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Vic Firth SRHTS Corpsmaster Ralph Hardimon Tenor Wood Tip Hickory Drumsticks

 
4.5

(2 reviews)

SKU: VSRHTSXXX-P

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MSRP: Old Price $19.50 Discounted Price $10.99 Save : $8.51 (44%)
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Full sized shaft with exceptionally large barrel tip for a big sound with clarity. L = 15 15/16", Dia. = .690"

Field tested and field proven, the superior designs of the Corpsmaster® line developed throughout years of collaboration with the world's finest drum and bugle corps. Each season since the products were introduced, Corpsmaster® sticks and mallets have remained the most popular choice among the top high school bands, indoor percussion ensembles and DCI Championship corps.

The multi-tenor sticks produce a bold, articlulate sound with plenty of projection. Their short length is ideal for playing tenors. In Hickory.

 

 

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The most versatile sticks ever

5

I use these sticks for just about anything, from suspended cymbals to tympani to even using them as back up marching bass sticks . They work really well.

BongoMan

Parsons, KS

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Awesome!!

4

These swizzle drum sticks are perfect for fast changes between different sounds for different styles of marching music. It also is great for leaving extra time for visuals in a show. Instead of paying 30 for two pairs of sticks, these save you money which great for any money position. Although I prefer Yamaha MT1A sticks because they are made of aluminum instead of woods and last forever!, these provide a better sound and more than one. Yes they are 25 but they are definitely worth it!

The Little Drummer Boy

Georgia

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SRHTS Corpsmaster Ralph Hardimon Tenor Wood Tip Hickory Drumsticks

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Other Features 15 15/16 inches length
Model SRHTS Corpsmaster Ralph Hardimon
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