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  1. Registered User

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    Default Info on older Sticks

    Hey all.

    I'm hoping someone here can help me. A friend of mine gave me some sticks from his father. He passed away last year and thought I would enjoy the sticks. There are a couple of pairs of Cooperman's although I can't match the stick to anything they sell now. I'm guessing they are from the 70-80's (Cooperman 22P Parley).

    The sticks I need help with look to be hand finished maple. They have a set of 2 rings around the entire stick at the butt end with the name "J. Carter" then three more rings further up the shaft.



    Does anyone know anything about these or know someone who might?

    Thank you!

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    Cooperman sticks are usually made from persimmon wood which looks like one pictured or rosewood a reddish colour much heavier stick. They offer stick in either wood. Hope this helps.

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    Definetly Coopermans I found the Connecticut Drummer and Parley the best ones to use .

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