Pro-Mark System Blue Snare Drum Marching Sticks  

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A beefy hickory wood-tip marching stick designed for maximum control.

With the thick diameter and large round bead, the DC50 is easy to control between diverse musical passages to produce a full, rich sound and consistent rim shots at any dynamic.

System Blue snare drum sticks were designed by The Blue Devils percussion staff and produced in-house at Pro-Mark's facility. The three models of sticks are designed to range from a beefy stick for mature players down to a stick with a small diameter that meets the needs of younger players.

Features

  • DC50 Length: 16 7/8" Diameter: 0.720"
  • DC51 Length: 16 3/4" Diameter: 0.680"
 
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4.0

Recently switched from Vic Firth to give these a try

By Fox311

from MSP, MN

Comments about Pro-Mark System Blue Snare Drum Marching Sticks:

The consistency of the Vic Firth sticks I have purchased years prior has gone down hill, so I thought I would give Pro-Mark a shot. I really dig the 50's, they have a phenomenal sound, nice and beefy and clean. The 51's are what we chose for indoor percussion this year, very articulate (especially int he rolls). The smallest set must have been a dud, very dull, boxy and deep sound. I want to march the 50's this summer - either these or the stock Ralph Hardimon.

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