Vater VSMSD9W Sugar Maple Series SD9 Wood Tip Drumsticks

Item # SM168VSMSD9W
| Mfg # VSMSD9W
| UPC # 641652714015
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Just over a 5B in the grip with an oval tip, this is a fast playing stick that is great for Jazz.

Length: 16 1/4"
Diameter: 610"
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Officially established in 1991 as the Vater brand, the Vater's family history began decades earlier, hand-turning sticks for Buddy Rich as early as 1956. Vater's goal is simple … to produce the very best drumsticks and percussion accessories in the world.