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Old 12-25-2007, 03:45 PM
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Default China Brick Sticks: Cheapest 7As?

I own 12 pairs of China Brick Sticks: 5As and they've lasted me more than a year. I've been cycling between 3 pairs and they're pretty beat up from regular use, but they're still standing and they're not broken yet.

I'm thinking about buying a set of 7As for quieter, for cymbal-precise work, but I wanted to find out if:

A) there was a cheaper set of sticks out of there
B) what's the cheapest place online to get either China Brick Sticks or a better set of 7A sticks.

So far, I can only find this website selling these packs: http://www.vintagedrum.com/category/Drum-Stick-Packs

Thank you!

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Old 12-26-2007, 04:39 PM
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Default Re: China Brick Sticks: Cheapest 7As?

How much cheaper are you hoping to get than $30 for 12 pair of sticks that's $2.50 a pair. Quite honestly I'd go to my local shop and get one or two pair of good 7a's, like promark, vic firth, vater. For the light work that they are designed for they should last a really long time. Granted they will cost $7-$8 a pair but you'll be getting a quality stick.
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Old 12-31-2007, 04:49 PM
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Default Re: China Brick Sticks: Cheapest 7As?

Agreed. If you buy a quality stick they will last longer and in the long run be a more economical purchase.
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