PROMARK Broomsticks

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Broomsticks produce a sound that's in between brushes and Hot Rods.

Pro-Mark Broomsticks are created using actual broomcorn. You'll get more volume than with cymbal brushes, but less attack than rods. The rubber bands are adjustable for different sounds.


Another versatile sound at your command. Order your Broomsticks today.

 
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3.0

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3.0

I'd hoped for more...or course.

By DrumrPete

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

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      Comments about Pro-Mark Broomsticks:

      I have been trying everything to get my volume down in m 60's trio. We use Bose L1 gear, and it's awesome for low/moderate volume music.

      So I've hunted for sticks that can keep stage volume down, while not giving up too much cymbal ping, and drum punch. So far, I'm only moderately successful. Everything is a trade off.

      The Broomsticks are by far the quietest sticks yet, but they are actually way too quiet for me, I can not hear them on cymbals at all, and they are, so far, only useful for "train beats", or tom tom grooves, useless for hi hat and ride.

      However, I did find that they work pretty well for my Remo 15" Djembe, both the low and hi open tone is achievable, only the "slap" is not. I have read that they are good for Cajon as well.

      I would not really recommend going to the expense for quieter drum kit playing. Rutes and Multi-rods are still better...for my personal needs.

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