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|There are many types of drumsticks from beaters to mallets to brushes. Although different types of objects to beat drums have been around for centuries, drumsticks as we know them today have only been around for five or six decades. Most sticks are made out of wood. Maple, hickory, and oak are the most popular wood types. Recently, synthetic drumsticks have come on the scene as they tend to be a bit more durable than wood. Fitness programs and exercise classes often use weighted drumsticks for their workouts. There are several different drumstick sizes also from 7A to 2B to special sizes and even custom sizes. Of course there are also specialty kinds made out of various types of soft material, hardened plastic or carbon synthetics and promotional sticks like the recent Rock Band Drum Sticks, the new Miniature Sticks that are only 7 inches long or the ever popular led lite illuminated drum sticks that brilliantly light up your rock performance!|
|For years drum sticks
had certain flaws. They were often warped, weighted disproportionately,
and splintered and cracked easily. Thanks to drumstick inventors like
Joe Calato (Regal Tip) and others, drumsticks were dramatically improved
through the years. They found ways to manufacturer them straighter, added
nylon tips to increase durability and even varnished them to improve grip
and overall aesthetics to the sticks.
To be continued.
The drumstick is made up of 4 basic parts. The bottom is called the BUTT of the drumstick, the long middle part is called the SHAFT, the taper is called the SHOULDER, and the bead is called the TIP.
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At Drumsticks.org, you'll find tips on choosing the proper types, brands, and drumstick sizes. Learn how to pick out sticks that match your style of playing. Choose what size drum sticks you need, whether it be 7A, 5A, 5B, 2B, or the old ROCK standbys. Learn about how drumsticks are made and who the popular companies are. - Don't miss the personalized drum sticks, rock band replacement sticks, and illuminated kinds for an illuminated / lighted performance! Also, Find distributors, manufacturers, promo sticks, soft models, and dealers for all types of shapes, sizes, and colors. Oh and chicken drumsticks? You will not find here. ;>) But you can go to Wikipedia to find out even more on drumsticks. Thanks for stopping by our website and call us at 804-273-1353 if there's any way we can assist. We look forward to serving you.
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