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Old 04-30-2010, 09:48 PM
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Default Techra Carbon Fiber Drumsticks

Thought I would chime in and talk a little about these drumsticks.
http://www.techra.it/drumsticks.html

These things are great. They are from a company in Italy and I came across them at the NAMM show this year (2010). I managed to get my hands on a bunch of pairs from the rep and I have liked them so much I worked out getting an endorsement for them.
http://www.techra.it/ccnewell.html

They are Carbon Fiber sticks and they play and feel great. They tend to not break as much as regular wood sticks and I'm a heavy hitter. They come in the standard sizes 7A, 5A, 5B, 2B. The ones I ended up using have a rubber covering on the grip. great if ya sweat alot and drop a ton of sticks.

Anyway check'm out....
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Old 05-01-2010, 03:06 AM
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Default Re: Techra Carbon Fiber Drumsticks

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Thought I would chime in and talk a little about these drumsticks.
http://www.techra.it/drumsticks.html

These things are great. They are from a company in Italy and I came across them at the NAMM show this year (2010). I managed to get my hands on a bunch of pairs from the rep and I have liked them so much I worked out getting an endorsement for them.
http://www.techra.it/ccnewell.html

They are Carbon Fiber sticks and they play and feel great. They tend to not break as much as regular wood sticks and I'm a heavy hitter. They come in the standard sizes 7A, 5A, 5B, 2B. The ones I ended up using have a rubber covering on the grip. great if ya sweat alot and drop a ton of sticks.

Anyway check'm out....

............... $70 a pair?
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