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RegalTip 110NT Regal Hick Nt Sticks Combo


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  • 3A NylonPerfect for players who prefer a slightly shorter stick than standard.Hickory15.5" length x .555" diameterCombo NylonOne of Regal Tip's original models which still remains popular for light combo work.Hickory16" length x .475" diameter3B NylonThe extra length and beefy neck make this stick perfect for heavy hitting and extra reach.Hickory16.75" length x .570" diameter3A WoodPerfect for those players who prefer a wood tip and a slightly shorter stick.Hickory15.5" length x .555" diameter9A
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RegalTip 110NT Regal Hick Nt Sticks Combo + Vic Firth American Jazz® 5
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 1.7 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002D0F2S
  • Item model number: 110NT
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,543 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 25, 2004

Product Description

The classic small acoustic group stick features an nylon tip with .475" diameter, 16.00" length, and Regal Tip®'s lacquer formula finish for non-slip grip. Regal Tip is a family operation that originated the nylon tip drumstick and has set the global standard for hand-crafted brushes and drumsticks for over 50 years.

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No matter how sweaty your hands get you can play with a loose grip and still hold on to the stick.
Mike Tarrani
One has to adjust your approach so that you don't break them, but I haven't broken a Combo stick in years - except when they finally get worn out and just splinter!
Davin Kuhl
A few other points in this stick's favor include a great nylon tip that gives superior cymbal definition, especially on hi-hats.
Victoria Tarrani

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Victoria Tarrani on October 9, 2004
Before discovering this gem I was stuck with 7a sticks, which ran between .5 and .515 inches in diameter depending on which company made them. I have small hands and play lite, so was never quite satisfied with 7a sticks. This stick is 16 inches long with a .475 inch diameter, and is a perfect fit for me.

I realize that many drummers use 5a sticks for rock and either 7a or 11a for jazz, but if you are in the small minority like myself, this stick will noticably improve your speed.

A few other points in this stick's favor include a great nylon tip that gives superior cymbal definition, especially on hi-hats. It also is sturdy and can withstand heavier playing.

Other sticks you may want to explore if you primarily use 7a are the Joe Porcaro signature stick by DRUMS IN THE WIND (lite maple with a diamond-shaped nylon tip for intricate cymbal work). This stick measures 15.75 inches long by .525 inch diameter. While thicker than most 7a sticks, this one is feather lite and will let you blaze. I also use the PROMARK 7a (15 3/8 inches long with a .5 inch diameter), and their Jazz model, which has the same diameter, but is 16 inches long - both in hickory with nylon tips. If you do consider the PROMARK sticks, avoid their LA line of sticks. These are factory seconds and are of inconsistent quality.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Edman on November 5, 2010
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I have been using these combo sticks for years. I play in church and tend to get a little loud with larger diamater sticks. these are the thinest sticks I have been able to find that will stand up to most of what I throw at them.I have tried other thin sticks, but they don't last one night. Of course you can't go crazy with them or you will break off the tip, but they last a long time for such a thin stick. When I practice I turn the stick backwards and play with the fat end so I won't break them, and to give a little more weight to make the wrist a little stronger. They give you fantastic speed, and the nylon tip will add a little volume to your playing so you really don't have to strike the cymbal as hard as with a wood tip stick. Overall I am so glad I found these many moons ago. If they ever stop making them I will buy as many as I can get my hands on before they are all gone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Tarrani HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22, 2013
I use slightly larger sticks - mainly the Pro-Mark TX7AN - but carry a pair of these in my stick bag for ultra light playing.

Things I love:

- Coating! The sticky coating on these and most other Regal Tip sticks is phenomenal. No matter how sweaty your hands get you can play with a loose grip and still hold on to the stick.

- Length. I tend to purchase and use sticks in the 16" length range because they give me the reach I need to play various parts of my ride cymbals. I typically use a 22" or 24" ride, so the longer the better.

Aspects that I sometimes love and sometimes don't - depending on my mood and what I am playing - are the weight and diameter. These are light sticks and you can truly fly around a kit with them. While I prefer smaller diameter sticks, I am more comfortable with sticks in the .5 to .515 inch range. At .485 these are a little too thin and I have small hands. They feel more like a timbale stick with a drumstick tip.

What I do not care for: for some reason the balance of these sticks feel wrong to me. I am forever shifting my grip to find the optimum fulcrum, but it seems to elude me.

I awarded this stick five stars despite some of my issues because it's beautifully constructed. In fact, it's perfectly straight and true, unlike the sticks I used back in the day that rolled like flat tires when you placed them on a flat surface to see how straight they were. More importantly there are drummers who want this small diameter stick and Regal Tip is the only company that accommodates them. As for my issues with balance, I play traditional grip and I suspect that my problems will not be experienced by drummers who play matched grip.
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