Zildjian Tony Williams Artist Series DrumsticksProduct #449777 Zildjian 449777 DEAA Drum Sticks https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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He's probably the greatest drummer of all time, and these are his sticks.
Drumsticks designed by the great Tony Williams himself. Hefty 2B dimensions with a thinner neck and angular tip for superior dynamics. U.S. select hickory.
- Category: Artist Series
- Length: 16"
- Diameter: 0.625"
- Finish: natural
- Wood type: hickory
- Tip type: wood tip
- Genre: country, fusion, hip hop, jazz, Latin, pop, R&B, rock, world
Tony William's signature sticks - jazz precision and rock energy. Order today!
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Comments about Zildjian Tony Williams Artist Series Drumsticks:
With a body slightly thicker than a regular Zildjian 5B, the Tony Williams signature may feel surprisingly heavy for anyone expecting a more traditional jazz stick. The stick is hefty in the hand with a little extra weight in the shoulder and a meaty acorn tip. I initially purchased the Williams model to offer a slightly larger alternative to my traditional combo stick, and was very surprised by the overall girth.
I thought the extra weight would rule out the Williams stick as a small group option, but spending a little time with it changed my mind. The broad bead really brings the low, smoky tones out of my favorite ultra-thin ride cymbal, and the extra meat in the shoulder makes articulating fast ride patterns a breeze though controlling it did take just a little extra effort. The stick is extremely well-suited to playing with a lot of moeller-type rebound (which I found surprising as I had always heard Williams didnt really rely on bounces).
On the whole, the Tony Williams signature stick is well-suited for a variety of different playing situations. The sticks mass makes a great tool for drawing fat, low tones from toms, while its excellent balance helps it find a home in lower volume situations.