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Pro mark Hickory 5A Wood Tip Drumsticks
Pro mark 5A Rebound .565 Hickory
Pro mark Hickory 5B Wood Tip Drumsticks
Pro mark Hickory 7A Wood Tip Drumsticks
Vic Firth VF-5A 5A Wood Tip Drum Sticks
Vic Firth VF-5B 5B Wood Tip Drum Sticks
Vic Firth VF-7A 7A Wood Tip Drum Sticks
Vic Firth VF-2B 2B Wood Tip Drum Sticks
Vic Firth VF-5AN 5A Nylon Tip Drum Sticks
Vic Firth X5B Extreme 5B Drum Sticks (Pair)
Chord Maple Drumsticks 5A Wood Tip
Pro mark Hot Rods Drumsticks
D'Addario Promark Everyday Drumstick Bag
Pro mark TB3 Telescopic Wire Brush Drumsticks
Mono Shogun Stick Bag Black
Mono Stick Bag Black
Vic Firth 5A Extreme Wood Tip Drum Sticks
About Drum Sticks
Drum sticks come in a wide variety of styles, sizes and materials and can drastically change the sound of your playing. It’s common for drummers to have a collection of different drum sticks so that they can play a variety of styles.
Traditional wooden drum sticks come in different weights and lengths which are denoted by a number and a letter like 7A, 5B, etc. The most common drumstick is the 5A. While they’re most often used to play rock, they are great for pretty much any type of drumming. If you only have one set of drum sticks, 5A sticks would be the ones to go for!
Outside of traditional wooden drum sticks, brushes, mallets and hot rods are also extremely popular to give percussionists control over their sound.
What Makes Drum Sticks Different?
- Material and weight massively affects sound.
- Heavy drum sticks are best for rock and metal.
- Brushes and mallets give a soft, delicate sound.