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Vic Firth STH Thom Hannum Corpsmaster Signature Marching Snare Sticks

Model # STH By: Vic Firth
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  • Overview

    • Strong, Responsive Hickory
    • Long Tapers
    • Round Beads
    • Length: 16 5/8"
    • Diameter: 0.690"
    • Particularly Good at Soft Dynamics
  • Item Details

    The Thom Hannum Snare Sticks

    feature a round tip with a very long taper and thick neck for great control and response, especially at low dynamic levels.
      Field tested and field proven, the superior designs of the Corpsmaster® line developed throughout years of collaboration with the world's finest drum and bugle corps. Each season since the products were introduced, Corpsmaster® sticks and mallets have remained the most popular choice among the top high school bands, indoor percussion ensembles and DCI Championship corps.
      The Corpsmaster® Signature marching snare sticks feature designs which reflect the musical requirements of each artist in terms of balance, feel and sound projection. All models are turned in hickory for strength and power with the exception of the MS4 which is crafted in Sta-Pac® for maximum weight.
    • Specifications

      Name Vic Firth STH Thom Hannum Corpsmaster Signature Marching Snare Sticks
      Brand Vic Firth
      Model # STH
      UPC Code 750795001293
      Sold By per pair
      Number of Orchestra Bells
      Number of Crotales
      Number of Vibes
      Number of Chimes
      Number of Pans
      Number of Xylophones
      Number of Marimbas
      Number of Timpani Sets
      Includes Rhythm Section
      Item Weight
      Response Frequency Range
      Amount of Phantom Power Required
      Connector Type
      Microphone Type
      Polar Pattern
      Number of Voices
      Number of Drum Set Samples
      Sequencer Details
      Display Type & Size
      Number & Type of Connections
      Type of Power Supply
      Octave Range
      Length of Warranty
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      What's Included
      Surface Type 
      Included Equipment 
      Drum Head Type 
      Number of Mallets 
      Number of Performers 
      Drive Type 
      Footboard Length 
      Transportation Method 
      Number of Drums 
      Part Type 
      Practice Pad Options 
      Length16 5/8"
      Seat Type 
      ArtistHannum, Thom
      Minimum Tube Size
      Bore Size
      Bell Size
      Includes Tuning Slide Trigger
      Marching Tuba Type
      Number of Valves
      Exterior Material 
      Interior Material 
      Includes Head
      Is Mountable
      Bowl Material 
      Bowl Type
      Includes Gauges
      Number of Plies
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      Carrier Connection Type
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      Compatible Brands
      Playing Position
      Is Tiltable
      Leg Type
      Maximum Instrument Size
      Minimum Instrument Size
      Number of Feet 
      Base Type
      Is Height Adjustable 
      Thread Size
      Cymbal Finish
      Maximum Height
      Synth Stand Type
      State List 
      Jingle Rows 
      Compatible With 
    • Returns & Shipping


      If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return it to us within 30 days for a full refund, store credit, or a one-for-one exchange, on nearly everything in the store. The products must be in the condition in which you received them, in the original box and packaging.

      To see instructions on how to return items, please check out our Return Policy.


      Every single order that goes out the door has a tracking number that will be emailed to you, and all of it is completely insured. Everything is carefully packed by hand - we know just how delicate this stuff can be, and how important it is to you.

      We ship from centrally-located Dallas, Texas. Howdy y'all!

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      • December 1, 2012
      • by Robert P.
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      • p e
      • md
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        • great practice tool
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      • 5
      • wish i could find a similar shape in a 2b
      • March 30, 2016
      • by p e
      • after playing drums for 30 years, I decided to teach myself traditional grip. the first thing I noticed was my lack of power in the back beat. I was unable to get a solid rim shot. I found these sticks online and have been using them on my practice pad for over a year now. by doing basic rudiments and forcing myself to play traditional, these sticks have helped to train my muscles. my traditional rim shot is now just as powerful as my matched grip. I would recommend these sticks to beginning drummers. they are heavy but well balanced.
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      • Calboy
      • california
      • 5
      • love them
      • May 27, 2013
      • by Calboy
      • these are great. really like them. love the feel in my hands. they're light. i would recommend them. make sure to get a high piched pair. over all, there great
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      • Austin
      • Buffalo, WV
      • 5
      • Nice
      • May 14, 2012
      • by Austin
      • These come to a close second with Hardimons. The weight in the back keeps you moving more than letting the drum do more work. Amazing feel. They last beyond time. (Had one pair for 3 years now, splinters but never breaks) So try them out the are great
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      • J. Baldwin
      • OKC,Ok
      • 3
      • Interesting.
      • January 18, 2011
      • by J. Baldwin
      • At first I didn't like these at all then i just kept with them and now I really appreciate the feel I get from them. Great weight to the stick, kind of a STA-PAC weight that resembles a Hardimon in your hand. Has a little bit of a heavy rear and a light front so they take some getting used to but Id give them a 6 of 10. Also the tip is fast and has a rich fat sound which is different in a stick that is so light at the tip. Try it!