ProMark Neil Peart 747 Shira Kashi Oak Drumstick – PW747W

Made of Shira Kashi oak and featuring ProMark’s classic diameter, the ProMark Neil Peart 747 drumstick is perfect when you need more volume. It features an oval tip for a bright, clear cymbal tone, and dense wood with a sturdy feel for increased articulation, weight and durability. For a limited time, packaging and stick artwork may vary.

$29.75

Description

ProMark Neil Peart 747 Shira Kashi Oak Drumstick, Wood Tip

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NEIL PEART

Lacquered Shira Kashi OakPW747W

Made of Shira Kashi oak and featuring ProMark’s classic diameter, the ProMark Neil Peart 747 drumstick is perfect when you need more volume. It features an oval tip for a bright, clear cymbal tone, and dense wood with a sturdy feel for increased articulation, weight and durability. For a limited time, packaging and stick artwork may vary.
  • Tip Material: Wood
  • Tip Shape: Oval
  • Length: 16 1/4″ / 412.8mm
  • Diameter: .551″ / 14mm

Brand

Promark

Promark was founded in 1957 by percussion instructor and shop owner Herb Brochstein in Houston, Texas. It was the first company to introduce Japanese Shira-Kashi white oak into the American market, and the only company to successfully market oak sticks in the United States. The wood provided for Promark is supplied by Japanese trader Tatsuo Kosaka. In recent years, Promark has moved to use of non-endangered wood and a "green" finishing process to make their sticks and manufacturing processes safer to the player and the environment. In 1985, Promark patented a rute for drum kit use, introducing it as the Hot Rod. Several similar models followed, both from them and other manufacturers.