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Promark TS8 System Blue Sean Vega Tenor Sticks

Model: PRO-TS8

Availability: In Stock

$18.99 (Sold in Pairs)

Promark System Blue TS8 Sean Vega Tenor Sticks feature the feel of a snare stick with the sound of a tenor mallet. The TS8 features the Comfort Flare for maximum control cut into high quality hickory and a customized nylon tip designed by...
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Promark TS8 System Blue Sean Vega Tenor Sticks - Product Information

Promark System Blue TS8 Sean Vega Tenor Sticks feature the feel of a snare stick with the sound of a tenor mallet. The TS8 features the Comfort Flare for maximum control cut into high quality hickory and a customized nylon tip designed by Sean Vega himself. Designed by former DCI Individual Tenor Champion and Blue Devils staff member, Sean Vega.

Whether you play or teach high school, college, or drum corps, the TS8 Sean Vega Tenor Stick is the perfect combination of quality and smart design.

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Weight Settlements

Comments:

People are saying that their pairs have been very different from each other, but all sticks will be different. If you want the same weight and pitch, write a comment when you order saying you want a consistant density between pairs and you'll be set. Also, higher density pairs offer a higher tone quality and feel more "real", so they would be good to ask for too.

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Clayton

Rating:

5.00

Great the first time

Comments:

I thought my first pair was perfect. They weren't warped, they were even in weight, and they had a great feel to them. But my second pair was terrible. Different weights, they were lighter than the first pair, and one was obviously warped. My opinion from the first pair I would say these are great sticks and I would recommended them, but from the second pair not so much.

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Adrian

Rating:

4.00

inconsistent but otherwise good

Comments:

For the first pair I bought, the pitch and weight were a match but one was warped by a mm or two and the other wasn't at all. For the second pair, there was about a half step between the pitches, and the weight difference between each stick was noticable when compared using one hand, but they were warped the same by about a mm. They were also a whole lot lighter than the first pair. I haven't owned or inspected many sticks, but innovative and vic seem a bit better in regards to pitch and total weight. The weight distribution along the sticks makes them still feel great overall, and the nylon heads are made of some really hard and durable plastic that has no mold lines. I like how the line in the middle makes them look nice when only half taped. It seems like these companies should tell you how they are MEANT to be taped though. They must be considering it when designing the stick, because there are so many ways to do it, and it can significantly change the weight distribution....

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Nick

Rating:

4.00

Great Tenor Sticks

Comments:

I first had vic's tenor hybrid mallets, but after hearing about these and got them, they felt great. At first i didnt notice the difference too much, but they are way more comfortable. I love these sticks for tenors.

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Joe

Rating:

5.00

Great

Comments:

Best tenor stick I've ever used. I would give it a 5 but promark is notorious for having defects in its sticks. Although the pair I received had no problems, a pair of snare sticks I got was warped and other tenor sticks came splintered. In my opinion, well worth the gamble for these tenor sticks

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Justin

Rating:

4.00
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