Reviews and Problems with Vic Firth 5B American Hickory Wood Tip Drumstick
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23 January 2012
Summary: im a hardcore drummer and i have went thew vater sticks zildjian sticks and pro mark sticks and they all seam to splinter and fall apart. im not stupid i know how to hit the cymbals correctly its just all of those other brands are not as durable as these. i like the 5B sticks with nylon tips
Summary: Yeah, sure, lots of drummer jokes. The classic is the bartender who can talk to anyone. With math guys, it's topology or Hilbert spaces, with Physicists it's Feynman diagrams drawn in the condensation of the beer glass; English majors get subtle questions about Derrida or Joyce. Drummers?
Summary: I've been drumming for 2 years now, i play rock and metal and i went a long time without good sticks. I was using cheap sticks i bought from a local music store , to hold me over until I could get some quality sticks and the difference is unbelievable.
Summary: I have a couple sets of these sticks. Vic Firth are the best sticks I've played with. My first set ever were Vic Firth and I've tried others, but just keep coming back to the Vic Firth's. They feel great in my hands. The weight and quality are hard to beat.
Summary: I have been a drummer for 46 years. For years I used Pro Mark. I swore by them. I tried these sticks for the first time, last month, and I have to say that I will never, ever use another stick, or brand of stick. The craftsmanship is just phenomenal, as is the wood.
Summary: These r seriously the best sticks i ever bought and i've been playin drums for awhile, and tried about every other brand of sticks...others snap within one song..one pair of these sticks last me a whole set! Def recommend em'.