Vic Firth Joey Heredia Signature Drumsticks
Wood & Nylon Tip Drum Sticks
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Practice your marching corps skills without the volume.
The ScoJo practice drumsticks combine a rubber tip design and a special taper to simulate the authentic feel of the Scott Johnson Marching Snare stick. The drumsticks are great for practice, or for creating unique sound color possibilities on the drum. In hickory.
The Corpsmaster Indoor Marching Series is the most complete line of drumsticks and mallets designed specifically for indoor applications. The drumsticks are engineered to produce a clear attack and a pure sound without unwanted and excessive overtones. All Corpsmaster Indoor Series drumsticks are made of hickory. The IMB10 mallets feature heavy gauge aluminum shafts for reduced weight.
About Scott Johnson
Scott's musical training began at the age of four when he began taking drum lessons from a local percussion instructor. At the encouragement of this instructor he became involved in the Drum and Bugle Corps activity. Before his fifth birthday, Scott joined the Red Knights Drum and Bell Corp. and later graduated to the Royalairs Drum and Bugle Corps.
Scott remained with the unit until he joined the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps at age 18. He was a marching member in the Blue Devils snare line from 1976 through 1979. He became a member of the Blue Devil staff as a Percussion instructor from 1978 through 1989 and later rejoined the organization in 1994 as Director of Percussion and Percussion A arranger.
Scott is also the former Percussion Arranger for Riverside Community College, as well as the arranger for Beatrix Drum Corp. from Holland, San Francisco Renegades Drum and Bugle Corps, and arranger for many drum corps and marching bands in the United States as well as in Japan.
During his time away from the Blue Devils, Scott was hired as Director of Percussion and Percussion Arranger for the Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps from 1991 through 1993, after one year as percussion consultant in 1990.