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Vic Firth X5A American Classic Drum Sticks

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Vic Firth 5A American Classic Hickory Drumsticks come with a Tear drop tip for rich cymbal sounds. Light and fast for jazz, orchestral and pit work.

The American Classic line combines tradition and Vic Firth style. With bold designs for fuller sound, the Classics are turned from select hickory – a dense wood with little flex for a more pronounced sound. Hickory is also capable of withstanding a great deal of shock, making it highly durable.

The wood tips are deeply back-cut for intensified cymbal response. The nylon tips are similar in size and shape to their wood counterparts, providing enhanced performance and a feel closer to their original wood tip models. Nylon tips are the most durable and brightest sounding on cymbals.

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Product Specifications

5A American Classic Specifications
  • Length: 16 inches
  • Diameter: .565 inch


Customer Reviews

Review: Briecho Submitted: 5/7/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Well worth the money.
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Nice feel and response.

Review: Tom Submitted: 3/7/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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good stiff hard wood!

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nice stix, great service!

Review: Lawrence Qualls Submitted: 2/6/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Classic!

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Vic Firth is top of the line.

Review: Jonathan from Wyoming, US Submitted: 5/12/2011

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


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X5A sticks

They're sticks, Vic Firth does a good job matching the pairs by weight. And I don't think it's gonna break at some ungodly time. My first pair, when I broke them, was able to limp through the song I was playing( I was covering some really heavy death metal on that electric, not at a show at least). I taped the it and it sounds fine as long as it's in something not supremely heavy.

Drumsticks don't vary much, but mine are nylon tip so they're have great tones on cymbals, and they're pretty light, making speed easier, but they aren't as loud as could possibly be( still not quite for sure).

Sticks are generally in the same range, so this comes down to durability.

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