Promark Scott Johnson Sticks
Percussion instructor and shop owner Herb Brochestein founded Promark back in 1957, in Houston, Texas where it's still based today! Since it's first years, Promark has became a widely known stick company, being the first company to introduce Japanese Shira-Kashi white oak into the American market, successfully becoming the only company to market oak sticks in the United States, and, in 2011, they became part of D'Addario. More recently, they have chosen to use non-endangered wood and a "green" finishing process, this makes their sticks and manufacturing process safer to each of their players and to the environment!
The Promark American Hickory Scott Johnson Marching Drumsticks are marching snare sticks that feature a rubber, butt shaped tip and lacquer finished hickory shaft. The unique rubber tip makes these sticks super dynamic, not only are they able to achieve a muted yet articulate sound, they are also perfect practice sticks! The rubber tip allows the drumsticks to be a combination of a practice pad and drumstick. Hickory isn't the most popular wood choice for no reason, it produces amazing resilience, responsiveness, durability and classic feel.
"The tools that D’Addario gives us pay off time and time again for the success of the Blue Devils." - The Blue Devils are built to compete.
- Rubber butt shaped tip
- Lacquer finished
- Marching snare
- Practice sticks
- Practice pad and drumstick in one
- Articulate muted sound
- Resilient, responsive, durable
- Length: 17"
- Width: 1.5"
All Promark drumsticks are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA at our Texas facility to the most stringent quality controls in the industry.