R stick are making drumsticks for you since 1982 The company have got much experience through that time, which allows us to react precisely on your requests and which we are applying to our crafting procedure through the time. We were first with many things and we become inspiration for many others on this field.A great drumstick is the perfect combination of balance, response, and feel. Drumsticks design diameter, length, weight, type of wood, taper, and tip all determine the way it feels in your hand. The optimum drumstick for you will depend on your style of music and type of drum kit. To play your best, choose the stick that feels the best and suits your musical purposes. The main elements important to choosing the right drumsticks R stick made a custom for you.
Perfect workmanship, fully subordinate to customer requirements
We're not trying to impress you with parameters that can never be reached, offer you super materials of Premium Quality. We can not solidify surface drumsticks with special varnish or ennoble hornbeam on the quality of Hickory, we never feed you with crap about the quality of the material or amaze you with our worldliness and sizes. We do not auspice ourselves with non-existent or unregistered trademarks, use false advertising, and even super sounding different systems of quality assurance and quality control. The truth - We do not need and never had to got around to resort because for us our work speaks
For the production of R - stick drumsticks we use only the highest quality, finest materials, the choice of which we are solely responsible for. Choose Your Size. Once you have an idea on you wood and tip, you need to find the right size stick for you. Different manufacturers will code their sticks a bit differently, so you may see a slight difference in a 5a compared to a 5a extreme. However, they are all very similar, and follow a general pattern. There are three main stick categories. 7A this is a thinner, lighter feeling stick meant for a softer sound on you drums. These work great for jazz drumming, or younger drummers. 5A this is the most common stick. Medium thickness allows for both loud and softer play. Great for rock drumming! 5B and 2B these are thicker than average. They allow for louder sounding drums, and are ideal for heavy rock.