5A sticks way too big

5A sticks way too big
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#21

it works with 7A 5vic Firth)
not on 5A…


#22

Really? I have them here , too and found it nearly impossible to ‘slide’ the sensors on the stick. Did you need a lot of force to put them on? I finally didn’t dare to push them too harsh :slight_smile:


#23

Neamh I used a lot of force. I do a lot of martial arts and have been told by instructors my hands are unusually strong too. I’ve emailed support but also here attached a pic of the broken bodywork from twisting a 5A sized stick. My sensors are now sitting on 7A Vic Firths but I really had to twist and shove them on too.


#24

Hello Neil,
Our customer service department has normally contacted you.
Jérôme


#25

Merci Jérôme yes they have :+1:


#26

Mmh, the sensors are fitting on my VIC FIRTH 5A.
Ok, I think not everybody will get them on, it was a combination of hard power-pushing and spinning and I was also very afraid of breaking the sensors but for luck they fitted on at least.


#27

Pareil pour moi, sur 5 paires de baguettes différentes, impossible de faire passer le capteur sans risquer de l’endommager. Je vais me racheter une paire de baguettes. Est ce qu’il y a un modèle (pas cher) qui est conseillé, avec lequel on est sûr que ça passe?
Merci,


#28

Bonjour,

Les 7A devraient bien aller


#29

A7 don´t fit.


#30

Your 7A on the photo seems to be bigger than 5A model from Vic Firth ?
By the way, I confirm that 7A (Vic Firth model) will work with the sensors. It’s not easy to slide I agree, but if you follow the note (we recommend to rotate the stick at the same time as the sensor slides.) you will succeed.
Tell me

Thanks

Jérôme


#31

J’ai pris des 7A de la marque Stagg, ça fonctionne en y mettant un produit lubrifiant. Merci