Vic Firth SDJN Jack DeJohnette Signature Hickory Nylon Drumsticks

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A stretch 5A for extra reach. Great for jazz and fusion. L = 16 5/16", Dia. = .565".

Each Vic Firth Signature Series model was conceived through extensive research with the finest drummers from a variety of musical styles. The designs reflect their musical requirements in terms of balance, feel, sound projection and cymbal color.

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Series Signature series
Other Features 16 5/16 inches
Model SDJN Jack DeJohnette

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Breaks easy!!!

By elliotdrum

from Santa Cruz

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      Comments about Vic Firth SDJN Jack DeJohnette Signature Hickory Nylon Drumsticks:

      I have been using these sticks for a number of years. They are normally balanced well and the weight and length have been very good(Nylon tip).
      The pitch have been very solid so when you hit that right spot on the snare for instance you get
      a strong sound. But............these sticks have started to break too easily lately after just a few hours of average play. Also the weight and pitch have been inconsistent. So I buy 6-7 pairs
      at time and 1 pair are unusable except in the case
      of needing a light pair with a wimpy sound.
      So a great stick that used to literally last months and whittle out before breaking now just break. The wood tip of the same model have never
      broke except the tips chipping away.

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