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does anybody know where i can buy bricks of promark japanese oak sticks? i've looked at all of the dealers promark lists to buy from as well as some others, but i can't find anything more that one pair at a time. thanks for any help
04-12-2007, 08:01 AM
I buy bricks all the time from Sam Ash.. Even though not on the site or in the catalogs, most places if ya call em will but ya a deal on bricks. After all that is how they get em...
I have even gotten deals on like 10 pair at a time. Just give em a call.. Most of the big shops have em. My local drum shop will even cut deals on bricks.
Thanks, I'll try that. Anybody else found another option?
05-13-2007, 11:22 PM
I just bought a brick of Pro*mark 747Bs from Guitar Center last week. They actually had them in stock, but I'm sure they would have ordered them if they were not in stock.
Most any retailer should have, or be able to order them, just call around and ask.
05-18-2007, 01:04 AM
Yeah most of the local music shops that carry a decent variety of drums/drum equipment will have blocks of the most popular sticks in stock. If not they will most certainly order some for you.
And good choice on those sticks. I absolutely love these sticks. They are way more durable than and hickory stick I've ever tried and I like the extra weight they have. They give me a feeling of enhanced control and they produce a lovely sound when striking my drums with that bit of extra weight.
Yeah, I love the small size but increased weight. I realized I liked heavy sticks when I got an unnaturally heavy pair of Vic Firth 5As.
05-18-2007, 02:46 AM
Yeah, go to your local store and pay through the nose....
I get mine from Midwest. $6.84/pr for 12pr or more of same model. Doesn't matter how many you want, they come in the unopened brick.
Wow, that's a good deal. Thanks, unfortunately I already ordered 6 pair from massmusic.net for about $45. Ah well, I'll remember next time.
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