Vic Firth Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor Mallets Aluminum Shaft

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Multi Tenor Mallets produce a bold, articulate sound with plenty of projection. Heavy gauge aluminum shafts now have anti-buzz rubber grips.

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  • Heavy-gauge aluminum shafts offer excellent speed, response, and durability

Aluminum construction makes them super durable. Order today!

 

Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor Mallets Aluminum Shaft Specifications:

  • MT1A: Nylon head with a curved playing surface for ultra-staccato sounds. Head size =1 1/4" x 1/2", L =14 1/2"
    MT1A-S: Nylon head with a curved playing surface for ultra-staccato sounds. Extra-heavy gauge aluminum for increased power and durability.
    MT2A: Super hard round felt head for excellent rebound and articulation. Head size =1 1/8" x 1", L =14 1/2"
    MT3A: Soft felt core covered with fleece for lush sounds.
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Vic FirthCorpsmaster Multi-Tenor Mallets Aluminum Shaft
 
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4.0

Good

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from Maurice, LA

Comments about Vic Firth Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor Mallets Aluminum Shaft:

Nicely balanced. Great rebound and sweeps off the heads. Strong neck but will bend. Play for too long and hard and the grips will slip off. Overall, pretty good mallet!

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5.0

Great sticks!

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from S.E. Mich

Comments about Vic Firth Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor Mallets Aluminum Shaft:

Pros: Nice stick, comfortable to use. Cons: Grip slips off in use.

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