Vic Firth Signature Series Dave Weckl Evolution (6-Pairs)  From Vic Firth

All drumsticks from the Signature Series have undergone vast, in-depth research, working along side some of todays most amazing and talented drummers of all music styles. Each set of signature drumsticks has been carefully created and designed to reflect the artists musical requirements in terms of balance, feel, sound protection and cymbal color.

Vic Firth

$59.95

Retail:  $108.00

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Manufacturer's Description from Vic Firth

The EVOLUTION signature stick was designed by Vic Firth and Dave to correlate with changes Dave made to his playing approach in the late '90s. 

It has a slightly heavier front end than his original signature stick (the red one), producing a great balance from a 'center of gravity' balance point, allowing rebound to happen with very little effort. It is similar in size to a 5A, with a different tip and different balance in the front end.

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About Manufacturer

Everett "Vic" Firth is an American musician and the founder of Vic Firth Company (formerly Vic Firth, Inc.), a company that makespercussion sticks and mallets.

Founded in 1963 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, the company bills itself as the world's largest manufacturer of drum sticks and mallets, which are made in Newport, Maine. In 2010, the company merged with Avedis Zildjian Company; officials said at the time that the companies would continue to run independently.

 

Specifications

A short tear drop tip on a 5A shaft. Provides superior cymbal definition with excellent rebound.
L = 16" | Dia. = .563"

Comes in 6 pair bundle