Canadian Made Drumsticks
Turned In New Brunswick
Los Cabos Drumsticks factory is located in Hanwell; a suburb of the capital city of Fredericton, in New Brunswick.
Since 2005, Los Cabos has evolved from a small-scale Canadian family business, to one of the best known drumstick brands in North America. Los Cabos established a reputation based on loyalty to distributors, extremely responsive customer service, and a superior quality product built with care and the utmost attention to detail.
We did not start out as Los Cabos Drumsticks
In the beginning...
Family owned and operated for many years, Larry and Gillian Guay operated a wood turning business, Lawrence Wood Products Ltd.; turning legs for tables and chairs. Then, by chance, a one-time contract opened their eyes to the world that is the music industry.
Changes in the wood turning market led us in search of a new product with a new direction. We turned our first few drumstick models and started visiting local music stores. The initial response proved positive and seventeen years later, here we are.
what makes LCD?
What Does Los Cabos Mean?
Los Cabos Drumsticks takes its name from the Spanish term meaning, “The Cape”.
The name combines our identity being from a Maritime province with coastal inlets and the rhythmical waves from the beat of a drum.
What Makes Us Unique?
We offer a complete drumstick line in three different types of wood: Maple, White & Red Hickory.
We are the only drumstick manufacture using Red Hickory to produce a complete drumstick line.
THE Heart Of
The Difference is In Our Wood
Superior Quality Wood
Making the best pair of drumsticks begins by selecting the best wood possible. We manufacture many different models of sticks using Canadian Maple and American White and Red Hickory.