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  • Jazz MONster

Jazz MONster

available, delivery time 2-4 days*

€ 58,00 (Netto: € 48,74)

Incl. 19 % TAX plus shipping

Martin O'Neill about the Jazz MONster tipper

The Jazz MONster is based on Stevie Moises’ JazzMo tipper and featuring the new MONster handle. The Jazz MONster features 30 walnut dowels giving it a different flavour to the original MONster. This is a versatile tipper that can produce very different sounds depending on the position of the rubber ring. The sound ranges from “jazzy” (open) to “smooth” (half open) and is great for accompanying songs.

It’s the first hybrid serial stick series with handles that have an oval cross section! This makes it very comfortable to hold, and helps to keep the hand muscles relaxed.

All handles in the MONster series are made from plum tree, which is a wonderful red/brown European hardwood, and available from sustainable sources.

  • Martin O'Neill signature tipper
  • 30 walnut dowels, hand selected and tested (2 mm)
  • length 25 cm
  • weight ca. 29 g
  • made by Stevie Moises
  • handle with oval cross section
  • moving Mass – 8-10 g (depending on the holding point)


Customers please take special care with the handling of the dowels, because they are a wee bit sensitive.
Close the tipper with the o-ring while carrying in a tipper case. Avoid using to make rimshots, make sure that the stick can not get caught in loose clothes or necklace etc.
We test each single dowel with an extreme bending before we use it for the stick, we cannot take any responsibility for eventually broken dowels.
The above stated tipper lenghts may vary within a tolerance of several millimeters. Wood is a natural product that responds to atmospheric conditions which may affect length or playability. Also the depicted and actual woodgrain may vary
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*for delivery within Germany, information in business days. Delivery times and information about delivery times calculation to other countries, please see here.