Los Cabos Drumsticks 3A Hickory Drumsticks

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LCD3AH

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Hickory is the wood most commonly used in drumstick manufacture. Its flexibility makes it the first choice for drummers who play loudly. Hickory offers a high degree of articulation for a focused attack in all musical styles. Los Cabos chooses only the finest quality imported Hickory for our drumsticks.

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Closest StoreSaint John, New Brunswick
I've been playing Los Cabos for over 15 years now and love having the option of Maple, White Hickory and Red Hickory. I use all three woods for different applications. 3A Hickory is my "Go To" for Rock, Blues and Country gigs. I use the Red Hickory for heavier gigs and practice and the Maple for easier listening type music or lower volume gigs.
Posted by Warren Beatteay on Apr 21, 2021
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Closest StoreSaskatoon, Saskatchewan
I've tried the 5b and 2b sticks before with good results. I picked these up on the feel and man, these are my new sticks! Everything is great, good balance, feel and sound. The wood tips are indestructible. I put them through my test and they passed with flying colours.
Posted by Jarrett on Mar 24, 2017
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