Vic Firth Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor Stick - Thom Hannum Quadbale

Model: VIC-STHTS

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$8.75 (Sold in Pairs)

Vic Firth STHTS Tom Hannum Quadbale Tenor Sticks feature a two-step design with a full sized gripping area and smaller shaft, neck and tip. This tenor stick emphasizes a high pitch and timbre for imitating timbale style parts. In hickory. ...
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Vic Firth STHTS Tom Hannum Quadbale Tenor Sticks feature a two-step design with a full sized gripping area and smaller shaft, neck and tip. This tenor stick emphasizes a high pitch and timbre for imitating timbale style parts. In hickory.

Length: 16 1/2"
Diameter: .690" at butt, .640" at shaft

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Great quality stick. I prefer these sticks to most tenor mallets out there. I like how they are light weight enough for my students to get around the drums easily and still lend them self's to be heard on the field and in the gym. I have used a different Innovative mallet before and found that the graphite tips would fade very easily for high school students. These sticks are tough enough to last. I recommend these sticks to anyone looking for a solid stick for their students.

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5.00

Loudest Tenor Stick

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After comparing all the available tenor sticks, these have easily the best projection. The wood seems heavier than other models, Maple I think. In order to really understand how they work, you have to wrap them. They improve dramatically with a 2-layer wrap of stick tape above the grip, and for me, they are the best tenor stick there is. Unless you go to heavy-weight model "cookie" tenor mallets, these are the loudest sticks I'm aware of on tenors. Paired with Remo White Suede heads you can be heard over just about anything.

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5.00

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Have a very interesting sound, but they are really light and dont feel so good when you play them. Also i have found that they get chewed up really fast. But they are a very good choice if you are looking for a timbale sound.

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