THE TRUAXIS DRUMSTICK LINEUP
IT JUST MAKES SENSE!


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TRUAXIS 7A HICKORY

NYLON TIP  LENGTH 15.5"   DIAMETER 0.54"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS 7A HICKORY

OVAL TIP LENGTH 15.5" DIAMETER 0.54"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS 7A MAPLE

OVAL TIP LENGTH 15.5" DIAMETER 0.54"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS JAZZ MAPLE

ROUND TIP  LENGTH 16"   DIAMETER 0.56"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS 5A HICKORY

NYLON TIP LENGTH 16" DIAMETER 0.56"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS 5A HICKORY

OVAL TIP LENGTH 16" DIAMETER 0.56"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS 2B HICKORY

TEAR DROP TIP  LENGTH 16"   DIAMETER 0.61"

$14.99

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TRUAXIS ROCK MAPLE

BARREL TIP LENGTH 16" DIAMETER 0.63"

$14.99

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THE SCIENCE BEHIND OUR STICKS


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How Drumsticks Works

All Rotating objects try to rotate around its Center of Gravity. The Drumstick is no exception. The stick is rotated through grip to turn down to strike the drum. Upon striking the drum, the stick wants to rotate center of gravity the stick will what to rotate at its center of gravity. This gives us 2 different axis of rotations. Result is a "Wobble" A unbalanced tire on a car, wobbles off balance. The stick fights you. Limiting speed and control. Balance each stick. We begin by drilling a hole in end a drumstick. Then define the Existing Center of Gravity (CG) of the drumstick. (Wood CG in Unstable) Then we re-establish a new CG, This new balance point allows the stick much improved performance.

 

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Behind the Stick

Until the TRU AXIS drumstick, drumsticks have been pretty much the same mechanically. Prior innovations included different woods, materials, lamination, nylon tips, different lengths,diameters, tapers and bead shapes, etc. However, none of these variations of design and construction addressed the mechanics of how the drumstick interacts with the drummer's hand and arm to achieve maximum synergistic performance. Without balance, we have rotational conflict — especially wobble: The faster one plays, the more an off-balanced stick works against the drummer, thus limiting speed, control, and power and increasing fatigue.

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TRU AXIS STICKS REVIEW

Matt Middleton Not So Modern Drummer Magazine

More often than not, the point at which drummers grip their sticks is not the same as the stick's natural balance point, causing diminished rebound and loss of efficiency. TRU AXIS sticks solve this problem by altering the stick itself using a counterweight inside the butt of the stick. For our review we received 5A and 5B wood tip sticks.
Aside from the counterweight, the sticks themselves were clearly top quality wood. They passed the roll test with ease and a quick weigh in revealed the sticks in both pairs to be less than a gram apart in weight. The wood had a nice tight grain and a smooth even finish that felt comfortable in the hands and not too slippery or gummy from too much lacquer. The sticks are similar in length and shape to many 5A and 5B sticks on the market, giving the stick a familiar feel.

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