VATER VBM Monster Brush

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Drumstick

  • Monster Brush
  • With approx. 170 polymer fibres and a diameter of approx. 27 mm, the Monster Brush is the slightly quieter variant of the Cajon Brush
  • Like the father Cajon Brush, the Monster Brush can also be adjusted with rubber rings, so that all sound possibilities can be fully explored
  • 1 Pair
available since July 2011
Item number 267892
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Material Plastic
One Stick is made up of: 170
Movable Rings Yes
33 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 4.10. and Wednesday, 5.10.
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Comfortable, Flexible and Fun
Edward5103 28.12.2014
I bought these brushes to use with my Cajon, as the brushes are made from nylon and don't damage the plywood surface of the Cajon.

Construction:
They have a rubber coated handle that is large, comfortable to grip and pleasant to hold. The striking part of the brush has nylon bristles that are thick but flexible and seem very strong. I don't have any worries and they look like they'll last a long time.

Flexibility and sound:
I love these because they're flexible. They have two rubber rings surrounding the nylon bristles. The rubber rings can be moved low down near the handle, allowing you to get a 'swish' type sound. If you move the rubber rings higher up, they push the nylon bristles closer together and allow you to get a solid stick sound.
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I love these.
Bob C. 02.07.2021
Fabulous quite thick brush sound. Also ideal for quiet practice.
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Fantastic
MusicManThomann 09.08.2017
I use these to play my Cajon and they sound fantastic!
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Big Fun
Anonymous 08.01.2017
The name Monster is appropriate, they are very thick and comfortable to hold.

Played around the drums they have a rods-like feel.
Move down the rubber rings to get a softer 'mega-brush' sound.
I like the fact that you can adjust the rubber rings to change sound and response.

They are flexible and seem very durable.
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