Mainline 2BP Sticks Reviews 1

If you play drums, I'm sure you don't want to even start thinking about how much money you spent on this essential and breakable tools that are drumsticks. But what if some company could fabricate an almost unbreakable stick? I'm sure you would like to give it a shot right? Well, that's exactly what the Mainline Drumsticks brand tried to make. I bought these a while ago, but they have lasted not because of its 'holy' durability, but because they are just not fun to play with. And besides that, after just a couple of hours its plastic tip broke very easily.

I can't remember exactly how much I paid, but I'm sure if you find these in stores they will cost you at least double if not triple of how much you would spend with a regular pair.

http://www.glintonline.com

What do I like this pair? I'm not sure, maybe that they look like drumsticks....

Besides my dislikes I already pointed out in the paragraph above, they also come with this almost powdering anti-slip finishing, that you will wish they slipped away from your hands awhile ago. You will feel your tongue dry, and it will get worse as soon you start hitting cymbals. If you ever work with wall insulation material, you will get the picture.

This pair is 16' in length and its diameter and weight will resemble a 5B stick. Made from a very durable synthetic material.

In theory this stick is a great concept, unfortunately in practice is a whole another story. Stick with real sticks!

mtebaldi rated this unit 1 on 2010-06-01.

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