The Best in Custom Sticks!

Full 360° Print Capability – This is our most popular program. We use a state of the art, patent-pending printing process that allows the ink to soak into the grain of the drumsticks, creating an impressive adhesion process and allowing for brilliant, full color graphics.

Custom Sticks for Bands

Simple or Complex – While we have the capability to print all the way around the stick with this program, we also fill orders where the client wants full color but only wants the logo. The below example is from a corporate client and one of our favorites. It lays on the stick nicely and looks great all by itself.

Custom Sticks by Drum Bum

Recent Custom Orders from National Artists – We love helping small bands and businesses with custom drumsticks but are always honored to also serve the big guys. Below are some sticks we did in 2022 for major recording artists, (Ryan) Upchurch, Charlotte Sands, and UnSpoken.

UnSpoken Custom Sticks

School Pride Drumsticks – We’ve helped several school bands through the years with custom music merchandise. Custom drumsticks are another option for them. They’ll either use the sticks to sell in the school store or as a fundraiser to help raise money for the marching band. It’s fun for the students who also like to help customize the design for the sticks.

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Phone: 1 800 DRUM BUM (378-6286)

Some of our Favorite Custom Drumstick Designs

Modern Age Employment Law– Often we fall in love with our client’s logos. We just love the way this looks on the sticks. Sometimes simplicity makes a bigger impact than busy.

Moody Center – We were flattered that Austin’s new, world-class arena chose us to print their custom sticks. This design is one of a number of orders that we’ve helped them with. We so appreciate their trust in us.

Recycled Percussion – World renowned percussion group, Recycled Percussion reached out to us for help with their own custom drumsticks. This is one of many orders we’ve done for them. / Bam! – We love this artwork!

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