R stick Habr wood is popular for its dynamic, agile response and better control of the drumsticks.
White color and perfect velvet feel . When playing the cymbals can emphasize mainly low and high tones, while giving a distinctive ringing sound. It is characterized by considerable homogeneity of wood, strength, relatively good rigidity, less dynamic absorbs shocks. Habr wood is lighter by 8 - 10 percent than hickory. Hornbeam is a very hard timber, hence the name iron-wood. Hornbeam is also rarely used for general carpentry because of the difficulty of working it. Its hardness means it has been used for carving boards, tool handles, coach wheels, piano actions - places a very tough wood is required. In fact the timber is so hard it's been used as gear pegs in simple machines, including traditional windmills. It is sometimes coppiced to provide hardwood poles, and also used in parquet flooring.
Hickory wood is very hard, stiff, dense and shock resistant. There are woods that are stronger than hickory and woods that are harder, but the combination of strength, toughness, hardness , resilient and stiffness found in hickory wood is not found in any other commercial wood . It is used for wood tools and drumsticks . American white hickory is the final best hardwood tree suitable for producing drumsticks. Hickory belonging to a section of the walnut family is a canopy tree that is prevalent in eastern North America, although other species of hickory have been known to exist in Europe, Africa and Asia. The hickory tree produces a dense, strong and shock-resistant wood that is commonly used to make tool handles, furniture, and decorative architectural elements