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An aluminum tip produces cymbal sounds that cut and project with amazing brilliance and clarity. Hickory. 16"...
Long-lasting sticks for authentic timbale tone.
With a full-sized shaft and an enlarged tear drop tip, this stick is built for power! 16-7/8L" x .630"...
Combines the shaft dimensions of a 5A and 5B with a long taper for effortless rebound. 16"L x .585"D.
Designed by contemporary funkster and R&B <br />stylist Zoro.
American Classics look pretty in pink.
Allow yourself versatility to play in any genre with these signature sticks.
Carmine's stick features a tip like a 5A at one end and a large heavy tip at the butt end. It provides great...
Dense felt heads give these well-balanced sticks a warmer sound than conventional wood tips.
Sticks that are at home in either the jazz or classical worlds.
Vic Firth is one of the most recognizable names in percussion, which is all the more impressive when you consider that the company's core business is in drum sticks. Of course, since the sticks are one of a drummer's most important tools, it's not surprising that a manufacturer like Vic Firth would rise to the top of the industry by making some of the best drum sticks in the world. The story of Vic Firth starts with the man of the same name, a long-time performer in the Boston Symphony Orchestra. When he was asked to play music that the drum sticks of the day couldn't handle, he solved the problem by designing his own higher-quality sticks. He whittled those first prototypes by hand not because he wanted to, but because he needed to in order to have a stick that met his standards.
Today's Vic Firth sticks have come a long way from the company's humble beginnings over 50 years ago. For example, they're one of the first drum stick makers to create a carbon fiber model: the Titan. These carbon sticks will surprise you with how natural and woody they sound, while also lasting far longer than a traditional hickory stick. Another unique option from Vic Firth is the SHOGUN series in Japanese White Oak, which are great for marching band and rock use where volume is king. Of course, there are also dozens of classic hickory Vic Firth sticks to choose from if exotic materials aren't for you.
Maybe you'd like to tackle the styles of some of your favorite drumming legends? In that case, check out Vic Firth's lineup of signature sticks. You might start with Dave Weckl, who has a couple of sets designed to his specifications, each available with wood or nylon tips. Steve Gadd's signature sticks feature a barrel tip, which makes them great for the studio, and the Alex Acuna Conquistador Timbale Sticks sound amazing on the timbale and cymbals. Whichever style you like, you can find a pair of signature sticks designed by a drummer who has it mastered.
The reputation that Vic Firth drum sticks have built up over the years is no accident. From the first hand-whittled prototypes created by Vic himself to today's huge selection of drum sticks in all shapes and sizes, every pair of Vic Firth sticks is designed to be amongst the best. Put a set of Vic Firth drum sticks in your hands and you'll probably agree.