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A medium-shaft drumstick set with a long taper to create balance that also has R&B drummer Aaron Spears'...
Carmine's stick features a tip like a 5A at one end and a large heavy tip at the butt end. It provides great...
For a sound that's in-between sticks and brushes.
Deeply back-cut tips produce intensified cymbal response in these select hickory sticks. Black. <br />16" L.
Long-lasting sticks for authentic timbale tone.
Don't let those sticks slip! Wrap your favorite sticks in VicTape for improved grip and control.
David Garibaldi of Tower of Power fame has this barrel tip and extra long taper signature stick that is great...
A special half acorn wood tip gives incredible cymbal clarity.
Developed with one of today's premier drummers.
Braided heavy-gauge stainless steel wires produce bold percussive sounds. Strike, scrape, or let your...
Vic Firth has expanded the concept of their popular Rute to offer a complete line of models for a variety of...
Combines the shaft dimensions of a 5A and 5B with a long taper for effortless rebound. 16"L x .585"D.
If they're good enough for Tommy, they're good enough.
A 55A shaft with a barrel tip for a beefy stick that's easy to play. Designed for comfort, balance, durability...
Since 1963, Vic Firth has been providing drummers with exceptionally crafted sticks and mallets in a wide range of sizes and woods. Whether you're a complex jazz percussionist or a hard-hitting headbanger, Vic Firth caters to all genres, and they have more than enough stick and mallet choices to take your skills to the next level.
Before choosing a pair of drumsticks or mallets, it's important to consider your own playing style first. After all, they come in many different wood types, and the three most common are hickory, maple and oak. Hickory sticks are sturdy, versatile, and the most popular. On the other hand, maple sticks are a favorite with jazz players because they're so light and flexible, while oak is praised for its staying power and huge projection, making it ideal for louder rock groups. Whatever you decide upon, you can bet that Vic Firth has what you're looking for, so let's take a peek at some of your options.
In the stick department, you can't go wrong with the 3-Pair American Classic hickory drumsticks. Featuring a bold design for a fuller sound, and deep back-cut tips to enhance your cymbal response, the American Classics are an excellent example of why so many drummers and percussionists count on Vic Firth to bring their talents to the forefront. Now, if you're after a set of oak sticks, then try the Shogun Japanese White Oak sticks. With their rigid response and incredible cross-stick tone, these sticks create a bright cymbal sound that really cuts through. Another big seller in this catalog are the American Custom Bolero drumsticks. Made with maple and containing nylon tips, they're the perfect set of tools for orchestral and pit work.
As a drummer, you are the driving force behind the music, and responsible for keeping the other band members on time. For this reason, you need to be armed with drumsticks or mallets that last long, and continue to sound great through countless practices and performances. Of course, these are two things you can always expect from Vic Firth sticks and mallets.
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