Vic Firth Corpsmaster Signature Snare Drumstick - Colin Mcnutt

Model: VIC-SCM

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$8.75 (Sold in Pairs)

Vic Firth SCM Colin McNutt Marching Snare Drumsticks feature an oval tip with a medium-long taper provides great balance with quick response at all dynamic levels. In honey hickory. Length: 17" Diameter: .690"
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Vic Firth SCM Colin McNutt Marching Snare Drumsticks feature an oval tip with a medium-long taper provides great balance with quick response at all dynamic levels. In honey hickory.

Length: 17"
Diameter: .690"

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One of my favorite sticks, but...

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McNutt's are some of my favorite sticks, but almost all of the sticks I ordered in bulk were dead. I bought 6 pair, and 4 were dead. Contacted Vic, got them replaced, but just something to keep in mind. That aside, the tone and touch from these sticks are great. When Colin designed the stick, he wanted strong, but controllable rebound at all dynamic levels, and this stick provides that. A dark yet articulate sound can be achieved at all dynamics as well. Great design and product development, but quality control needs some work.

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Yeah!

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Wonderful sticks, as long as you get a good pair.

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Nice...

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Large, but light...nice rebound. Basically what everyone else has said, although I think the comment before means "It's light, and provides great rebound", not "but provides rebound". Makes more sense that way.

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Sorry...

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I meant they're light, but still provide the rebound...I messed up and wrote heavy, but they aren't.

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It Depends On What You Like...

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While I personally wouldn't put these sticks in the category with some of the Innovative models (Casella, Rennick) and the Hardimons, I will say they are very well-crafted and the sound is superb. It's heavy, but provides (like the description says) excellent rebound. However, that being said, the feel of the stick is not as comfortable for me as, say, the Hardimons or even the Aungst snare sticks.

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