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ProMark TX5AW Hickory 5A Wood Tip Sticks

Brand: ProMark


MSRP: $16.00

Item: #255573
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The TX5AW from Promark is the classic hickory 5A model that has become a standard for modern drummers.  This stick is great for almost any drum set application as well as concert and orchestral use.  These sticks are unfinished making them easier to grip and providing a more natural feel for the player.  You can never go wrong with a 5A hickory stick!  -Alex


Diameter:  .551"
Length:  16"
Tip Material:  Wood
Tip Shape:  Oval


Diameter:  .551"
Length:  16"
Tip Material:  Wood
Tip Shape:  Oval

The 5A has long been the best selling stick for all styles of music due to it's well-balanced design and length. The oval-shaped tip provides a full, dark sound. The 5A is versatile enough to be used in all musical genres.

  • Hickory is the most popular wood choice for drumsticks due to its resilience, responsiveness, durability, and classic feel
  • Diameter: .551" Length: 16"
  • Oval wood tip provides a dark, warm tone suited for multiple applications
  • Medium taper for balanced response and rebound
  • All ProMark drumsticks are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA at our Texas facility to the most stringent quality controls in the industry


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