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P-STX - Percussion Stick

P-STX - Percussion Stick

SKU:PST-H10-260

Regular price $19.99 USD
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The Native Tongue Percussion P-STX are a breakthrough for hand drummers enabling them to incorporate both a stick and their hand together to produce a multitude of sound effects from the drum. The PSK-H10-260 is especially well suited (but not limited) for playing djembe and other African style drums.

P-STX Features:

· Open a multitude of voicings with creative P-STX play.

· P-STX stays in your hand for combined stick and hand play in one or both hands.

· Create a hand drum kit by adding peripheral stick play blocks, bells, cymbals, etc.

· Includes pull out rubber O-ring for a warmer attack on drumhead.

· Thick foam rubber sleeve for comfortable play

· Optional wrist straps included with adjustable grip location

· PSK-H10-260 is not limited to, but especially suited for djembe and other African style drums

 

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The P-STX percussion stick is designed to stay in your hand enabling you to continuously play a hand drum alone or along with auxiliary percussion instruments without having to pick up and lay the stick back down. The stick body has a thick foam rubber sleeve that has a density suitable to

incorporate with hand play striking. The top of the stick is an extended wood rod with an optional pull-out rubber grommet to produce a warmer tone. The stick body, wood rod extension, and tip can be used to create a multitude of sound variations on the drum. It can be held in various positions in your hand to strike the drum with the stick body, the rod shaft, the rubber grommet, the tip, or striking the drum with both the stick body and your hand while the stick is positioned horizontally to the drumhead. The position of your hand on the stick along with the amount of hand contact incorporated into the strike will produce various sounds from the drum. Using the upper rod section to strike the drum produces many sound affects by using the tip with or without the pull-out rubber grommet to strike the drumhead or using the shaft of the wood rod on and around the rim of the drum to create a cross stick and/or rimshot affect.