Two New Drumsticks From SilverFox

SilverFox drumsticks, introduced two new stick models, the "Boston Basher" and the "Sweet Pea"

The Boston Basher debuted at the recent MESSE show in Frankfurt, Germany, to rave reviews from hard rock and heavy metal players. The olive-shaped wood tip and short tapered shoulder achieve maximum projection from snare drums of any construction and bring out a full-bodied tone from toms. At 16" long with a diameter of .620", this durable hickory stick effortlessly achieves heavy volumes on the club scene or in arena venues without feeling heavy in your hands. Derek Kerswill, drummer for Unearth and Kingdom of Sorrow, appreciates the SilverFox commitment to sound quality and durability, "I've been using SilverFox sticks for the last four years and they are HANDS DOWN, the best sticks out there! Bash 'em, thrash 'em, throw 'em in front of a truck...they'll hold up!"

The Sweet Pea also enjoyed a successful debut at the MESSE show in Frankfurt, Germany. At 15-3/4" long with a diameter of 0565", this dynamic hickory stick features a small ball tip for fast response on cymbals while producing a warm sound on snare. Created in response to jazz artists' requests for a stick with the feel of a 5A, yet capable of consistent cymbal articulation and projection, the Sweet Pea is the ideal choice for combo jazz in every setting.

For more information, visit their web site at www.silverfoxpercussion.com.

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