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are the basic and most used 5A models currently. They are offered in different versions or copies from various manufacturers.
are the basic and most used 5B models currently. They are offered in different versions or copies from various manufacturers.
contains the most common and most used sticks suitable for all styles of play. They are mainly models 5A, 5B , 2B , 3A, 7A, including their different size and shape modification. They respect the unwritten rule under which are drumsticks broadly consistent with models of most other companies.
are designed for jazz and swing play. Sticks in this series are lightweight with a smaller diameter and a smaller mass .
are designed for rock , beat , metal , trash , and similar genres , which require a stronger and resistant drumstick.
are reserved for other unspecified genres and there are various options proposed by the requirements of drummers and our knowledge to the company from the very beginning to the present. Some of them were designed for power play where the requirements placed on sticks that could withstand .
the drumsticks from the aforementioned series with a nylon tip. They are popular for their specific and clear ringing sound on cymbals and are suitable for drummers laying over wooden tip wear. The tips are made of polyamide nylon (similar to the material used by companies such as Dunlop picks ) and are glued with industrial cyanoacrylate glue.
the sticks above from previous series with different anti-slip adjustments - grooves or rubber rings.
are exact copies of vintage drumsticks manufactured by various companies since the beginning of the century until today. These models are usually only made in limited series as copy of popular old drumsticks (Buddy Rich , Slingerland , Ludwig , Gretsch , Rogers .... ) They only appear in the e -shop if they are currently available .
the drumsticks are designed for the children. They are offered only in natural treatment without varnishing and without printing.