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Promark TXDC72W Hickory DC72 Wood Tip drumstick


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  • $9.49
  • Regular price MSRP: $16.25




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The DC72 was designed by Texas educator Chris Retschulte. Its full round bead provides consistent head contact regardless of playing angle.  Quick taper allows provides optimal feel, especially at lower dynamic levels. Because of its resilience, responsiveness and durability, hickory is the most commonly used wood for drum sticks. Hickory is the classic drum stick feel.

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  • Hickory is the most popular wood choice for drumsticks due to its resilience, responsiveness, durability, and classic feel
  • Diameter: .700" Length: 16 7/8"
  • Round tip provides a robust sound on the marching snare drum
  • Long taper for fast and responsive rebound
  • All ProMark drumsticks are designed and manufactured in the USA to the most stringent quality controls in the industry


Manufacturer: Promark Drumsticks
Model: TXDC72W
Warranty: See manufacturer website for details
SKU: I330029-N-0-B
UPC: 616022126521

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