Extra-long but perfectly balanced models for two of the most versatile drummers around.
With such a deep history in cymbal making that dates back hundreds of years, Zildjian still seems like a relative newcomer as a drumstick manufacturer. Yet the company’s first foray into the accessory market was back in 1988, when it opened a drumstick factory in Alabama. (Time flies when you’re having fun, right?)
When Zildjian acquired Vic Firth in 2010, many of us in the industry thought for certain that Z-branded sticks would be shelved indefinitely. But, alas, Zildjian Drumsticks lives on, boasting a well-curated catalog of unique models, such as the metallic-painted Chroma series, the enhanced-grip Dip series, and the shock-absorbing Anti-Vibe series, standard maple and hickory selections, and a diverse range of Artist series sticks designed in collaboration with top endorsing artists, including Travis Barker, Dennis Chambers, Dave Grohl, and Thomas Pridgen.