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Surdo - alfaia stick, small head - Durastick

Surdo - alfaia stick, small head - Durastick

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0,13 kg

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Attention: Packaging unit is piece (not pair)!
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Hardwood stick for Maracatú on hide heads - Classical Maracatu stick which as a matter of... more

Surdo - alfaia stick, small head - Durastick

item number: A707006
style: Maracatu
suitable for: Alfaia
diametre head: 24 mm
total length: 34 cm
packing unit: piece
weight (net): 0,13 kg

Hardwood stick for Maracatú on hide heads

- Classical Maracatu stick which as a matter of taste you can either use as baqueta or as bacalhão.

- good weight and balance
- solid hard wood
- comfortable handling

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Customer reviews for "Surdo - alfaia stick, small head"

28 Jan 2020
A bit heavy.

Its just a bit heavy for its purpose. I sanded it down & its much better,

Answer by Kalango

thank you for your feedback; Maracatu beaters are meant to be heavy-built in order to produce the authentic 'trovão' on the thick hide heads of Maracatu drums. For better orientation on weight and sizes, please also see our product specifications which help in advance to find a product for your needs and which you feel comfortable with. If you have any questions or doubts on products, feel free to always contact us!

20 Dec 2017

Best Buy I've ever done Service courtesy and amazing products, above expectations

18 Dec 2017

Produkt wie beschrieben, einfach gut.

30 Mar 2017

parfait le produit correspond à ce qu'il me fallait

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Under the trademark DURASTICK we produce specially designed sticks, synthetic beaters... more



Under the trademark DURASTICK we produce specially designed sticks, synthetic beaters of all kinds and surdo beaters for sambistas, maracatuzeiros and aficionados of Samba Reggae.

We put particular importance on the suitable sizes and shapes for the respective music style as well as great durability and a good price-performance ratio.

  • DURASTICK offers surdo beaters in many colors, with different degrees of hardness and with aluminium or wooden grips.
  • There are elastic repinique sticks in many different lengths and a wide range sortiment of caixa and repinique sticks from different kinds of wood.
  • Tamborim beaters are our speciality!
  • A big variety of different models makes it easy for every sambista to find the perfect beater for his individual playing style.


Wood types used:

  • On the caixa and the repinique many of the played beats are rimshots. In order to produce sticks for these extreme demands, DURASTICKS are mainly made of American Hickory. This type of wood is extraordinary resistant and does not frazzle a lot.

  • For those who prefer heavier sticks, we offer sticks made of Hornbeam. This wood is also especially hard and has therefore a very defined and light sound when used for playing rimshots. Due to its hard surface,  it wears out quicker.

Sambistas sometimes have very particular preferences refering to their sticks. The DURASTICK assortment Durastick-Sortiment is constantly being developed and extended in order to accomplish all wishes and needs.

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