Promark MJZ7 Jazz Cafe Maple Wood Tip Drumsticks

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The Jazz Café Series consists of 5 wood-tip models made from American Rock Maple. These new models vary in terms of length, diameter, taper and tip shape. This special combination creates a smooth series that is nicely balanced with a great 'feel'.
 
Length: 15 7/8"
Diameter: 0.531

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Model MJZ7 Jazz Cafe

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5.0

Quick playing sticks

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Promark MJZ7 Jazz Cafe Maple Wood Tip Drumsticks:

    These sticks are extremely durable. I received 6 pairs of these great sticks for Christmas in 2007 & these are my main go-to sticks. They are suitable for playing fast-tempo jazz grooves, as well as drum-n-bass styles. They bring out cymbal sounds well, but not as fully as a large-tipped stick. The price is right on these sticks from Sam Ash.

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    Brings out the life in your cymbals

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    Comments about Promark MJZ7 Jazz Cafe Maple Wood Tip Drumsticks:

    "Seriously, who'd thought that a smaller-tiped & taper would bring out the sound in a cymbal. These do, and it's because they have less area to cover, (unlike when you hit a cymbal with the shank of the stick which yields more of a ""pang""-sound). The rebounding effect is great, since you can play jazz patterns at lightning fast tempos. I use mine for rapid playing in drum n' bass grooves, and freehand style techniques & these are the only ones that are consistent. I've hit rims by accident really hard & these held up so far, no stripping or cracks. Maple wood is light so these babies fly! I certainly hope & pray that Promark continues making these fine sticks, [...]

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