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Vic Firth Signature Series - Peter Erskine "Big Band" Drumsticks

Model: VIC-SPE3

Availability: In Stock

$14.99

The Vic Firth Peter Erskine "Big Band" drumsticks, model SPE3, combines the shaft dimensions of a 5A and 5B with a long taper for effortless rebound. Length = 16" Diameter = .585"
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Vic Firth Signature Series - Peter Erskine "Big Band" Drumsticks - Product Information

The Vic Firth Peter Erskine "Big Band" drumsticks, model SPE3, combines the shaft dimensions of a 5A and 5B with a long taper for effortless rebound.

Length = 16"
Diameter = .585"

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Unique Stick

Comments:

The taper on these sticks is unlike that of any other sticks I have played. The feeling of these sticks on my snare drum feels awkward (almost like its back-heavy). I would need more time playing these sticks on a lower tuned drum set to accurately evaluate these sticks in the environment where they belong. However, these sticks allow for heavy playing when necessary in a big band setting. I would recommend trying them at least once!

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Posted By:

Ashton Weigel

Rating:

3.00

Great shapes, mediocre wood

Comments:

I love the idea of these sticks. great shape, great balance, great sound (to a certain extent), but vic seems to be using the lighter hickory for these sticks which is unfortunate coz I really wish this stick had the added beef of extra wood. Haven't been able to find a dense pair from any place I've gotten them.

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Posted By:

Evan Stahl

Rating:

4.00

great jazz stick

Comments:

Best stick I've ever felt on a cymbal. This stick rebounds effortlessly and produces a great tone on both drums and cymbals, but its best sound is on a ride. Great for driving a big band and great articulation so your sound is pronounced. Highly recommended.

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Posted By:

Corey Cutler

Rating:

5.00

Big Band sticks

Comments:

Great feel and balance to the sticks. Not too top heavy since the shoulder is farther down adding to the sense of balance.

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Posted By:

JZ

Rating:

5.00
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