Drumstick Innovation - New Product Launch

Dougie Stix

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Hello All,

I have a new type of drumstick. It is a new option to the well known "Hot Rods" or Bundle Sticks/Multi Rods.

These sticks allow you to play the drums at a lower volume, actually 20 decibels less than regular sticks. This means that regular sticks sound 4 times louder than these.

They are a solid stick, so they feel like a normal drumstick, no energy loss from small dowel rods spreading out. They do not chip and fall apart.

They have the same clear attack on the drums and cymbals like regular sticks.

I am seeking interest in these sticks. They are patent-pending and will be released on Kickstarter soon.

If you would like to be notified on the release of them, and to learn more about them, please message me with your email address and I will send you the kickstarter link before the release.

Please also post here if you are interested, and any thoughts.

Thanks dudes!

*Your email address will be kept confidential, only used to send the link, no spam.


 

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Hello All,

I have a new type of drumstick. It is a new option to the well known "Hot Rods" or Bundle Sticks/Multi Rods.

These sticks allow you to play the drums at a lower volume, actually 20 decibels less than regular sticks. This means that regular sticks sound 4 times louder than these.

They are a solid stick, so they feel like a normal drumstick, no energy loss from small dowel rods spreading out. They do not chip and fall apart.

They have the same clear attack on the drums and cymbals like regular sticks.

I am seeking interest in these sticks. They are patent-pending and will be released on Kickstarter soon.

If you would like to be notified on the release of them, and to learn more about them, please message me with your email address and I will send you the kickstarter link before the release.

Please also post here if you are interested, and any thoughts.

Thanks dudes!

*Your email address will be kept confidential, only used to send the link, no spam.
This looks interesting, any pics or videos in action.

Ben
 

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Did I see that correctly? They are flattened? Not a smooth round stick?
 

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That is correct. It may seem weird, but they play great. Trade off for lower volume. Allows them to flex a small amount to apply less energy to the drum, along with dropping the extra mass. You will be surprised at how well they play. I know it seems crazy, but they have been tested by many drummers, no complaints! And remember, this is for lower volume, not for killing it on stage.
 

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Right.
Interesting.
I'd be up for snagging a pair to check out.
 

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