First, consider what you'll be using the drum set for. If you're just starting out, a basic drum set with no cymbals or other accessories may be a good option. If you plan to use the drum set regularly, you'll need a bag that can hold all of the equipment.
Next, think about how often you'll need to transport the drum set. If you only need to transport it occasionally, a soft case may be enough. If you plan to transport the drum set often, you'll need something more durable.
Finally, consider what style of drum set you have. If you have a traditional drum set, a hard case may be the best option. If you have a drum set with cymbals, a soft case may be better.
Gator Cases Protechtor Series 5 piece Padded Drum Bag Set for Standard Kits; 22" Kick, 12” Tom, 13” Tom, 16” Tom, 14” Snare (GP-STANDARD-100)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||26.77 x 26.77 x 7 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18 x 9 x 18 inches|
|Size||Up to 22" Cymbals|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||23 x 3 x 23 inches|
Gator Cases Drum Set Hardware Carry Bag with Removable Shoulder Strap; Dimensions 13" X 50" (GP-HDWE-1350)
|Style||1350 Drum Set Cases|