Vater Mike Wendren Signature Nylon Tip Drumsticks

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Designed by the multi-platinum drummer of the band Disturbed, Mike's stick measures in between a 5B and a 2B with a quick taper to an oval nylon tip. The extra length gives some added weight and a bit more reach. Nicely weighted and durable, this is a perfect stick for hard-hitting drumming. Stick is finished in a black stain with artwork featuring Disturbed's album logos.

"I've been playing Vater for my entire career. There simply isn't anyone else out there that crafts wood better than they do. My playing requires a lot of power, precision, and intensity. The added length and thickness combined with the beefier shoulder and shorter taper of my stick model was designed to help me do just that. It gives me that extra edge to push me to the limits of my performances night after night." - Mike Wengren (Disturbed)

L 17" D .625"

L 43.18cm D 1.59cm

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Series Player's Design
Other Features L 17" - D .625" // L 43.18cm - D 1.59cm
Model Mike Wendren

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3.0

marks your cymbals

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Pros

  • Great Sound
  • Huge Tone
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Marks cymbals

Best Uses

  • Rock playing

Comments about Vater Mike Wendren Signature Nylon Tip Drumsticks:

these are good. good sound on the ride. problem is that they are painted black, so they put black marks on your cymbals

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