Drum Sticks and mallets are the implements people use to play drums, cymbals and assorted percussion. Drum Sticks often designed by the worlds leading drummers and percussionists like Vic Firth, famous for performing with the Boston Symphony when he made his first pair of orchestral drum sticks. Soon to follow were drum sticks specially designed out of woods like maple, birch, hickory, oak and even persimmon wood. Signature drum sticks for famous drummers like Buddy Rich, Steve Gadd, Keith Moon and Ringo Starr are made to match their style of playing.
The Groove Warehouse also carries drummers brushes, mallets for keyboard percussion including xylophone, glockenspiel, marimba and vibraphone. Orchestral mallets for Timpani, meditation mallets for gongs and bass drums. Companies like Innovative Percussion make drum sticks for martching drum corps as well as drumset and keyboard artists. Promark make a wide array of matching sticks finished in active grip coatings and hardened by fire. Drum stick sizes vary for the universal model 5A drumsticks to very thin 8A to very thick 2B and more. Drum sticks may come with a variety of tips at one end such as tear drop, accorn and barrel tip to name a few. Drum sticks models all sound a little bit different from each other depending on the wood, tip shape and tip material. Most drum stick companies also make drumsticks with nylon or synthetic tips that last longer and have a more consistant sound over prolonged playing. The Groove Warehouse also features drumsticks of many colours including blue, red, silver, gold, grey and pink; we have a special catagory for junior drum sticks for kids. So, when you are looking for drumsticks, stick bags, and other percussion accessories, look no further that the Groove Warehouse, stocking over one thousand pairs of sticks and mallets on display for you to try before you buy.