The only problem is the Classic 419 is not available with nylon tip...only wood tip.
Yes, that is the route I took. I didn't suggest the Lombardo because of the nylon tip. That would be a deal killer for me, but maybe not for rocker 261.If you use the filters on the main screen left hand side, you can quite easily find what you want, apart from having to select different ranges, which seems a bit silly to me.
The Dave Lombardo stick is a little longer, though the taper is a long rather than medium, and it is lacquered rather than plain.
The Promark Dave Lombardo drumstick features a thick diameter combined with a short taper and oval tip that provide power for the heavier hitter. Its nylon tip provides a brighter, more articulate sound.www.daddario.com
I was going to suggest trying Vater. I was a die hard Promark guy for many years. Recently bought some Vater 2bs. As SOON as they were in my hands, I loved them. The wood used feels substantial, not light and hollow--solid.If you're willing to change brands the Vic Firth Metal model is a 17" long 2B. Back when I was playing louder music it was my go to stick.