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Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Wed Nov 26, 2014 10:08 am
by xEve
Which sticks is better and what is the different ?

Promark Dc50 , Promark Dc17 , Vic Firth SRH.

I am using Promark Dc17. It is good at first after a few month the sound changed :S

I gonna try other sticks :)

Any recommendations?

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 7:20 am
by Jason
VF Tom Aungsts and Promark System Blue Scott Johnsons are what i use. Toms are better practice sticks and Scojos are heavy.

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 11:47 am
by Isaiah.Lamb
It's hard to say that any stick is better than the other. When it comes down to it, it all depends on preference. Companies wouldn't make sticks that people don't use. With that being said, I really like Colin McNutt's, Paul Rennick's and Mike McIntosh sticks. In the end though, it's about the player, not the sticks so much.

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Tue May 03, 2016 1:43 pm
by TrentKranz
Isaiah.Lamb wrote:It's hard to say that any stick is better than the other. When it comes down to it, it all depends on preference. Companies wouldn't make sticks that people don't use. With that being said, I really like Colin McNutt's, Paul Rennick's and Mike McIntosh sticks. In the end though, it's about the player, not the sticks so much.
Really good point. Ive been using McNutts for my High Schools line for as long as I can remember. But for anything higher level drumming I would suggest McIntosh FS-MM. Great weight with a solid attack

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Wed May 04, 2016 9:04 am
by Rob Bond
I never used Promark for marching sticks, but I have used the Vic Firth SRH and those are my favourite sticks. Besides those, I like the Mike Macs and McNutts.

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Sat May 14, 2016 12:27 pm
by jakerook5
My favorite sticks would probably SRH, I'm just used to it because I've been using them ever since I started playing. Other sticks that I like though are DC50s and Jim casellas. Hardimons though are the same in size as the DC17s pretty much but to me they just feel better.

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:24 pm
by chellelee75
Maybe it's just me, but I DESPISE Vic-Firth sticks for marching, especially RH. Every pair I've ordered sound dead almost instantly and just feel wrong. With that said,
DC17> DC50
And, if you want to try something new.

IP JC> All

Re: Any review from those sticks?

Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:07 am
by MrSirEric
Ralph Hardimons are going to be consistently the lightest of the three, followed by DC50s, and Scojos as the heaviest. Hardimons are very good sticks for beginning players, but unless you can get a pair that are unusually heavy (for Hardimons) they're not that good for more advanced players.

MY personal favorite of the three are the DC17s because they have good balance and promark makes consistent sticks, but my gold standard overall for marching sticks are the Innovative Paul Rennick 2s. Perfect weight, balance, and general feel in my hands.

If the Rennicks are too heavy for your taste, then go with IP Jim Casellas