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Vic Firth 7A Nova Hickory Wood Tip

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Hickory Drumsticks

  • Made by Vic Firth
  • Design: Natural
  • Wooden tips
  • Length: 394 mm
  • Diameter: 13.5 mm
  • Tip shape: Oval
Available since June 2012
Item number 288187
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Material Hickory
Incl. Nylon Head No
Tip Oval
Length in mm 394 mm
Handle Diameter in mm 13,5 mm
Weight in g 44,5 g
$5.40
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Cheap and reliable.
pavelson 05.03.2020
We use it only on electric drums. No complains. All good.
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Durable Sticks
Gor 22.08.2015
I use these sticks all the time, they are really durable for a 7a stick. Vic firth have come up with a good stick at a budget price. i initally bought them for practice only, but have started gigging with them as i like the feel of them in my hands and know they arent going to crack easily.... as for the grip? I use sex wax on them and it hasnt let me down yet.Fast delivery, great quality.I'm a fan of Vic Firth sticks, and these gripped ones were a must have. If you take care of them, the grip would last quite a long time. Unfortunately, they got into the hands of my younger brother, who managed to destroy the grip quickly.Despite this, they still perform like the Vic Firths everyone knows and loves. I'd probably have to buy another pair to judge the grip quality again (it's been a while), but for Vic Firth fans, these are cool. Depending on the price of the Zildjian Dip series, I'd buy these again; they seem a bit more solid than the aforementioned.
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Nice for the price
Anonymous 05.04.2015
I bought a few pairs of these sticks, as I saw them as a more affordable version of the Vic Firths. Although these are made of the same wood as the American Classics that I usually prefer, they feel a bit lighter. They did produce a nice tone on the cymbals, but sadly didn't last very long at all. I'm not an overly hard hitter, but I do use a lot of rim shots, and these sticks don't handle my playing nearly as well as the Vic Firth American Classic. Safe to say that I went through a pair of these after a couple of practice sessions with the band. Based on that, I would always pay the extra couple of Euros or so for the American Classics, for the sake of durability. But for the price, the overall quality of these sticks was very good.They would make a great affordable option for drummers of beginner to intermediate abilities, as well as more advanced drummers who play lighter styles.
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Fair deal
Oresbius 24.07.2019
They are Not the American classics and there is a reason for that, BUT is half price and you get a decent pair of sticks for the money. Perfect for jamming and practice, I use them wile I am searching for what I finally record but I have tracks with them, oups! They are not that balanced and perfect waited as the American classics but maybe last longer. My 7A wooden tip are with me, playing not serious rim shots, already 60 hours without damage. Fair deal for sure.
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