Vic Firth Steve Gadd Wire Brush - 2021 report by Whydis

Vic Firth Steve Gadd Wire Brush

With the SGWB Brushes Steve Gadd and Vic Firth have solved the age-old problem of wire brushes snagging on new coated drumheads by slightly angling the wires in the top 3/4" of the playing end. The wires glide across the head, allowing a smoother swe...

Reviews by Features

Quality

(3 reviews)
Sound

(2 reviews)
Design

(2 reviews)
Feel

(1 reviews)
Texture

(1 reviews)
Player

(1 reviews)
Tip angle work

(1 reviews)
Play angle

(1 reviews)
Steel wire

(1 reviews)
Yamaha rock

(1 reviews)
Drummer

(1 reviews)
Damage

(1 reviews)
Brush work

(1 reviews)

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Reviews around quality (5.00 of 5)

  • Quality product and I would recommend them to anyone who uses coated or non-coated heads drum heads and I will purchase them again when the time comes
  • The brushes are good quality, but the innovation is not for me, I'll stick with the straight ones.
  • A brilliant design and of top quality to matches Mr Gadd's world

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Reviews around sound (5.00 of 5)

  • But they do their job with an exceptionally crisp sound.
  • nice sound

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Reviews around design (5.00 of 5)

  • A brilliant design and of top quality to matches Mr Gadd's world
  • Design of the angle brush works really well on drum coated heads

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Reviews around feel (5.00 of 5)

  • Nice solid feel in the hands, a little tip heavy, taking some getting used to but certainly delivers the "swish" highlighted in the sales pitch.

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Reviews around texture (5.00 of 5)

  • I am strictly a conga and cajon player now, and I love the different sound textures I can get from these brushes

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Reviews around player (5.00 of 5)

  • I am strictly a conga and cajon player now, and I love the different sound textures I can get from these brushes

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Reviews around tip angle work (5.00 of 5)

  • For my use, the angled tips work perfectly given my different playing angles going from horizontal to vertical

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Reviews around play angle (5.00 of 5)

  • For my use, the angled tips work perfectly given my different playing angles going from horizontal to vertical

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Reviews around steel wire (5.00 of 5)

  • Even the steel wire feels like velvet

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Reviews around yamaha rock (5.00 of 5)

  • 51/2 x 14 with REMO Renaissance batter, and Yamaha Rock 61/2

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Reviews around drummer (5.00 of 5)

  • My drummer likes the plastic brushes better, but they don't hold up as well as these

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Reviews around damage (5.00 of 5)

  • Great product but Item arrived damaged...

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Reviews around brush work (5.00 of 5)

  • Design of the angle brush works really well on drum coated heads

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More about Vic Firth Steve Gadd Wire Brush

  • With the SGWB Brushes Steve Gadd and Vic Firth have solved the age-old problem of wire brushes snagging on new coated drumheads by slightly angling the wires in the top 3/4" of the playing end
  • The wires glide across the head, allowing a smoother sweep and a velvet swish sound
  • Vic Firth offers a variety of "brushes" designed to deliver a traditional sound or create bold new colors
  • Each model makes its own musical statement and provides the opportunity for an extensive range of effects.