Millenium 5A Maple Drumsticks -Wood-
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They're fine.
Mofosir 26.01.2020
Bought a whole bunch of these to have around at the studio as back-up sticks. They feel good in the hand, not glossy, seem to be balanced well enough (at the very least the ones that I've already took out of the packaging), and the sound is fine, though obviously not as crisp and defined as ones with a plastic tip, but that's fine. The only thing to consider before buying into these is their durability - maple isn't the hardest wood in the first place, and considering the price, I don't believe that they will hold up against the test of time (or more likely, against the test of endless rim shots). They're fine to have around, but for live shows I would opt for something a bit sturdier. That said, none have broken yet, but it's too soon to tell as it's only been a bit over a week since I've started using these. For the price though it's great, even if used only for backup, further playing will show how they fare in the long run.
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Lightweight but thick
M_Raaby 04.05.2021
Bought as part of Millenium's drumstick starter bundle, which is a great bundle for beginners.

These sticks are lightweight and a bit thicker than other 5A sticks - probably shouldn't be called 5A...
But overall a fine pair of cheap sticks.
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Light
kimon206 22.11.2022
very light drumsticks, for the Millenium MPS-1000 that i have,are very nice, for electronic in genere i believe, for not damaging the pads.
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Value for money
Neo_onE 22.05.2019
Lowest price ever yet a valuable pair of sticks.
Wood is softer than standard hickory, and could wear a bit faster, nonetheless is more than enough to get the job done no matter what.

PRO:
Unmatched quality vs price ratio
CONS:
You have to get used to different weight and overall balance, abit less durable
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Good Inexpensive Drumsticks
GJK123 15.04.2017
I needed some inexpensive drumsticks and these were perfect. I?m not a drummer but I needed some drumsticks for practicing some rhythms and other percussion. No complaints about these. They feel nice and the quality seems to be fine. Although I don?t know what they are like for heavy drumming.
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Couldn't shake a stick at them!
they call me mark? 16.03.2020
Great for beating children sorry, drums. My young lad couldn't destroy them and they were light enough for him.
Very good sticks.
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Definiitely not bad after all
MaMau 15.05.2019
Didn't expect much from these sticks...Tactile feeling, weight and balance are far from being at the top...nonetheless they are soooo cheap that you can get over it and just play with no worries if they break from time to time.
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Good beginner spare sticks
Jon T 21.11.2021
Bargain sticks good for use when in the early throes of learning (breaking)
Very rarely are the sticks perfectly straight or weight
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Cheap, good but soft
STWI 31.12.2018
These drum sticks are very cheap and nicely finished.
The shape of the tip is a matter of preference, I like more oval shaped tips. The sticks are very light.

However, maple is a very soft wood for drum sticks so the sticks get damaged pretty soon when paying acoustic drums, especially cymbals. I recommend for paying E-drums since they're light but for acoustic I recommend hickory or hornbeam sticks since these will break or wear soon.
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Super affordable
Anonymous 05.11.2016
Nice balanced. Good grip. Super affordable. Reliable for all purposes.
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Millenium 5A Maple Drumsticks -Wood-