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Vic Firth American Classic DoubleGlaze Drum Sticks
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- #K47982 000002001 K47982000002001
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The world's most played drum stick, treated with Vic Firth's DoubleGlaze lacquer formula to help keep the sticks in your hands, securely and comforta...Click To Read More About This Product
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A double coat of lacquer for secure grip on classic Vic Firth sticks.
The world's most played drum stick, treated with Vic Firth's DoubleGlaze lacquer formula to help keep the sticks in your hands, securely and comfortably. The DoubleGlaze is a consistent and classic feel that's great for dry hands, without being too sticky and still allowing for fluid, versatile play.
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- Quantity: 1
- Type: Sticks
- Drum Stick size: Multiple
- Diameter: Multiple
- Length: Multiple
- Material: Hickory
- Drum Stick tip: Wood
- Tip Shape: Acorn
- Taper: Not specified
- Finish: Lacquer
- Country of origin: United States
- Grip Material: Yes
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Comments about Vic Firth American Classic Double Glaze Drum Sticks:
I've been through quite a number of different brands and sticks. Back in the day I always loved the Zildjian sticks with the grippy stuff but that was partially because my grip was rather incorrect. I tried ProMark's and while I liked them, the wood they use seems to chips worse than any other stick company I've tried. I don't know what the deal is with that.
Anyway, I had decided I really loved the Vic Firth American Classic 5AN Extreme...used that for a long time until I realized part of the reason I liked such long sticks was because my grip was once again not right... I grabbed these double glaze up for free from my local drum shop and decided to try them.
WOW! Love them. A lot of guy were like "yeah, you'll like them, til your hands get sweaty and they get slick." Well...my hands don't really GET sweaty when I play... I think the grip on them is awesome and they have a really nice sound.
Only two things annoy me: One is that when they break they BREAK. Like huge long chunks along the grain. But as long as you don't play your cymbals like a noob, they'll last several shows easily. Mine usually last a good while.
The other things is, and I realize that because of the process of painting them this isn't perhaps easily possible, but I REALLY wish they had a nylon tip version. I love the nylon tips on the American classic series.