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1" blue rubber ball on a 15" tough, black nylon shaft. For xylophone and glockenspiel only. The hard ball is too harsh for lower instruments. Use on temple blocks and wood blocks. Also available on hardwood shafts.
KR3 nylon shaft keyboard mallets
Cantabiles - Double Ended
Brass balls of 1/2" & 3/8" provide both a classic handbell tone quality as well as an authentic celeste sound. Dolce!
1-3/8" red, ribbed rubber ball, hardwood shaft. Excellent for xylophone and entire marimba. The weight of this mallet causes the bars to produce deep, fundamental sounds.
This sonorous amber acetate head is mounted on the same heavy-gauge aluminum shaft as the marching mallets. The acetate sounds the same as rawhide, with the advantage being that the ends will not soften. A sound investment!
1-3/8" yellow, ribbed rubber ball, tough 13" shaft, thick vinyl grip. Excellent for metallophone and low-end marimba. The weight of this mallet causes the bars to produce deep, fundamental sounds.
PX1 Low-End Marimba, Xylophone, and metallophone
These perfectly sized 1" Black Lexan balls provide a tenacious bite, extended projection, and a full mezzo-soprano timbre. The vinyl-reinforced fiberglass shafts offer reliability, straightness, and longevity. Use only on synthetic bars!