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Within the first 10 minutes of using the Collision drumsticks I was hooked, the smooth physical texture of the sticks and balance was surprisingly comfortable. Other brands of drumsticks I’ve used previous to the Collision brand have had dry ‘soft’ finishes, slick lacquer finishes, and sometimes a rough hard wood texture which felt awkward and difficult to hold for long periods of playing. As much as I love the feel I believe what I love most is the durability of Collision drumsticks, I also believe this is the bread of butter of the brand. As previously mentioned I do a lot of fast playing, a lot of various types of blasting, and often expect the sticks I’m using to dent or crack at the shoulder of the stick – this hasn’t been the case with the 5A/5AR drumsticks as there’s a few very small dents on the shaft of the sticks from testing out rimshots on my snare and that’s it.
I recommend Collision Drumsticks because I’m a firm believer of although a drummer can use any sticks to play, the drummer plays their best when comfortable. We as drummers all know every drummer is different and I honestly didn’t think I would find a brand of drumsticks that could meet everything I wanted and needed with comfort, balance, durability, and feel until I started using Collision’s 5A/5AR sticks. As the common phrase goes ‘You don’t know until you try it’, and I 100% believe Collision Drumsticks are worth trying.
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