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PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks

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Balanced and carefully crafted using hand-selected white oak. Grown in the mountainous regions of Japan, this particular species of oak is a harder wood than hickory and will take more wear, tear, and punishment. It resists chipping and wearing soft. Made with Pro-Mark's exclusive Millennium II manufacturing process, each stick is hand-finished and...  Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
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Balanced and carefully crafted using hand-selected white oak. Grown in the mountainous regions of Japan, this particular species of oak is a harder wood than hickory and will take more wear, tear, and punishment. It resists chipping and wearing soft. Made with Pro-Mark's exclusive Millennium II manufacturing process, each stick is hand-finished and hand-inspected. The result is a strength and durability no other stick can match.

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PROMARK3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Sticking with what i know.

By Matt Wamsley

from D-town, Indiana

Comments about PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks:

I have been drumming for more than half of my life. For the longest time, i didn't have a "brand" or "style" of stick that i used, and then i really started getting into the Dave Matthews Band with Carter Beauford on the drums as well as in the spotlight of my focus. Eventually sticking with the Pro-Mark Millennium 2, American Hickory, 5B nylon tip. That kept me going before evolving to the feel, weight, speed and smoothness of the Pro-Mark "the Natural" 747rock, nylon tip, drumsticks. I fell in love with those, until i went for my last pair of them and within the first minute of a song, i had one of them completely break or, chunk off. Well, the next time i bought sticks, i tried something new. The Shira Kashi Japanese white Oak, 747 nylon tip. Pretty much the same size and feel, but i did notice that they were a bit heavier, and they seemed more dense, but i bought 3 pairs at about $17 a piece, and even at that price, i felt that they were worth it. They last a long time. They don't break off like some woods do, and really, odds are, that when you're through with a set, they'll still be intact. Other than the weight being a little higher (which was easy to get used to), the Japanese oak Pro-Mark sticks, at the 747 size, are a great, durable, all around stick to keep at your kit.

 
5.0

Good feel with these oak sticks

By Soupy55

from Walbridge, OH

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Pros

  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks:

    This stick gets a good sound on drums

     
    5.0

    Compare Hickory and Oak

    By Daniel

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    Comments about PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks:

    Haven't actually started using them yet but in the past I've used the 747 Oak stick. 5 months ago I tried the 747 Hickory sticks and found the wood chipped quickly and the tips broke off quickly. I decided to go back to Oak because my past experience with Oak was they lasted longer.

     
    5.0

    Great sticks!

    By Brett

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    Comments about PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks:

    I bought these as a gift for my sons, both drummers in metal bands. I am not a drummer so all I can say is that these are the sticks they use. If you ever saw them slam the drums, you'd be impressed that these sticks don't shatter on impact!

     
    5.0

    Best I Know Of

    By Monday317

    from Pittsburgh, PA

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    Pros

    • Best Feel
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backup
      • Concerts
      • Playing Drums
      • Practicing

      Comments about PROMARK 3-Pair Japanese White Oak Drumsticks:

      I have tried many types of sticks since 1964 and find the ProMark Jazz the best for my playing, They are denser than hickory and feel terrific--very confidence-building. I lightly sand my grip area with 400-grit to juuuust break the finish, and then am in Drummer Heaven. If the Jazz sticks don't seem to make as much noise as I need for the venue, I go to the beefier 747s, or the Steve Perkins to REALLY be heard. I prefer the nylon tips, as the make my largish Bosphorus cymbals sing, but I also play the wood tips with no complaint. Try them and see, not much to lose, a lot to gain! Also, they are quite durable: to break one, you have to intend mayhem, and would likely take a drumhead with the stick. I haven't managed to do it since 2003 or so. Buy with great confidence you are going to be pleased!

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