Promark TX818W Ronald Bruner Jr. Hickory Wood Tip Drumsticks

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The Ronald Bruner Jr. model TX818W is made from American hickory. The length is 16" long and the diameter is .560" or 14.2mm. Ronald has played with Wayne Shorter, Stanley Clarke, George Duke, Clark Terry, Suicidal Tendencies, Kenny Garret and many more! Ronald's model has a small acorn style tip for articulation. The short taper gives you more power.

Pro-Mark has introduced a new navigation system for their drumstick models. The system is based on the "Anatomy of Feel." First and foremost, "feel" is defined by diameter. This particular model falls under the category "Medium" and is color coded "Green" on the package. This model will work well with any other model in the "Medium"/ "Green" family. This model is ideal for all styles of music!

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Model TX818W Ronald Bruner Jr.

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5.0

love em

By Drew

from Chino hills, CA

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Promark TX818W Ronald Bruner Jr. Hickory Wood Tip Drumsticks:

    they are extremely light and easy to use... they give your drums a grrreat sound... i just wish he was still using promarks lol..

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