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Vic Firth 2B American Classic Hickory Nylon Tip Drumsticks

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The American Classic® line combines tradition and Vic Firth style. With bold designs for fuller sound, the Classics are turned from select hickory – a dense wood with little flex for a more pronounced sound. Hickory is also capable of withstanding a great deal of shock, making it highly durable.

The wood tips are deeply back-cut for intensified cymbal response. The nylon tips are similar in size and shape to their wood counterparts, providing enhanced performance and a feel closer to their original wood tip models. Nylon tips are the most durable and brightest sounding on cymbals.

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Series American Classic series
Model 2B

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Perfert weight and stability. One of the few lumbers out their to withstand the constant abuse on the shoulder from high-hat wear and tear.

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Comments about Vic Firth 2B American Classic Hickory Nylon Tip Drumsticks:

"Iv'e been playing Vic-Firth American Classic 2B nylon tips for roughly 7 years. I'm the type of player that works of the rim of the drum and they hold up in the middle where a lot of sticks do not. They are an exceptional stick for high-hat work. Their is minimal widdling from the shoulder of the stick right down to the middle of the stick in heavy playing situations. The one thing that I've noticed is that when the break, they snap right at the shoulder. I've had very few mid-line snaps. Over all, a great piece of lumber!"

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