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Promark TX2BXN Hickory 2BX Dave Lombardo Nylon Tip drumstick


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  • $10.72
  • Regular price MSRP: $22.30

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The 2BX stick was designed by Cuban-American heavy metal drummer, Dave Lombardo. It's thick diameter combined with a short taper and oval tip provide power for the heavier hitter. The nylon tip provides a brighter, more articulate sound. Because of its resilience, responsiveness and durability, hickory is the most commonly used wood for drum sticks. Hickory is the classic drum stick feel.



  • Hickory is the most popular wood choice for drumsticks due to its resilience, responsiveness, durability, and classic feel
  • Diameter: .630" Length: 16-1/8"
  • Oval nylon tip provides a brighter more articulate tone suited for multiple applications
  • Short, quick taper for a more forward balance with less rebound
  • All ProMark drumsticks are designed and manufactured in the USA to the most stringent quality controls in the industry


Manufacturer: Promark Drumsticks
Model: TX2BXN
Warranty: See manufacturer website for details
SKU: I161411-N-0-B
UPC: 616022110988

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