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Luke Holland Signature Drumsticks from Meinl Stick and Brush

Luke Holland Signature drumsticks Meinl Stick and Brush

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Luke Holland has gone from being a YouTube drumming child prodigy to a professional drummer known globally. Surprisingly he didn’t have his signature drumsticks yet. Luckily, Meinl Stick and Brush has come to the rescue and has created the Luke Holland Signature Stick.

About the Luke Holland Signature Sticks

Luke Holland is a very diverse drummer that transcends genres. From his work with Jason Richardson (fast and technical metal) to RÜFÜS DU SOL (dance) and everything, you can imagine between you need a versatile stick. 

This is where the Luke Holland Signature stick came from. 

It is designed to be used for a wide range of applications. A taper and length that gives a great balance of both speed and power, a ball tip for clarity on both cymbals and drums as well as a thick shoulder for enhanced durability.

As someone who needs a fluent combination of power & finesse, I am very proud of this stick & what it allows me to accomplish behind the kit.

Luke Holland

What size are the Luke Holland Signature Drumsticks?

The Luke Holland signature stick has a diameter that sits between a 5A and a 5B, a length of just over 16″ with a short taper and a ball tip. 

Luke Holland Signature Drumsticks
Credit – Meinl Stick and Brush

Full Specs

  • Material – American Hickory
  • Tip – Round
  • Size – 41.1 cm (16.2″)
  • Diameter – 14.7 mm (0.58″)
  • Taper Length – Short
  • Weight – Medium

Where can I buy Luke Holland signature sticks?

Luckily Luke is a popular drummer and his sticks can be picked up from a range of online drum stores.

We recommend checking out either of the following.


Our thoughts

Luke Holland is a very accomplished drummer with a clear need for a versatile stick. Combine this with the product excellence of Meinl and you should have a great pair of sticks.

If you have tried 5A’s and 5B’s but neither of them feels quite right we suggest giving these a try. 

Have you given these drumsticks a try? Let us know what you think in the comments.

The author

I’ve been playing the drums for over 15 years and I still love them! I am mostly a metal drummer but I am currently working on groove and applying rudiments to the kit!

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