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Vic Firth Corpsmaster SRH Ralph Hardimon Wood Tip Marching Snare Sticks

Brand: Vic Firth


MSRP: $19.00

Item: #255804
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The Vic Firth SRH marching snare sticks aren’t the number one selling marching stick by accident. These sticks have a great feel that is not too heavy or too light which makes them easy to handle. Whether you are a seasoned marching veteran or picking up your first pair of marching sticks, the Hardimon’s are an excellent choice. -Adam

The Ralph Hardimon Signature Stick is one of the most widely used snare drum sticks in the modern marching activity.

The SRH features a unique barrel tip and a long taper for quick rebound and added control.


In hickory, available in wood or nylon tip. For a smaller version, check out the Ralphie Jr.'s


L = 17"  D = .710"





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Vic Firth Corpsmaster SRH Ralph Hardimon Wood Tip Marching Sticks
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Luis A: Its exactly what I needed for Winterline, cannot wait till I get these sticks. Dec 19, 2012
Francella C: cause my son likes them and wanted them for christmas Dec 8, 2012
Ron R: These sticks are simply the best drum corps sticks I've played with...been playing since 1981. Nov 23, 2012
Arturo R: great sticks for ruimental solos and marching etudes... Nov 13, 2012
Stacey V: That is what our school drumline uses Oct 18, 2012
Jacky G: need to play drums Oct 15, 2012
Austin J: Great Sticks!!! Oct 8, 2012
Michelle S: used in our Marching Band ....my son loves them Aug 26, 2012
Michelle S: as a snare player my son uses these on the field and off...great price...great buy...great product Aug 26, 2012
Kimberly W: It's the best Jul 29, 2012
Torey B: my favorite type of marching stick Feb 27, 2012
A shopper asked: is this a pair ? Jun 5, 2012
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Adam BStaff: Yes, these sticks are sold in a pair. Jun 5, 2012
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