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- Seven large premium select birch dowels
- Diameter: .530" Length: 16"
- Smooth grip for easy playability
- Unique wrap near the neck provides a tight sound with just enough texture and improves durability
- All Promark drumsticks are designed and manufactured in the USA
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Comprised of nineteen small premium select birch dowels, Cool Rods are the thinnest option within the Promark Rods. They are designed to be lightweight for dynamic performance and are wrapped with a smooth grip for easy playability.
Made from nineteen medium sized premium birch dowels the Hot Rods are a great middle ground from those looking for a similar weight and feel to a drumstick with the texture and sound of a Promark Rod.
Promark Lightning Rods are made from seven large premium birch dowels, and pack the biggest punch of all the Promark Rods. The larger dowels in the Lightning Rods lend to added durability and help deliver a playing volume closer to that of a drumstick.
Pro-Mark Corporation is the world's largest manufacturer dedicated exclusively to the design, production, and distribution of drumsticks, mallets, and percussion accessories. Questions/Comments? Call us on our Toll Free Drummer's Hotline at 877-Pro-Mark (776.6275) or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Drumming sounds much quieter when playing with these, and since I don't hit hard, the tips aren't chipping off yet (it's been about 2 months, I play every Sunday at my church)
Like brushes, they should be played with a certain amount of finesse, meaning don't beat on them and expect them to hold up. On more than one occasion, I have seen heavy-handed drummers shred them and send pieces flying in every direction. They are not delicately made, but they are not for heavy pounding either. They will hold up only if you treat them like you want them to survive your session.
Some reviewers have commented that these don't last very long, but I think that's a reflection of their playing style and not the quality of the product. I'd definitely recommend picking these up if you're looking for a new tool for your bag.
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