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PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks  Wood Tip 

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Pro-Mark Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks are the oak 747 wood tip. Rush drummer Peart is one of the most influential drummers in contemporary ...Read More

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The Rush drummer's versatile signature sticks.

Pro-Mark Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks are the oak 747 wood tip. Rush drummer Peart is one of the most influential drummers in contemporary music. And Neil continues to take the art form to even greater heights.

Neil's signature 747's are like a 5A, but longer, with a thicker taper and larger tip. These versatile sticks may be used in quiet applications or when more volume is required. They're heavier in weight than the hickory version.

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  • 16"-1/4" L
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PROMARKNeil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks
 
4.9

(based on 86 reviews)

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    (77)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

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    (1)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Heavier oak in a smaller package

I have had Neil Peart Promark sticks in the past. I have lot of sticks. I was recently playing with Vic Firth Thomas Lang signature sticks and the VF Buddy Rich sticks. I...Read complete review

I have had Neil Peart Promark sticks in the past. I have lot of sticks. I was recently playing with Vic Firth Thomas Lang signature sticks and the VF Buddy Rich sticks. I also play with Ahead Lars Ulrich sticks. There a bit too heavy but it helps me develop my wrist technique. I really enjoy Traditional grip but use match grip many times. Lately I pulled out some of my Snake n Arrow tour Promark Neil Peart sticks. I was really pleased with the way I have evolved in development because I was so pleased or stoked with the feel now of the Peart Promarks! Light enough to be a perfect weight on each instrument of my drum kit, ya know, how sometimes a heavier stick will make everything sound different right? and the oak is heavy enough so in my hand it's not too light and the way it rebounds and responds sound wise as well was perfect right now. So now I have a stack of them because they seem to be the perfect balance for my playing. And it doesn't make any difference what tour or time frame of Neil's sticks you play , they are the same stick with a different mark on them is all. Now I have a boat load of R40s. Same stick. I really like how they feel! Not too heavy and not too light. Off the subject here , I use a Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute with Tama hardware around it. I like the Speed Cobras. So my Yamaha is now a Tamaha. I also ordered a Tama custom order in Platinum sparkle for some smaller sizes than my Tamaha. But on sticks, A stick is just a stick, though I like the Oak as opposed to the American Hickory.This is why this stick works weight wise for it's size. Everyone will perhaps be a different weight class, strength level as well as style of play. Sometimes reviews on sticks might actually be useless. But right now this Peart stick is my main stick. For practice I use the Ahead sticks for development.

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Wrong item

I was ordering the Neal Peart "Snakes and Arrows" drumsticks but only received the newer signature series. The picture didn't accurately show what I was getting.

I was ordering the Neal Peart "Snakes and Arrows" drumsticks but only received the newer signature series. The picture didn't accurately show what I was getting.

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5.0

sweet and well balanced

By 

from Thumb of MIchigan

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Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

Nice and well balanced, what else would Neil use. Quality oak for sure.

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5.0

NEIL PEART AUTOGRAPH SERIES DRUMSTICKS

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from Poughkeepsie, NY ( most of the time ).

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Pros

  • Balanced Pairs
  • Oak
  • Short Taper
  • Size
  • Tip Shape
  • Weight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everything Anything

    Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

    The Promark Oak 747,s are a good fit for me.
    Size, Weight & Balanced Pairs, Shorter Taper & Tip Shape are a standard with Promark 747's.
    Neil Peart,s Autograph is a nice touch for the Peart Fans.
    Good Strong Stick!

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    5.0

    NEIL PEART AUTOGRAPH SERIES DRUMSTICKS

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    from Poughkeepsie, NY ( most of the time ).

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    Pros

    • Balanced Pairs
    • Comfortable feel
    • Highest Quality
    • Made to last
    • Oak

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Anywhere
      • Everywhere

      Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

      My favorite Oak Drumstick.
      Made to rock out.
      Special taper makes for longer life.
      Great for hard hitting.
      Professionally, for me, Oak is the way to go if you can afford it.
      However, I do also use Maple & Hickory occasionally.

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      5.0

      Heavier oak in a smaller package

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            Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

            I have had Neil Peart Promark sticks in the past. I have lot of sticks. I was recently playing with Vic Firth Thomas Lang signature sticks and the VF Buddy Rich sticks. I also play with Ahead Lars Ulrich sticks. There a bit too heavy but it helps me develop my wrist technique. I really enjoy Traditional grip but use match grip many times. Lately I pulled out some of my Snake n Arrow tour Promark Neil Peart sticks. I was really pleased with the way I have evolved in development because I was so pleased or stoked with the feel now of the Peart Promarks! Light enough to be a perfect weight on each instrument of my drum kit, ya know, how sometimes a heavier stick will make everything sound different right? and the oak is heavy enough so in my hand it's not too light and the way it rebounds and responds sound wise as well was perfect right now. So now I have a stack of them because they seem to be the perfect balance for my playing. And it doesn't make any difference what tour or time frame of Neil's sticks you play , they are the same stick with a different mark on them is all. Now I have a boat load of R40s. Same stick. I really like how they feel! Not too heavy and not too light. Off the subject here , I use a Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute with Tama hardware around it. I like the Speed Cobras. So my Yamaha is now a Tamaha. I also ordered a Tama custom order in Platinum sparkle for some smaller sizes than my Tamaha. But on sticks, A stick is just a stick, though I like the Oak as opposed to the American Hickory.This is why this stick works weight wise for it's size. Everyone will perhaps be a different weight class, strength level as well as style of play. Sometimes reviews on sticks might actually be useless. But right now this Peart stick is my main stick. For practice I use the Ahead sticks for development.

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            5.0

            Extremely durable

            By 

            from Detroit, michigan

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            Pros

            • very strong

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                Very pleased with these sticks, I had them for a year and then they finally broke. I play at very least an hour a day and these are perfect for everyday use. I just bought 4 more pairs and should be good for a few more years at this rate.

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                1.0

                Wrong item

                By 

                from Wichita, KS

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                      Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                      I was ordering the Neal Peart "Snakes and Arrows" drumsticks but only received the newer signature series. The picture didn't accurately show what I was getting.

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                      4.0

                      Not what was pictured, but great wood ;)

                      By 

                      from Des Moines, IA

                      Pros

                      • Durable
                      • feel
                      • Length

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Performances

                        Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                        Can't go wrong with a drumstick from one of the worlds best drummers ever! The Shira Kashi Oak is so smooth and feels amazing! Also, the extra 1/4 inch makes a HUGE difference in reach. The only let down I had was that the picture in the description was a pic of the "snakes and arrows" tour sticks, but ended up getting just the generic signature ones. But still great sticks!

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                        4.0

                        Good Sticks, but

                        Pros

                        • Fat Sound From Drums
                        • Relatively durable

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Big Band Possibly
                          • Djent
                          • Metal
                          • Pop
                          • Rock

                          Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                          These sticks are generally very durable. I have had probably over 20 pairs of sticks in total and only a few have broken easily, although recently I have been hitting much harder. So anyway, I love the length and thickness. It just feels great with those aspects. Long but not extreme, thick but not too fat. I wish the taper was just a bit longer, but not too much, you still get plenty of bounce. These sticks are heavy. With the oval tip and the overall weight, these make it easier to get your drums to sound loud and fat. These are great for rock and metal if you want sticks that aren't too thick (thick being 5B and 2B). I am not a gigging drummer, but if I were playing a small jazz club with combo, these sticks might be my last choice. They could work for big band, but the taper does have just a bit (really just a tad) too much of forward balance. They just aren't as comfortable as a standard jazz stick for playing bounces. Anyway, these sticks are awesome for playing metal. I love playing Meshuggah and Dillinger stuff and this helps me just get a nice fat sound with a good feel too.

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                          4.0

                          Good Sticks!

                          By 

                          from Bristol, Ct.

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                                Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                                Good sticks to say the least! They are lasting longer than I had thought! I play very hard and strike the cymbals near their edge which takes its toll on the sticks neck area. A little pricey, but worth every beat they take!!! I will buy these in the near future and will recommend them for sure. Tony

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                                5.0

                                Peart 747

                                By 

                                from New Jersey

                                Pros

                                • Balanced
                                • Powerful
                                • Smooth
                                • Strong

                                Cons

                                • Somewhat Heavy

                                Best Uses

                                • Alternative Rock
                                • Jazz
                                • Rock

                                Comments about PROMARK Neil Peart Autograph Series Drumsticks:

                                This stick is great for the hard hitting rock drummer. When I broke my 5AL's, I decided to try these, and they are great. I definitely prefer the Japanese Oak. Somewhat heavy, but great for hard rock. They also work for lighter styles, too, as they aren't extremely thick. The bigger oval tip really gives power. Great stick.

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