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Millenium 7A Drum Sticks Maple -Wood-



  • Thickness: 7A
  • Material: Maple
  • With wooden tips
  • Price for pair
Available since September 2000
Item number 144009
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Material Maple
Incl. Nylon Head No
Tip Oval
Length in mm 393 mm
Handle Diameter in mm 14,0 mm
Weight in g 37,5 g
2,22 €
Including VAT; Excluding 5,90 € shipping
Quantity Discounts
Price each You save Quantity
2,22 € 1
1,89 € 14,9% 10
1,75 € 21,2% 50
1,65 € 25,7% 100
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Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 17.07. and Thursday, 18.07.

1812 Customer ratings

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619 Reviews

If you're not happy with these...
cutedaddy 26.07.2017're really hard to please!

When buying five pairs, at the price i usually pay for a single pair, you won't hear me complain. Especially when they are well matched and well balanced, which these indeed are.

Wooden sticks run out fast, so i'm happy w/this affordable alternative for top quality sticks at over 15,= a pair. These are perfect for practice, for beginners, for drummers that play so hard they use up a lot of pairs, etc.

Even for advanced drummers (i've been playing for almost 40yrs now) i don't think there's a lot to complain about. A bit longer perhaps? They sound a little less crisp on cymbals than VF or other more expensive sticks, probably due to the fact this would is a bit softer, which means they'll also last a little shorter. But if you're wise you'll be playing with hearing protection, so soundwise it doesn't really matter unless you have a gig.

Price is totally unbeatable, definitely recommended!


Great value sticks
G-Evans 28.04.2018
after paying the several times this price for other brands of sticks i'm glad i yet again found thomann does an alternative thats as good but at a far lower cost.

So far had none break, (i dont hit perticularly hard but i've broken sticks in the past) they chip out when playing them like an idiot on the hi hat as i some times do, just as any drum stick does but for this price i can make some cheap sawdust out of these and not have to worry about it so much. I've used other cheap drum sticks in the past that proke, tips break off, tispa nd parts of the shaft break off. Shafts crack. So far none of these have done the same.

Would recomend them.


Anonymous 10.07.2015
I purchased three sets of these sticks at the time. The night I got them I used them for a gig. I came home with one in tacked. I am in no means a heavy hitter, although I wouldn't necessarily be a light hitter either. I was extremely disappointed that they didn't at least last a month or a few!

They are very light sticks, as many drummers would know, as they are 7A's. That and them being of poor quality are my suggestions why they were so fragile. I know I won't be buying them again. I also would be sceptical with Millennium branded products, as it isn't the first time something has broke on the first day I have got of theirs.

To sum up, you are not getting value for money. If you do get them, don't be surprised if they don't last you long.


Unbelievably cheap
Madman 08.11.2017
When you see a pair of sticks this cheap, I mean, you gotta try them!!

I was expecting the worst quality there is, and the truth is, I'm somewhat surprised they aren't worst.
Been playing them, for a couple of weeks now on rehearsals and (being a "light drummer" as I am) I can say they are still one piece and only have a few dents, which to me is surprising.

Soundwise, well, I would record with them, it's just not the same as a pair of Vic Firths. They sound cheap...

But for rehearsals, they do the job.