Vater Signatures STEWART COPELAND Standard Limited Edition
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Vater Signatures STEWART COPELAND Standard Limited Edition : l'avis de BGugino

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Avis Global 10/10

J'avais été en utilisant des bâtons Vic Firth pour le plus long temps avant que je suis tombé sur le Vater marque. Par curiosité, j'ai acheté une paire, plus tard pour savoir qu'ils étaient le modèle Stuart Copeland. Comme chaque autre pièce d'équipement que j'aie jamais utilisé, ce qui a de bonnes qualités, et aussi les mauvaises.

D'emblée, la chose qui m'a d'abord attiré à ces bâtons était l'aspect d'eux. Vater ne choisit que les meilleurs morceaux de bois pour leurs bâtons, alors vous êtes ne va pas avoir de taches bizarres de la décoloration de la baguette, ce qui est bon pour l'aspect visuel d'entre eux. Mais à la lecture. Juste après les tirant directement hors de la manche, je les tape sur un coussin dans le magasin, et a remarqué qu'ils étaient pas adapté, ce qui est bon quand il s'agit de jouer quelque chose sur le même tambour ni rien rudimentaire, parce que vous êtes va pour obtenir le même son exacte de chaque bâton. Après j'ai acheté ces bâtons, je suis rentré et les ont emmenés directement à des pads. J'ai remarqué que je suis très bonne réponse et la tonalité de la colle. Aussi, mes coups doubles étaient très homogène. Après je les ai pris à l'ensemble, je suis tombé en amour. Havent utilisé toute bâtons d'autres depuis.

Une petite chose à propos de ces mauvaises paire de bâtons n'était pas seulement l'usure des têtes et des arbres, mais le fait que si vous jouez fort, et la sueur, le bois va absorber cela et tourner le bout du bâton dans une plus douce, plus sujettes à la fissuration du bois de type. Mais ne vous laissez pas détourner de ces bâtons, sa va être très très difficile de trouver des bâtons qui ne le faisiez cela.

Globalement, je recommanderais ces bâtons à personne. Theyre grande qualité sonore, ont une réponse beaucoup, sont très regardant, et proviennent de l'un des meilleurs batteurs autour, Stuart Copeland.

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I had been using Vic Firth sticks for the longest time before I stumbled across the brand “Vater”. Out of curiosity, I purchased a pair; later to find out that they were the Stuart Copeland model. Like every other piece of equipment I’ve ever used, this has some good qualities, and also bad ones.

Right off the bat, the thing that first attracted me to these sticks was the look of them. Vater chooses only the best pieces of wood for their sticks, so you’re not going to have any weird blotches of discoloration in the stick, which is good for the visual aspect of them. But on to the playing. Right after pulling them directly out of the sleeve, I tapped them on a pad in the store, and noticed that they were pitch matched; which is good when it comes to playing anything on the same drum or anything rudimental, because you’re going to get the same exact sound out of each stick. After I purchased these sticks, I got home and took them directly to the pads. I noticed that I got very good response and tonality out of the sticks. Also, my double strokes were very even. After I took them to the set, I fell in love. Haven’t used any other sticks ever since.

One little bad thing about these pair of sticks was not only the wear and tear of the heads and shafts, but the fact that if you play hard, and sweat, the wood will absorb this and turn the end of the stick into a softer, more prone to cracking type wood. But don’t let this turn you away from these sticks; it’s going to be very VERY hard to find sticks that don’t do this.

Overall I would recommend these sticks to anybody. They’re great sounding, have great response, are great looking, and come from one of the best drummers around, Stuart Copeland.
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Overall Opinion 10/10

I had been using Vic Firth sticks for the longest time before I stumbled across the brand “Vater”. Out of curiosity, I purchased a pair; later to find out that they were the Stuart Copeland model. Like every other piece of equipment I’ve ever used, this has some good qualities, and also bad ones.

Right off the bat, the thing that first attracted me to these sticks was the look of them. Vater chooses only the best pieces of wood for their sticks, so you’re not going to have any weird blotches of discoloration in the stick, which is good for the visual aspect of them. But on to the playing. Right after pulling them directly out of the sleeve, I tapped them on a pad in the store, and noticed that they were pitch matched; which is good when it comes to playing anything on the same drum or anything rudimental, because you’re going to get the same exact sound out of each stick. After I purchased these sticks, I got home and took them directly to the pads. I noticed that I got very good response and tonality out of the sticks. Also, my double strokes were very even. After I took them to the set, I fell in love. Haven’t used any other sticks ever since.

One little bad thing about these pair of sticks was not only the wear and tear of the heads and shafts, but the fact that if you play hard, and sweat, the wood will absorb this and turn the end of the stick into a softer, more prone to cracking type wood. But don’t let this turn you away from these sticks; it’s going to be very VERY hard to find sticks that don’t do this.

Overall I would recommend these sticks to anybody. They’re great sounding, have great response, are great looking, and come from one of the best drummers around, Stuart Copeland.