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Nylon tip that sounds softer, like a wood tip. Nylon tip: E- Tip (teardrop with grooves). 16" x .580".
One pair of hickory timbale sticks. Each measures 16" in length and 1/2" diameter. Perfect for general timbale...
Enough weight for solid drum sound, with a bead tip for great cymbal definition. 16"L, .530 D.
Regal Tip Blast Mallet EX Drumsticks are based on Regal Tip's Grind drumsticks, the #1 selling extreme metal...
Whether you're into electrogrind or grindcore, these sticks will help you melt a face or two.
Versatile sticks designed for the "one man percussion show" who has played for Santana and many more.
The best of both wood and nylon tips!
Timbale sticks from the stick specialists.
Regal Tip drumsticks, the original nylon-tip sticks, were developed over 40 years ago by Joe Calato. Today...
Killer sticks made for Rob Zombies drummer, and former drummer for Alice Cooper and The Nuge.
A multi-functional stick that offers the percussionist the durability of a medium/heavy-weight timbale stick...
One time playing Regal Tip drum sticks would probably be enough to convince even the biggest skeptics that not all sticks are created equal. With a great selection of both wood and nylon-tipped drum sticks, Regal Tip has the perfect set for drummers of any style. These sticks are known for their excellent grip and consistent performance - since every one of Regal Tip's sticks goes through a grueling grading process before it ships, you can always count on great results when you take to the throne with a pair of Regal Tips in hand. The first step in making world-class gear for musicians is usually to be a musician yourself. That was the case with Regal Tip's founding by professional drummer Joe Calato in 1958. Before that, the only drum sticks on the market were wood-tipped and had a tendency to wear out quickly. Looking for a solution, Joe worked to perfect the first drum sticks with nylon tips. He didn't stop there, however; he also revolutionized the woodworking processes used for the sticks and set the standard for modern drum stick craftsmanship.
Even now, nearly six decades later, Regal Tip drum sticks are still raising the bar. Today, you can find three different kinds of tips on Regal Tip sticks: wood, nylon and E-Tips. Nylon tips are known for having a brighter, clearer sound, particularly on the cymbals, so if you'd like a traditional tip, you might choose wood for warmth or nylon for brilliance. Nylon is also known for its durability, so you might be wondering how you can get the warmth of a wood tip with the longevity of nylon - that's where the E-Tip comes in. This tip is made of nylon, but its unique grooved design produces a warm, woody sound quality.
Regal Tip also offers an extensive selection of signature Performer Series drum sticks, with tips and balance characteristics tailored to world-class drummers. For example, Brian Tichy's "TishStix" and the Tommy Clufetos sticks each feature acorn wood tips, while the Jake Hanna and Joe Calato Performer Series have teardrop nylon tips. You can even get a pair of straight timbale drum sticks in the Walfredo Reyes Sr. Performers. When you want to emulate the style of your favorite drummers, a set of sticks made to their specifications is a great way to start.
Whatever your skill level or style, Regal Tip drum sticks are a smart choice. Between the three tip varieties and shapes, as well as the differently-balanced bodies of the sticks, there's no doubt that you�ll find a set that's the perfect fit for you. Armed with a sweet pair of Regal Tip sticks, you'll be ready to hit the drums like never before.