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Old 03-12-2013, 06:49 PM
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Default Vic Firth Tommy Igoe Signature Stick

I was wondering if anyone had experience with this stick. The only two drum stores that I like around me don't have them in stock, so I thought I would ask before buying blind.

I use HD4, Zoro sig, Gadd Sig, Buddy Rich sticks that look similar to the Igoe's.

Looking for some comparisons to feel and sound with those.

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Old 03-13-2013, 02:55 AM
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Default Re: Vic Firth Tommy Igoe Signature Stick

The Taj Mahal tip of Igoe sticks has a clear sound on the ride cymbal, probably similar to the barrel tip of Gadd or Zoro sticks. In my collection, the Vater Stewart Copeland has a very similar weight, diameter and feeling on the drumset. The Buddy Rich are bigger and longer (5B instead of 5A).

Tommy Igoe sticks "groove essentials" really worth a try.
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