The truly classic design of the Goodman Rolling Bass Drum Mallet was perfected by the late Saul Goodman during his lengthy career as the world-renowned timpanist of the New York Phil Harmonic Orchestra.
Made from top-grade Hard Rock Maple handles and the finest 100 percent virgin felt, eight different models of Goodman's mallets (7 timpani, 1 bass drum) are available to more than satisfy the orchestra percussionist's demand for dynamic responsiveness, musical sensitivity and technical facility in both concert hall and recording studio situations. Sold in pairs.
Goodman Timpani Mallets Specifications:
- 601SG: Loud and hard sound
- 602SG: Normal Staccato
- 603SG: General - All purpose mallet (great for suspended cymbal)
- 604SG: Wood Head (Holzschlagel)
- 605SG: Ultra Staccato
- 606SG: Cartwheel - for full resonant sound
- 607SG: Brilliant Staccato
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Comments about Regal Tip Goodman Timpani Mallets:
These mallets are good when it comes to balance and weight. They are much lighter and less top-heavy than many other brands. Therefore, they are faster than many others in its price range. However, there are two main flaws. Because the mallets are light, you cannot get as much sound out of them as others. Also, the mallet heads are flawed in that they rattle frequently when the mallet strikes the timpani. All in all, it is a good mallet.