Bopworks Mel Lewis 7 D Model

Bopworks Mel Lewis 7 D Model

$13.75 $22.99
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Bopworks Mel Lewis
7D Model


Mel’s 7D

is an exact recreation of his 60’s era stick.
Standard 60’s style taper with full acorn tip.
A true Bop classic.



Length: 15 1/8"
Diameter .540


5 Reviews

  • Mel Lewis 7D signature sticks

    Posted by Unknown on 24th May 2017


    I ha w been using the Mel Lewis 7d model BopWorks sticks for a year now . I love the balance and feel of this model stick. I have always been a big fan of Mel Lewis and this initially piqued my interest in this model stick . I love the balance and feel of these sticks and especially love the sound of these sticks on cymbals . The small acorn. Was really enhanced the stick definition and keeps the overtones in check nicely . The only ask I have these is that I wish BopWorks would offer a lacquered version similar to what Regal Tip does . It would make gripping these sticks easier and the tips to last a bit longer .

  • Great Chop Sticks!!!

    Posted by Manuel G Chapa Jr. (PAPA CHAPA) on 27th Dec 2016


    No way I thought! These are not very beefy, too light they'll break
    on the opening set. Man was I WRONG! I have finally found a stick
    that can sing at any volume. Great response no matter how you drive your DrumKit BOPWORKS has got your stick waiting for you.

  • love the mel lewis stick!

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Jul 2014


    Authentic design, modern precision and consistency, and a long lost excellent transparency to the cymbal sound. Well done!!

  • Extremely Versatile

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jan 2013


    You'd think a lighter Jazz stick would be limited in applications.

    Not so- I use these in R&B settings as well as small Jazz trios/quartets.

    Definitely my favorite stick from Bopworks, but I love them all...

  • The Ultimate Jazz Drumstick

    Posted by Terry Manfredi (1964 The Tribute) on 28th Dec 2012


    I perform as Ringo Starr in the Beatles tribute 1964. In the pursuit of accuracy, I did extensive research of the different drumsticks that Ringo used. Being that they were vintage models like the Ludwig pencil stick, they're no longer in production. I stumbled across BopWorks' Mel Lewis drumstick. It feels vintage, it sounds vintage, and it's perfectly balanced. Need I say more? The ultimate jazz drumstick at a competitive price.