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Choosing your drumstick

The characteristics that you should evaluate when buying drumsticks are:  Quality of Wood: Opt for solid Woods with good resistance.  Quality drumsticks should: have well-distributed density; be free of knots, holes, and cracks; not be wet or warped; not have any other imperfections that may compromise  their use or durability.  Wood Fibers: Fibers should be ...

About our woods

You choose the wood.  Success chooses you. Liverpool makes the best drumsticks in Brazil and uses only the finest raw materials. Get to know our noble and exotic woods and their special characteristics. American Hickory Flexible and high-impact resistant, hickory is the preferred wood of most drummers.  This wood is also considered by the majority of ...

How to make your drumstick last

Any drumstick, as good as it may be, has a lifespan according to the time of use and the way it is used.  However, accidents do happen!  Here are a few tips to help you avoid them: 1- When you get your drumsticks, check them over to make sure they do not have any cracks ...

Drumstick story

Before 1950’s, there were not companies specialized in the production of drumsticks.  Manufacturers of drums and other percussion instruments used to produce and sell their own sticks.  Also, there were not all the models we have in the market nowadays and also the sticks were named according to their application. Since that time, the three ...

Drumstick Anatomy

  Butt (Grip):  The butt – let’s call it the grip – is the place where you hold the drumstick measuring approximately 130mm (5”).  Liverpool carries various models with rubberized paint allowing for a more secure grip.  A good stick is rounded at the end for a comfortable grip in the palm of the hands.  ...

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