Zildjian John Riley Double Stick-Mallet

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Great for cymbal swells and muted tom fills.

The Zildjian John Riley Double Stick-Mallet combines the acclaimed bead of the John Riley Artist Series Drumstick and the popular seamless felt mallet head. Made with select U.S. hickory.

"My new combination stick-mallet adds a great lush sonic dimension when played on the drums and the cymbals." - John Riley

  • Category: brushes & specialty sticks
  • Length: 16.25"
  • Diameter: 0.55"
  • Finish: natural
  • Wood type: hickory
  • Tip type: wood tip
  • Genre: drumset: fusion, drumset: jazz, drumset: latin, drumset: other, drumset: world, percussion
  • Skill level: advanced, expert, intermediate, professional

If it's good enough for John Riley . . .

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For pit work ??


from PA

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  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality


  • Light weight

Best Uses

  • Lighter music styles
  • Practicing

Comments about Zildjian John Riley Double Stick-Mallet:

Purchased for a student who is in the Pit for the fall season. These sticks seem way to light for this type of music. Think I will look at the Promark SD5 or SD7 next time...

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Pretty darn good


from Los Angeles, California

Comments about Zildjian John Riley Double Stick-Mallet:

This is the greatest idea for a drum stick ever. Half stick and half mallet. This makes the possibilities in an orchestral setting and an on stage rock setting endless. One big problem with sticks are that because of the mallet stuck on the end, the stick are caused to go out of tune which may a big problem in some cases. All in all I love these sticks. They're great.

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