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  1. Top Seller
    Vic Firth American Classic Hickory Drumsticks
    From $872.00
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  2. Top Seller
    Vater Hickory Drum Stick Pre-pack
    From $2797.00
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  3. Vater Power Wood Tip Drumsticks - Pair
    $899.00
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  4. Vic Firth 3-Pair American Classic Hickory Drumsticks
    From $2499.00
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  1. Vater Power Nylon Tip Drumsticks - Pair
    $889.00
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  2. Top Seller
    Vic Firth 12-Pair American Classic Hickory Drumsticks
    From $9499.00
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  3. Top Rated
    Vic Firth 6-Pair American Classic Hickory Drumsticks
    From $4999.00
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  4. Innovative Percussion Legacy Series Drumsticks
    $1500
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  1. Regal Tip Hickory Drumsticks
    $900
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  2. Top Rated
    Zildjian Natural Hickory Drumsticks
    $749.00
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Size 3A drum sticks are popular with a diverse range of drummers. Their solid, well-balanced feel and punchy sound is perfect for more aggressive players and all of the most well-known stick brands offer them. In this catalog, you'll find size 3A drum sticks from the likes of Innovative Percussion, Regal Tip, Vator, Vic Firth and Zildjian. In fact, many of these sticks are best sellers and top-rated items, so you should have no problem finding a pair that perfectly matches your percussion technique.

If you're a new drummer, you're probably wondering why sticks are labelled with a number and letter. These figures represent their size and purpose (the higher the number, the smaller the diameter, and vice versa). While "B" sticks were originally designed for "band" applications and "S" sticks for "street" performances, "A" sticks were meant for "orchestra" applications. The reason they were labelled "A" instead of "O" is simply because their creator, William F. Ludwig, Sr., thought the letter printed better on the stick.

So with that out of the way, let's take a look at some options. To kick things off, we'll suggest the Vator Hickory Drumsticks. While there are many excellent wood types used for drum sticks, hickory is definitely the most popular. It's dense, heavy and absorbs a terrific amount of shock. Vator Hickory Drumsticks are also very affordable so you might want to consider grabbing more than one pair. Speaking of which, there are many value packs in this section as well - take for example, the Vic Firth 12-Pair American Classic Hickory Drumsticks. The enhanced durability and sound of these sticks is the result of their deeply back-cut tips and bold design. Grab this 12-pair pack and see for yourself what they can do for your next live performance.

As you can see, you're definitely in the right place for a new set of 3A drum sticks. Honestly, the best way to figure out which stick size is right for you is to try out as many various types as you can. If you never tried size 3A drum sticks before, give them a shot; there is no better place and time than here and now to see what you're missing.
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