Description: Finally keep your pairs of drumsticks better organized and easier to find with these Drum Stick Matchers! These innovative drumstick accessories slip over each pair of drumsticks to make sure they are always together for easy retrieval from your bag. Learn
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Drum Bum, Inc. is a leader in Music Gifts. Starting with primarily drummer gifts in 1999, they later expanded into gifts and gift ideas for all musicians whether it be guitar players, piano players, violin players or any musical instrument. Drum Bum is known for its massive free drum lessons network and owns quite a bit of drums related web property including sites like Drumming.com, DrumRudiments.com, DrumTips.com, DrumChat.com and numerous others. They also own music-specific websites that hone in on a specific instrument like GuitarGifts.com, PianoStuff.com and BassFace.com At the end of the day, their bottom line is music gifts. Search their store and you'll find unique music and musician related products that you never knew existed!
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Every drummer likes a gift that ties into their passion. These drum stick matchers are an example of a product that would make an ideal gift for the drummer in your life. If percussion is their thing, you need a gift idea that will make a good impression. You could give them the standard drummer accessory but it might not be unique enough. A more unique gift idea would be these awesome stick matchers from Drum Bum.
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A drummer is a type of musician who plays drums, which can be in the form of a drum set, hand drum or other type of percussion instrument. Drums are one of the oldest musical instruments known to man and have been used for several other uses (such as sending messages or signaling the start of military battles) beyond just making music. Drummers create a percussive sound by striking drums with their hands, sticks or mallets. Most modern music performances have a drummer present from rock bands to marching bands to orchestras, with drumset being the most popular. Since one of their main duties is to keep the time of the music, the drummer’s involvement in a musical piece is often integral to its success.