By: Anonymous on Aug 4 2012 6:20PM
To get an idea of where I am coming from with this review I should tell you that I am a metal drummer, drumming around 170-260 bpm and my stick of choice would normally be Pro-Mark 5A nylon tip. These sticks are incredible, especially for the average price of a quarter of the Pro-Mark equivalent. They're light weight, create a strong hit and are very durable. If that's what you're looking for then I would highly recommend these sticks.
By: Anonymous on Jul 10 2012 2:15PM
i bought these sticks as i was in need of some cheap and cheerful drumsticks for my bands practice session, they were above expected standard and delivered on the second working day from ordering, so am very pleased.
By: 5a nylon tip Maple drumsticks on Apr 18 2012 11:03AM
Easily the cheapest on the market, but surprisingly good quality.
To top it all off, Great customer service/Communication and VERY fast delivery. I am now a repeat customer. Highly Recommend.
By: Domnal on Feb 28 2012 12:21AM
These sticks are a little lighter than the Vic Firth Hickory for the same gauge. I have some 2BN Hickory Vic Firth and they are really heavy , so these met the need for lighter faster and indeed more intricate playing.
I also have some Vic Firth Nova 5A which are a lower grade Hickory than the "full fat" ones - It does say on their web site . But The Tiger maple are a nicer alternative to the NoVA hickory and a bit cheaper !!
By: Domnal on Feb 28 2012 12:16AM
Slightly shorter than the 5A nylon tip . These sticks are a little lighter than the Vic Firth Hickory for the same guage. I have some 2BN Hickory Vic Firth and they are really heavy , so these met the need for lighter faster and indeed more intricate playing.