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Vic Firth American Classic X5ANVG Nylon Tip Xtreme 5A Vic Grip Sticks

Brand: Vic Firth

$10.10

MSRP: $21.25

Item: #260016
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The Vic Firth American Classic X5ANVG Nylon Tip Xtreme 5A Vic Grip Sticks feature the non slip Vic Grip Coating and has a nylon tear drop tip that provides a little extra brightness and durability. These sticks are perfect for the player looking for more reach and leverage.  This stick is similar to a the 5A but with a increased shaft thickness and length.

The Vic Grip coating is a anti-slip coating made from an eco-friendly, water-based urethane.  It provides comfortable slip-resistant grip and is specially formulated to be extremely durable and an ideal choice for players who prefer an enhanced grip on their drumsticks. Look for the red coating and put a stop to slippage!

The American Classic nylon tip models mirror their wood tip counterparts, so drummers can switch fro the richness of a wood tip to the brilliance of nylon without sacrificing feel and balance. And with Vic Firth's "tip locking" manufacturing process, they won't chip or fly off - guaranteed!The nylon tip is similar in size and shape to the 2B, providing enhanced performance and a feel closer to the original wood tip model. Nylon tips are the most durable and brightest sounding on cymbals. 

Length = 16 1/2" 

Diameter = .565"

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Percussion Source Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Peter D: It is a heavy stick, but the rubberized grip helps with my hands that tend to sweat while I am drumming. I drop my sticks a lot less often now. Jun 15, 2013
Giuseppe C: I never tried the grip coating Jan 31, 2013

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