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SideKick Drums Bundle Stick Beater
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The Bundle Stick Beater is best with amplified guitars and casual venues like a coffeehouse. The deft wood bundle tip will give a player a unique, lo...Click To Read More About This Product
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SideKick beaters are designed to give you the correct volume for various venues.
The Bundle Stick Beater is best with amplified guitars and casual venues like a coffeehouse. The deft wood bundle tip will give a player a unique, lower volume attack with round tone. All SideKick beaters fit in standard bass drum pedals. Made in U.S.A.
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Comments about SideKick Drums Bundle Stick Beater:
I bought this to use on my 22" kick drum, as a lower-volume alternative to beaters, and hoped to use it as a unique sound source on the bass drum as well. Please see my comments regarding service and the mfr (excellent!), but I must say that after getting it and putting it on my pedal, I believe this was made for snare drums played in the SideKick floor-based snare riser "only". The problem using this on a bass drum is that this product has no "head". It's straight up and down. That is, you have to push the Bundle Stick about an inch PAST your normal distance to make contact with the bass drum head, as you have no beater. It's a completely foreign feeling, and not practical--at that point you're fighting against the recoil springs as you're still going forward. This short reach also has to do with the bass drum hoops being wider than snare drum hoops and adding distance.
Something I like to see in reviews is to know the "sound" of the product. I use many different "bundle" or "rods" drum sticks on my kit, and In this case, this Bundle Stick offers a very dulled tone on my BD, not very musical, and with little projection (my goal), but it has a solid sounding, single note impact-conversely, my rods or bundle drum sticks typically offer a more "squished" or "splayed" sound on my drumheads and cymbals, while this is "stiff" against the BD head.
Overall this is an innovative, pretty well made product, from a customer oriented company, but is best suited for foot pedal based snare drums or percussion (cowbells, woodblock).