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The 550W is a fixed handle (meaning the brushes don't move) with a thin, lacquered wooden handle (think of our Combo series for size comparison). With a thin handle and aluminum wire binding, the brush stays light yet still balanced. When you combine that with the brush's wide spread, you get a quality, light sounding brush that produces a nice cymbal...
Wanna get your hands on a sweet pair of Regal Tip brushes, but your funds are running low? Look no further than the Yellow Jackets. Using cost saving construction techniques like making the handle out of multiple pieces versus one solid form-fitting piece, and using santoprene instead of gum rubber for the handle itself, we have lessened the cost of the...
The thinnest and longest of our nylon bristle brushes, this fixed brush provides a lot of attack, articulation and volume with a great feeling lacquered hickory handle. Your may have to move your drums back to make room for these bad boys.
The much larger sibling to the 550W, the 551WXL wears the "XL" moniker with pride. Sporting a lacquered hickory handle that's as big as our Rock series and a rubber coated wire binder, the 551WXL touts a decent amount of weight. This brush adds a lot more attack and volume over the 550W, and even though the balance point is farther back on the brush, it...
The thinnest of all brushes we offer, the 561A offers the lightest sound of our retractable brushes. Offering an aluminum handle, and a tighter spread versus our fixed brushes, the 561A produces an articulate attack that stays on the lighter side of things. Plus, the aluminum handle looks pretty sleek!
The Whiskers offer a lighter, more subdued articulation than the other fixed bristle brushes. Sporting a clear vinyl covered aluminum handle, this sleek looking brush plays as well as it looks. The large handle offers superior control for gigs requiring a more controlled and articulate play-style.
If you're looking for a heavy, yet easy to handle brush with plenty of attack and articulation, then you've come to the right place. The Fat Cat's makes it a great choice for high volume playing/environments, while the santoprene handle offers the player a large amount of control over dynamics and articulation.
The classic 583R with its flexible light gauge wire (.013) combined with its weighted 100% gum rubber handle and signature adjustable spread, results in a rich full wash but clear articulation when needed. This brush is the gold standard for the industry.
The Jeff Hamilton signature brush has our thickest gauge wire (.019) to date. This brush gives the player a bright, proud wash and articulation for snare and cymbal playing that will carry through even the largest of big band settings. The Thicker Gauge wire combined with its weighted Santoprene rubber handle and signature adjustable spread gives the...
“The Sutter” has a medium gauge wire (.016) resulting in a more articulate wash for snare drum playing. Its thicker gauge wire is less flexible than the classic 583 and allows clearer articulation when playing rim shots and backbeats. The Jason Sutter brush is great for any style of music from Jazz, Country, R&B, and rock.
A fantastic brush player needs a fantastic brush. Enter the Clayton Cameron Signature brush. This fixed brush offers a santoprene rubber handle for grip, a nylon end-cap for cross-sticking, and a riveted butt end for cymbal scrapes. Not to mention that is has fantastic balance and feel. This brush is almost as innovative as Clayton himself.
For a legendary jazz drummer, an equally legendary brush had to be created. Our Ed Thigpen signature brush is a hybrid wood/rubber retractable brush. This brush features a tactile rubber front half and a lacquered hickory back half. The tactile rubber offers a comfortable and sure grip perfect for doing cross-sticks with the hickory back-end. Also, if...