ProductsOur wood sets us apart. We offer a complete line of drumsticks in maple, white hickory, and our unique red hickory to produce some of the longest lasting sticks on the market today. White hickory is the most common hickory used in the production. It absorbs shock and can take a beating. Red hickory also absorbs shock well and has been proven to withstand greater amounts of stress. Our red hickory sticks are perfect for hard hitters!
Made from the heart wood of the hickory tree, this drumstick will last even the hardest hitting drummers sessions. It’s durability comes from the density of the stick but it does not sacrifice the feel of a hickory stick.
Some of our most popular stick models resides within our family of hickory drumsticks. From the basic 5A, arguably the most commonly played drumsticks in the world, to our Rock and Jazz models, our range of hickory model drumsticks offer a wide array of weights, lengths and balances.
With its unmistakable weight and gentle rebound, maple offers the definitive feel for many drummers who have found their voice in soft grooves and subtle cymbal work. With the strength to race and relax the versatility of maple drumsticks remains unmatched for so many.
Safe enviromental practice!
Our business relies on the existance of a clean and healthy environment. We work hard to do our part to ensure it’s safety by limiting the use of hazardous materials in our facility.
The Production of drumsticks creates a lot of wood shavings, saw dust and odd-shaped bits and pieces. To deal with this by-product and eliminate our waste production, we installed a wood burning furnace to heat the facility during our winter months.
What we can’t use as fuel goes to local farmers for use as bedding for their animals.
The majority of our wood is grown and harvested under the guidance of the Forest Stewardship Council (FCS). The FCS is an international membership-based, non-profit organization that supports environment appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests.
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29 Milennium Dr
Hanwell, NB E3B 2N9