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Hornets Drumsticks
Hornets Drumsticks
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Hornets Drumsticks

Here is a new drumstick that has hit the drumstick market.
It is called Hornets Drumsticks,they offer sizes ranging from 7A-up to Marching sizes, i think,they also offer dowel sticks called Swarm Sticks.
These drumsticks offer a unique grip which allows the player to relax his/her grip while playing,resulting in less hand/wrist fatigue caused by gripping the stick too tightly.
The quality of the stick can be compared to Vater or Vic Firth,these sticks are durable and stand up to fairly heavy abuse,the only tip design that is available is a round,ball tip,which sounds clear and crisp on cymbals.
These sticks have a bit of forward weight,causing the sticks to do most of the work,heavy playing is a breeze with these babies!
A limited number of grip colors is available for both types of sticks offered.

Check out the website to find out more on this cool new stick

By zildian999 on 09-24-2007, 02:24 PM
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Wow...i really like these sticks. Very good quality and very playable.
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By StickBreaker16 on 02-08-2008, 12:51 AM
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Those look very nice. I gotta pick some up.
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By StickBreaker16 on 02-09-2008, 10:46 AM
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A bit pricy for sticks but its something to try out. Does anyone know if the color of the hand grip will rub off or get on your hands? Like the white Travis Barker sticks gets white paint on drums and cymbals.
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By bippy58 on 08-17-2009, 06:36 AM
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They seem too light for heavy playing. all of the ones i have seen looks and feels like they would be excellent for light jazz and such but would break under heavier playing and they are twice as expensive as a normal quality stick. if they made a heavier stick i would be willing to try them they have a cool design. Someone that knows more please tell me how they do for a rock application.
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