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John Dolmayan (SDOL) Signature Series Drumsticks

John Dolmayan (SDOL) Signature Series Drumsticks

Price: 12.00 (14.91)

Product Description

Vic Firth John Dolmayan (SDOL) Signature sticks are the models used by the endorsee. They are made to their own exacting standards.

A 55A shaft with a barrel tip for a beefy stick that's easy to play. Designed for comfort, balance, durability and speed.
L = 16", Dia. = .585"

Each Vic Firth Signature Series model was conceived through extensive research with the finest drummers from a variety of musical styles. The designs reflect their musical requirements in terms of balance, feel, sound projection and cymbal colour. All coloured sticks feature a clear, natural tip. All sticks are hickory unless otherwise noted.


Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

  • Author: Fabiana
    Hi Lisa, love the web site thus far, thank you! I am 51 years old, and have been playing on and off since I was 11 years old. As a kid I took lnseoss for a couple of years, learned how to read music but wasn't satisfied as I wanted to play the songs that were on the radio. I learned how to play chords, would buy books from my favorite bands/musicians like America, Neil Young, the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkle etc and I would sing. For many years my guitars were my best friend as I traveled the world while in the Military. I lost interest for probably 10 years or so when I got out and have now re-gained a passion to play. I sold my old Gibson ES 330 a couple of years ago and bought a Fender Amercian Strat, I still have my 1970 s Takamine acoustic and most recently bought my new baby (Taylor 814CE) which I absolutely love. Of course now my passion to play is different. I no longer want to play just chords and sing. With my Strat I wanted to get into the blues. I learned the Minor Pentatonic scales and some licks but seem to be in what you would call Pentatonic jail. I feel stagnant. Having my new Taylor I want desparately to learn finger style. I have picked up some stuff on You Tube ie. Travis picking, some Stephan Grossman blues stuff but I want to play special music. Honestly I want to play for God. How should I practice? What should I practice? How do I learn? Do I continue to pick up licks on line or should I find a song to learn? Are there any video's or books that you would recommend? I do love the way you play and sing, and I value your input. God is always good, Joe
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