“The Song Remains The Same”
Due to its well known properties, Hickory is still the most commonly used wood material in the field of drumstick production. Despite of all the Hickory species are not beeing suitable for making excellent drumsticks, we select the best materials to make sure you always hold quality in your hands and touch a smooth lacquered silky surface. Choose this wood if you like the traditional attributions of your Crann drumsticks. Hickory has medium weight on the Crann wood palette.
“Fear of the dark”
Dark and strong. Bubinga gives a new feeling of playing. Choose this wood if you wish to use a heavier drumstick than Hickory with the same hardness. Thanks to its wood structure, it gives well-balanced, equiponderant and super straight drumsticks. On average Bubinga sticks are 10–15% heavier than Hickory ones. Bubinga is the heaviest on the Crann wood palette.
“Easy Like a Sunday Morning”
Love it or hate it... This is always the case with maple drumsticks but one thing is sure: It has unique attributions to bring the wood material to the field of drumstick production. It is light but strong, it has straight grain structure and it is soft enough to handle it for children. Choose this wood if you like light drumsticks, play low volume or if you are a young student. Maple is the lightest wood material on the Crann wood palette.