Top Ten Best Drumstick Makescunningstunts
The Contenders: Page 2
These should clearly be number one, just for the simple fact that they never, break, and they are light as hell and are more balanced then any other drumstick, plus they reduce shock like 20% and are better for your cymbals.
These are the same as eaton ahead, Same BRAND IDIOT
Each stick is Calculated, then the precise weight needed is added to achieve a balance point for maximum performance, resulting in a faster, better feeling stick that eliminates stick shock. This concept can be applied to improve all drumsticks. RB Drumsticks Immanently improves all drummers playing.
The Best idea & innovation ever. Increased speed, less effort, less motion pain.
Its does just make sense. By moving the center balance back to where you hold the stick, it gives a whole new feel to my playing. Best Sticks ever. See you at NAMM Dave!
When I got my first Ludwig drum set, they came with a small beginner's pair of sticks. They are too small for me now, but when I was first starting out, they were my favorite pair because they were slightly smaller than standard sizes and so the most comfortable for me at the time. Ludwig, apart from still making great drums, still make great sticks as well.
I've had a pair of 5B since 2014 and it still hasn't broken. Excellent sticks. Regal Tip is the best
Another of the not very well known companies, but they have a huge following. The great Ian Haughland of Europe has his own signature model, which are great.
Drumsticks Made in Germany! The Saxon Markneukirchen based manufacturer can rely on over 120 years of experience
Drumsticks from Germany! Made of durable Hickory,
Related ListsTop 10 Airplane Makes Nintendo Attractions We Would Like to See When Nintendo Makes a Theme Park at Universal Orlando Resort Top Ten Music Artists People Like Because They Think It Makes Them Cool Top Ten Song Titles that Answer the Question: "What Makes You Laugh?" Top 10 Song Titles That Answer the Question "What Makes You Sad?"
7 years, 211 days old
2. Vic Firth