Vic Firth Legacy Brush

Model: VIC-LB

Availability: In Stock

$25.95

The new LB Legacy Brush from Vic Firth is a retractable wire brush with a wood handle. It provides a natural feel in the hand. Medium gauge wire and an infinitely adjustable brush spread makes this brush capable of maintaining any playing...
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Vic Firth Legacy Brush - Product Information

The new LB Legacy Brush from Vic Firth is a retractable wire brush with a wood handle. It provides a natural feel in the hand. Medium gauge wire and an infinitely adjustable brush spread makes this brush capable of maintaining any playing position.

Dia. = .530"
Spread = 3 1/2"

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Great Brushes

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These brushes are great, in SO many ways. I will say up front that THE one drawback with them is that expansion and retraction are a bit stiff. However, mine have gotten a bit better with time and I've never had an issue with the plastic sleeves. The sound is great, nice and smooth, and they project more than the Heritage Brushes. The feel is awesome. The wood handle is really comfortable and natural. As an added perk, it opens up possibilities for rim clicks and other effects. Well-balanced. Everything about this brush is ideal for playing. And, not that it should factor into your decision, but... they are pretty beautiful. Overall, great, great product.

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5.00

Not as great as I thought

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After using these for awhile I have to retract my previous review. They feel good in your hands while playing but retraction/extension is extremely stiff and the plastic sleeves on the wood shafts often pop out. Really too bad, too because well they feel good while performing. Still, they need to be functional. In a gig it's a real drag trying to pull them out and putting them away.

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2.00

Brushes are what they are

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these are great brushes. they feel comfortable, stable, not wobbly and loose like some do. it's all a matter of opinion. you have to decide for yourself

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5.00
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