PLAY DRUMS FASTER, QUIETER, AND WITH GREATER FINESSE. INSTANTLY.
You will learn a lot about
nuance and subtlety in rhythm
when playing quietly
MooCowbell Split NZ specialty drumsticks
are used by students, professionals,
and weekend drummers.
Doug M. writes:
I received your order of the two sizes and really enjoyed both products and the quality that went into them. Your are right to advise people not to hit too hard with them. I am a drum instructor for younger beginner students and I found my students really love the added bounce to improve their technique. I also enjoy the lower volume on the drum kits and I am sure their parents will also if their were to use them. I am wondering what kind of pricing I could get if I was to purchase 6 or 12 pairs at once so I can supply them to my students. The smaller ones NOT2B is what I am interested in as the larger ones are great but a little too large for small hands. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Best and I wish you future success, Doug.
Anthony S. writes:
I just want to say thank you! I used my sticks for the first time today at church and I LOVE them. My Church is on the smaller side and the stage we play on is like an echo chamber; so I am forced to play with hot rods, which have no rebound or if i play with real sticks i have to play so quiet and can’t get into what I’m doing. Your 2B sticks are the perfect cross between drum sticks and hot rods. They are a must have for every drum bag. Hopefully their durability is as good as their rebound, only time will tell on that one. Also I wish I could get them off amazon. Everything is top notch. Thank you!
Rico N. writes:
Just received my order and enjoy playing with these sticks and would like to order the 2b sticks. Thanks again, Rico
Rob G. writes:
I bought a pair of not-2B and tried them out. So far, I like them. I just ordered a pair of 2B and will try them out.
Briefly, I have been playing drums since a child, but did not join a band until 2004 (I’m 60-years old now) I have always taken noise volume in consideration for band mates and audience. I started playing with Pro-Marks (lightning rods and thunder rods) and became so accustomed to ‘bamboo rods’ I find it hard to play with real sticks. One of the biggest advantages to me of ‘bamboo rods’ besided volume control, is (((VIBRATION))). As I have gotten older, during a 4-hour gig, I find holding the sticks get’s more difficult. The ‘bamboo rods’ help cushion vibration, but could be ‘too soft’ for live performances. I believe your MooCowbell sticks with be the best of both worlds for me…Thanks!
Ryan S. writes:
Re: MooCowbell thanks bud and “all nothing but goodness back at ya” i am a 55 year old that has drummed professionally in my 20’s – 30’s. Started getting the iche the last 3 to 4 years to play again. These sticks are fun! I am really enjoying em. Here where i live the venues are small, playing finessively is a really good thing your sticks are comming in handy. Have a great st. Pattys day! Remember do what ya gotta do to make playing fun try some new sticks, reskin your drum whatever thanks for such quick delivery and a product that is making my playing fun again!
Looking for a different sound for drums or cymbals? Working on stick control? Want to play drums faster? How about quieter? Need help with ghost notes? Need to strengthen your weak hand?
Do you need a quiet stick for your drum circle?
STICK BAG CHECKLIST
2B – .625″ dia. 16 1/2″ length
not 2B – .50″ dia. 16 1/2″ length
13 of Clubs – 2B – .625″ dia. only 13 1/2″ long
13 of Clubs – not 2B – .50″ dia. only 13 1/2″ long
2Bs are 5dB quieter than VF SD1s
not 2Bs are 9dB quieter than VF SD1s
Our 13 of Clubs are shorter
to encourage kids to play drums
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“Split NZ are all about rebound.”
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