Te & Son Drumsticks at Drum Key
We are very excited to let you know that Drum Key its the sole distribute in the UK for Te & Son,, now with new exiting woods and materials, Te & Son former producers for great companies like The London Drumstick Co, and few more will be only available trough us in the UK, with customized and many other advantages from the manufactures, We are not middle man We are part of the company so we will be able to offer products quality and prices second to non, with a serious renewable and ecological commitment and top craftsmanship and durability.
Individual pairs up to 11 pairs at £10, (Blond, 7 a
Classic, Acorn tip.)
Private drummers, 12 pairs minimum at (£8.50), for any
material (Hickory gold, Blond) model (5 a, 5 b,
2 b, 7 a), length and tip end, see page for options.
Logo personalized orders, 30 pares at (£8.50), 50 pairs at (£8.00) 100 (£7.60), for any material (Hickory gold, Blond) model (5a, 5b, 2b, 7a), length and tip end, see page for options.
All private orders for individual drummers paid in advance, all shop orders paid on delivery, all orders cover by free delivery.
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An Introduction to Te&Son
(Fernando Colodron, grooving owner)
There are no other words to describe these sticks but as a top quality and long durability product, having plenty of experience with hickory and other woods, now the company wants to lunch this two new sustainable ecologically sourced wood sticks.
The response of the sticks its flexibility, durability plus its great wooden beauty, all materials ecologically minded and sustainable, finally due we are part of the company our competitive prices makes this product a total winner,for me the best stick ever in front of Pro Mark’s 7A Japanese oak sticks. They could only have been created by a drummer that knows what is needed.
I have been playing drums for over 33 years now, and I finally found what I have been looking for and once you have these sticks in your grip, you will recognize what I mean too, so do not be a square and give them a serious try on your snare (sorry !)