Promark TXXB1 Matt Savage Signature Concert Practice Drumsticks

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Matt Savage is a respected writer and adjudicator with 25 years of playing and teaching experience in the percussion field. In addition to marching with the Bayonne Bridgemen, he has served as percussion arranger for corps such as the Velvet Knights, Dutchboy, and the Bluecoats.

On the collegiate level, he has been the percussion instructor for the USC Trojan Marching Band, and has served as the Assistant Director of University Bands at the University of North Carolina in the past.
He is also the author of “Savage Rudimental Workshop”, a snare drum book published by Warner Bros. Music, and is heavily involved with indoor percussion as a clinician an adjudicator of Winter Guard International.

The TXXB1 is for concert practice.

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Model TXXB1 Matt Savage Signature Concert Practice

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great!!!!!

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Pros

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

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    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Promark TXXB1 Matt Savage Signature Concert Practice Drumsticks:

    man i played for n2deep drumline for 3 onehalf years and this stick works well on kevlar heads and marching tenor(QUADS) i played snare for four years now and it is better and it does not break i had this stick for two years and still the same
    great stick matt make one with a felt tip ball and i wil buy it as well

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