Musser M-75 Century 3 Octave Vibe

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3-octave vibes, gold-finished bars, wide sustain pedal. Motor and pulleys are enclosed in sound-dampening housing, variable speed motor.


M-75 Century 3 Octave Vibe Specifications:

  • Bars: 2 1/4" to 1 1/2" wide, 1/2" thick with gold finish
  • Height: 34.5"
  • High End Width: 15.5"
  • Length: 56.5"
  • Low End Width: 30"
  • Motor: 115 volts, 60 cycle AC variable speed, 1/140HP
  • Pitch: A = 442
  • Range: 37 notes, 3 octaves (F3 to F6)
  • Weight: 175 lbs.
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Great instrument

By Lemuel Schenck

from New Orleans

Comments about Musser M-75 Century 3 Octave Vibe:

My set was delivered in 1940. It is still perfectly in tune and the bars have the richest sound that I have ever heard. Although there are many good instruments on the market, there is something about the size and sound of the bars. My bars are smooth and not Florentine and my mallets last almost forever. The smooth bars do not tear up the mallets like the new ones do.

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The best

By Kurt Walter

from Pompano Beach, FL

Comments about Musser M-75 Century 3 Octave Vibe:

I've owned a Musser Century model Vibraphone that I bought new in 1964. I also had a Musser Century concert marimba that I bought new in 1959 which I recently sold to the local symphony. They are by far the best instrument you can buy. Their marimbas have changed a bit since Ludwig bought out Musser. I was lucky enough to have a marimba that had the keys made out of 50 year old aged rosewood. At that time the Musser corporation found some old railroad ties in Honduras made of rosewood and used them to make the keys on several of their instruments. The vibes are still the same. The best.

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