Vater American Hickory Drumsticks - Super Jazz - Wood Tip

Wood Tip Drumsticks, 16-1/4" Length, and .555" Diameter - (1 pair)
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Vater drumsticks are a great choice for any drummer. Whether you rock out behind an acoustic kit, an electronic kit, or auxiliary percussion, Vater makes a stick that's ideal for the sound you're after. Constructed with premium woods and with careful thought to the individual drummer, Sweetwater has a set of Vater drumsticks for you whether you play metal, rock, jazz, country, latin, or even march with the band. Vater drumsticks and line of specialty sticks, mallets, brushes, and accessories put tonal choice, playability, and dependability into your hands.

The VHSJW have a jazz-style grip and added length for extra reach around your kit. The wooden tip adds playability making these sticks responsive and versatile for several genres of music.

Vater VHSJW Drum Sticks Features:
  • 16-1/4" length
  • Wooden tip
  • Hickory
  • For acoustic, electronic, and auxiliary percussion kits
Get great sound and playability with Vater drumsticks!

Tech Specs

Type Sticks
Material Hickory
Model Super Jazz
Tip Material Wood
Length 16.25"
Diameter .555"
Manufacturer Part Number VHSJW

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school band director

I teach middle school band. My local music store lent me the Vater Super Jazz in hickory, and the Vic Firth AJ1 in hickory, to compare. I wanted to find some good sticks specifically for school jazz band.The SUPER JAZZ produces a slightly lower pitch, and a fatter, less articulate sound. Think hitting a bass drum with a snare drum stick vs with a bass drum mallet -- that is what I mean by articulate. The SUPER JAZZ is articulate enough, certainly not a dull sound, but the AJ1 is more articulate. I imagine the AJ1 would cut through a band more. The AJ1 sounds similar to the ubiquitous Vic Firth 5A. Someone looking for "like a 5A but for jazz" would love the AJ1. Both sticks bounce freely on the ride cymbal, maybe more so with the SUPER JAZZ. I had my drummer play them both and I listened from across the room, and I favored the SUPER JAZZ because the sound was much more full but still very articulate. I found the sound of the AJ1 thin by comparison. I would need to hear them both played along with a band to be sure, but I think I prefer the SUPER JAZZ. My 8th grade drummer, who plays 5A's, prefers the AJ1. Both are good sticks, it just comes down to personal preference.
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