What’s up everybody? It’s your boy Tony Royster, Jr. And I’m here today to let you guys know I have a new and improved signature series stick coming out I’m extremely happy about this stick. I had a stick, years ago. Back then, I was a lot smaller. [ coughs ] Sorry. I was a lot smaller, you know, I didn’t really like playing with heavy sticks. Some of my favorite sticks back in the day we like the SD4 Combos when I first started playing and I wanted something similar to that. But you know as get older, I mean, I got stronger and I began to play harder Depending on the type of artist I was playing with, that played a major role. When I was playing with Jay Z, I used to love playing with the 5Bs because that’s nothing but hip-hop, pocket and just digging in. You know, and I’m playing fairly hard. That worked out until I moved on to play with, like other artists that required me to play either fusion or you know, pop, or you know, just to play more than hip hop. And then the 5B became just a little bit too heavy. I could do it, but you know playing a 2 hour show with 5Bs at a fast rate of speed, it becomes a problem at some point. For anybody to a certain degree. So I wanted to try to find, you know like I said, that perfect balance for me. I do still have my other Signature Series stick – just so you know. But, so I said, I wanted to have the option of being able to still have the power that comes with a stick and also the finesse. So basically what we did was pull the taper back just a little bit on the stick so I can still have rebound and still feel like I could get around the set without playing with two cinder blocks. At the same time, knowing that I can lay into the drums and I still have the leverage and still have the solidness of the stick without feeling like I’m going to break it, you know? And that’s the type of stick I was looking for. And this is what they came up with. A very versatile stick and I think everybody’s going to enjoy it. So check it out. (Ding… You should have, like, some sparkles or something). Like I said before, I’m very happy with the stick and hopefully you guys are too whenever you get a chance to purchase them and check them out yourselves. But yeah. The new Tony Royster, Jr. signature series stick, along with my old – where’s it at? Oh. My old sticks. So, these two. You’re definitely going make sure you have these two, okay? In your arsenal. Boom. I’ve been with Vic Firth forever. Basically as long as I’ve been playing the drums and just the quality of the sticks is amazing. Nothing short of amazing, actually. They always coming up with great products. Even other drummers, I tried out their sticks over the years and everybody has something special, you know, that I really enjoy about the stick. Whether it’s if I want to play jazz, you know, there’s drummer’s that have fantastic sticks that are durable, but still light and you know, you don’t feel the difference of, like, “weak wood” if you will. But yeah. As the years go on, they keep coming up with great products and think I’m going to stay with them forever.