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The TXDC10W Hickory Marching Snare Stick is a very fast stick that is equally at home on snare or tenor drums. American hickory, wood tip only.
The Scott Johnson DC17 System Blue snare sticks from Promark feature a medium taper and full bead allow for a wide range of dynamics on the marching snare while still providing a great feel in the player’s hands.Length 17”Diameter .700” (17.8mm)
The Jeff Ausdemore autograph snare sticks have a "fast" feel, due to the thin neck which bodes well for quick response in either single stokes or multiple bounce rudiments. The DC18i indoor snare drum stick also has all of the characteristics of the DC8, without the volume or weight. This lighter stick has the same clear articulation as the heavier model, and the smaller diameter shaft allows for younger students to easily produce a full sound while continuing to build technique.
The TXDC1W Jeff Moore Signature Snare Stick has a thick shoulder for added durability and a unique reverse taper for greater playing comfort. American hickory, wood tip.
The Matt Savage Signature Snare Stick features a full barrel/ball bead that produces a great quality of sound with a long taper that provides incredible rebound and quickness. For both indoor and outdoor applications.
The TXDC3SW Hickory Marching Snare Stick produces a huge sound when volume is crucial. American hickory.
This beefy hickory stick has been designed for maximum control. With the thick diameter and large round bead, the DC50 is easy to control between diverse musical passages producing a full, rich sound and consistent rim shots at any dynamic.
The TXDC51W is made of American hickory and features a modified barrel-shaped wood tip. The unique tip produces exceptional articulation throughout a wide volume range. The DC51 is slightly smaller overall than its 'big brother', the TXDC50W, and incorporates a "Comfort Flare" into the shaft design. The "Comfort Flare" provides maximum control but with a smaller stick.
The smallest stick in the System Blue line of snare sticks, the TXDC52W is especially designed to fit small hands. It provides the perfect balance of manageability and beefy sound quality for those players who have hands destined for greatness! The DC52 starts at a diameter of .670 (17mm) at the handle, and tapers to a diameter of .630" (16mm) at mid-shaft.
Charley Poole—One of the nation’s best-known marching percussion specialists and DCI adjudicators, Charley is the winner of numerous regional and national snare drum championships. After marching with the Boston Crusaders, he served as percussion arranger for such DCI corps 27th Lancers, Bluecoats, and Star of Indiana. Charley is a member of the DCI Hall of Fame.Designed with an enlarged acorn-shaped tip for extra projection. American hickory, wood tip only.Length: 17”Diameter: 0.709”
Promark DC72 Marching Snare Stick Designed by Chris Retschulte
The Jeff Ausdemore autograph snare sticks have a "fast" feel, due to the thin neck which bodes well for quick response in either single stokes or multiple bounce rudiments. The DC8's shoulder also flares out quickly to handle rim shots, and the shaft provides a "full" feeling in the player's hand. The small bead provides a very clear articulation and a focused attack at all volumes.
Promark TXDC9W Marching Drumsticks DC9 Hickory Wood Tip Marching Drumsticks
Promark TXXB2 Snare Drum Sticks Rubber Tip Matt Savage Marching "X-Beats" Drumsticks
Matt Savage is a respected writer and adjudicator with 25 years of playing and teaching experience in the percussion field. In addition to marching with the Bayonne Bridgemen, he has served as percussion arranger for corps such as the Velvet Knights, Dutchboy, and the Bluecoats.On the collegiate level, he has been the percussion instructor for the USC Trojan Marching Band, and has served as the Assistant Director of University Bands at the University of North Carolina in the past.He is also the author of “Savage Rudimental Workshop”, a snare drum book published by Warner Bros. Music, and is heavily involved with indoor percussion as a clinician an adjudicator of Winter Guard International.The TXXB1 is for concert practice. The TXXB2 is for rudimental practice.
The “ScoJo” rubber tipped stick is great for practice as well as achieving a muted yet articulate sound from any marching snare or tenor drum. The XB3 is designed to feel the same as Scott’s DC17 marching snare stick.Length: 17”Diameter: .700”