I'm not a professional drummer so I can't make any comment on how well they stand up to a 12 hour paradiddling session but I can say this - they're basic, nylon-tipped drumsticks that outlasted the stock pair of wooden ones that came with my electric kit.
As a three component bit of kit (plastic, glue, wood) there's very little to say about these sticks apart from the fact that they're very good value - I'm an amateur so I can't really see the difference between these and a pair of sturdy Vic Firths hewn from a mighty, ancient oak tree tipped with age-depositioned Jesus tears.
I've always found Thomann's Millenium branded gear to be of decent quality without hitting me too hard in the pocket and these are no exception. If I had the inclination or space to play drums again I would probably buy another set of these (that is assuming I couldn't find and dig out my original pair).
these drumsticks are ok for rehearsal, and ok (i guess) for not so serious gigs. balance is not quite right, and the weight of each stick is not the same, so they are not paired. but in the end of the day, what would you expect for 2 euros? so, there is not much to talk about. you get what you paid for, and maybe more, but for 2-3 euros more, you can get a real deal.
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