On-Stage Stands 5B Nylon Tip Hickory Drumsticks

Hickory Drumsticks, 5B, Nylon Tips - (1 pair)
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Quality Nylon-tipped Drumsticks!

To play with lightning speed you need sticks that are stronger, straighter, and last longer. These have been logged, air kiln dried, shaped, sanded, sealed and are ready to make some thunder.

Hickory Wood Drum Sticks Features:
  • 5B
  • Nylon tip
  • Hickory
  • Perfect for electronic percussion kits

Tech Specs

Type Sticks
Material Hickory
Size 5B
Tip Material Nylon
Manufacturer Part Number HN5B

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Excellent Service and Item the drumsticks is excellent quality.

Fast delivery & excellent service by Sweetwater. The drumpsticks are in good quality and it is very cheap. Thank you.
Music background: Student

Good sticks for the money

I can't tell any difference between these sticks or big name sticks. I usually use Vic Firth, i went to Sweetwater to pick up a pair and saw these. Since I could buy two pairs of these for nearly the same price i thought I'd give them a try and so far I've not been disappointed. I have nearly 50 hours of playing time on one pair and they are still like new.
Music background: Bar / party band

You get what you pay for.

I wanted to experiment with some different stick sizes without spending a lot of money, so I picked up a pair of these and some 5As with another order. I started playing the 5Bs with my rock band.The first thing I noticed was the poor shape and balance. The stick does not have a gradual taper, but as you can see in the photo, tapers down very sharply at the tip. That means the stick has a poor weight balance to it; it's too heavy at the end. So I had intended to get the feel of a 5B, but it really didn't serve that purpose, because the weight and feel was all wrong.The next thing I noticed after the first practice was the poor quality of the grain. Almost immediately, grain started to splinter off. On good-quality sticks, the grain is straight, parallel with the stick. On these, it's not; when they splinter, the grain doesn't just flake off, but wants to make a deeper and deeper crack in the stick.Finally, last night, after just about a dozen practices, it broke. Now, I've played Pro-Mark sticks for years, and have always considered breaking a stick to be Kind of a Big Thing that doesn't happen very often, and certainly only after a stick has a lot of wear from cymbal crashes. From here on out, I'm going back to Pro-Mark.I'm not saying you shouldn't buy these, but I am saying that they won't feel good in your hands, and they won't last for serious playing.
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