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Rubber-gripped. Retractable without a pull-rod.
Soft nylon bristles give a fuller, fatter sound and the handle is great for back sticking.
Regal Tip Black Jack Brushes have an easy stick-to-brush transition, with thin, sleek nylon bristles and an...
Non-retractable, wood handle and rubber grip make these the choice of the famous Clayton Cameron. Features...
Vic Firth has expanded the concept of their popular Rute to offer a complete line of models for a variety of...
Features a "sweep" brush with medium gauge wire for smooth sound‚ and a "ride" brush with tight spread and...
The perfect brush for great backbeat accents.
A high quality telescope brush with a wide wire spread and an economic price tag. Wires store inside...
For any drummer, from the hobbyist to the professional, variety is key. Each and every drum and cymbal in your set is its own unique instrument with its own sound—but that's just the beginning. With a wide assortment of percussion mallets at your disposal, each one of those instruments can sing in scores of different voices. The brush is one such mallet, able to extract sounds from your percussion instruments that are well beyond the reach of conventional drum sticks. As their name suggests, brushes are made up of numerous bristles bound together with a handle or bundled and taped. Different brushes may feature metal, plastic or polymer bristles in varying lengths, widths and weights. As a result, it's not uncommon for a drummer to own several sets of brushes in order to achieve the exact sound required for each specific song. Whether you're an expert looking for your next pair or a novice just starting out your collection, there are plenty of brushes to choose from. Brushes are often used in jazz, swing and blues music, but they have their place in any style when the song demands their characteristically light, swishing sounds. With some models, you can even flip the brush over to use it as a stick or mallet in a pinch. This can open up the potential to incorporate multiple percussion sounds into your music at once for some amazing results. If you are looking for the ultimate in customizability and a perfectly-tailored sound, a set of retractable brushes may be for you. These brushes feature telescoping handles that allow you to adjust the position of the sweep-style bristles. This not only gives you total control over the tightness of the sound, it's also great for travel since the brushes can be retracted completely to protect the bristles from damage. Bundle or sweep, retractable or fixed, traditional or double-ended—the many styles of brush make it easy to find a pair to meet your needs. Take advantage of these specialized sticks whenever you want to add a little personality to your sound.