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Charlie Harrington Signs With Power Wristbuilders

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Charlie Harrington
Award-Winning Acclaimed Artist, Charlie Harrington, has signed with POWER Wrist Builders. Charlie, an in demand session player with a well-established reputation as a first call drummer, is proud to endorse the fine quality products offered by POWER Wrist Builders.

POWER Wrist Builders began operations in 1990 by the creator and designer, Terry A. Loose. POWER Wrist Builders are solid aluminum and solid brass drum sticks that weigh 2 ounces (70 grams) to 28 ounces (795 grams). When POWER Wrist Builders are used in your daily practice routine they will build strength, agility and endurance in your wrists and forearms.

They are built to last a lifetime and all models are made under computer controlled-conditions from the highest quality solid aluminum and solid brass materials. Each stick is 15-1/2” in length. The aluminum sticks are anodized to protect the material as well as produce a high quality finish. The brass sticks are polished to a high luster. The sticks are 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", and 3/4" in diameter. They are made from the highest quality solid aluminum and solid brass materials.

Charlie joins other great drummers that use POWER Wrist Builders® including Ed Shaughnessy, Omar Hakim, and Marvin "Smitty" Smith.

When asked about his endorsement of POWER Wrist Builders Charlie stated, “These sticks are made to exacting standards and allow me to warm up quicker and develop the endurance needed for effortless execution even during marathon sessions.”

More information on POWER Wrist Builders® can be foundhere.

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