Im guessing they are probably not durable at all, but i may have to go buy them because you are right, that is a hell of a deal.
Make sure you call first, I called all the guitar centers in my area and all of them are sold out. One thing worth mentioning is that they aren't marked there's pretty much just a bin of sticks, all different sizes and you match them yourself.Im guessing they are probably not durable at all, but i may have to go buy them because you are right, that is a hell of a deal.
I like the Sound Percussion sticks (GC store brand). I use plastic tips and they hold up very well, especially for the money.They have been doing this sort of promotion for years with various different types of sticks. The most current I have seen is the "Sound Percussion" ones. These sticks are not as bad as you would think though. They are in not very consistant but what can you ask for realy. The wood tips tend to fall apart very quickly but at $1 a pair who can complain.
I use these at band practice because I like to throw sticks to the audiance and dont like throwing $8 a pair sticks and dont want to throw out a pair of brand new sticks that I have never used.
Other than the wood tips falling apart I have never noticed any other big problems with them. Depending on playstyle and what you like it is most likely better to buy nicer sticks for day to day playing. Overall you will get better sticks and you can choose exactly what you like to use.
I've bought a few bundles of these on a whim. "Hey, it's a great deal, and if I get 3 good pairs out of it, I will have saved some cash..." Well, I've never gotten 3 good pairs out of all 20 sticks.Hey,
Guitar Center is having a sell for their 44th anniversary. One of the deals is 10 pairs of hickory sticks for $10.00.
I'm just wondering if anyone has tried these no-name sticks and if so, are they even half way decent? That's a helluva deal.