concert percussionist who has their own crash cymbals this is a must have item. The bag works very well as a cymbal case to protect your investment. And when you get to the gig all you have to do is grab an extra music stand and it turns into a cymbal holder. I no longer need to pack a cymbal holder in my hardware bag. Very cost effective if you calculate the cost of a cymbal case AND a cymbal holder. I would agree with other reviews that 18" (maybe 19") cymbals are the max size. I own 2 of these - one for a 16" pair and one for an 18" pair. Very glad I purchased this item.

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Posted By:

Timothy Haley

Rating:

5.00

LOVE THIS!

Comments:

I've used various cymbal stands for orchestra work for many years. However, I just became familiar with this Crash Caddy at a symphony gig last evening. LOVE IT! The thing I like about it is that using the music stand as it's support, it's still very secure and stable, and the footprint is smaller for ideal use in a crowded orchestra pit. I love it so much, I just ordered one from Steve and can't wait to use it on our next production. Just be aware, it will probably work best with cymbals 18"-19" and smaller. I don't think you can get a 20" in there securely.

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Posted By:

Kenny Hodges

Rating:

5.00
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