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Zildjian Mezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks  

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  • Category: Brushes & Specialty Sticks
  • Length: 16"
  • Diameter: 0.6"
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      Wonderfully different effects!

      These Zildjian sticks are for lower volume settings. Crisp, unique sound. Seven high-quality, birch dowels surround a larger center dowel. Adjustable ring for dowel spread options. Orange rubber handle for secure grip.

      • Category: Brushes & Specialty Sticks
      • Length: 16"
      • Diameter: 0.6"
      • Tip type: wood tip
      • Handle type: rubber
      • Genre: country, fusion, hip hop, jazz, Latin, pop, R&B, rock, world

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      ZildjianMezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks

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      The sound I wanted but risky

      By Gtapiacalvino

      from Panama, Rep. of Panama.

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      • Improves Sound


      • Poor Quality
      • The Glue Used Is Poor

      Best Uses

      • Small Places

      Comments about Zildjian Mezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks:

      The glue used to stick the rods is not of good quality... The rods pops out while you are playing... That is bad.

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      Not my cup of tea

      By DW5000 Man 4 Life

      from Red Banks, MS

      Comments about Zildjian Mezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks:

      Well, I was hoping against hope that I would like these rods since the concept is very logical and promising. But unlike the fellow reviewer who liked these a lot, I just did not care for the feel of them while playing at all. I could feel the surrounding small dowels vibrating against the interior large dowel while playing, which is a bit disconcerting. The actual attack on the drums themselves lacked the punchiness I'm used to with both Pro Mark Hot Rods and Lightning Rods. Cymbal articulation was also not as good as the Pro Mark rods either. The vibrating dowels just felt strange in my hand and sounded 'different' on both drums and cymbals, at least in my experience. Maybe if they bound the smaller dowels tighter to the center dowel, it would make a difference, I don't know. And for what its worth, the large center dowel broke on one of the sticks tonight while playing at church. That is telling, as I used my worn out Pro Mark rods more than them, and that was only the 5 or 6th song I used them on, so they did not hold up well either. All in all, they were worth a shot, but its back to Pro Mark for myself and the tinnitus in my left ear.

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      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Zildjian Mezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks:

      These sticks have laste my whole career. 1 PAIR for over 13 years. Imagine. Ha...it unbelievable that the people at Zildjian would take the time to make something with this much quality and for this price. These are the sticks that everyone should have. Play guitar? then give your guitar a few whacks with them. See which breaks first.

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      Throw away your Thunder Rods

      By GPurvis

      from Eatonton, GA

      Comments about Zildjian Mezzo 1 Multi-Rod Drumsticks:

      I just spent two weeks touring with these AWESOME rods. I've been a die-hard user of the ProMark red rods for years, so I was not vulnerable to be swayed. But Zildjian has finally done what I've been looking for for years...they put a larger diameter rod in the center of the brush. This results in a stronger, bouncier feel, and the EQ improvement that you get is measurable and significant. If you're a rods guy, Zildjian is the new standard. I'm sure ProMark will respond to this obvious trump and start putting a larger rod in the center. But, until then, do not hesitate to make the switch. You will be amazed.

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