Adams 3.5 Octave Academy Series Light Rosewood Xylophone

Model: ADM-AXLD35

Availability: In Stock

$995.00

The Adams AXLD35 3.5 oct Academy Light Rosewood Xylophone offers a new level of quality and value for percussionists around the world. Setup is a snap, even for younger players. Place the instrument either on a table top or the included ...
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Adams 3.5 Octave Academy Series Light Rosewood Xylophone - Product Information

The Adams AXLD35 3.5 oct Academy Light Rosewood Xylophone offers a new level of quality and value for percussionists around the world.

Setup is a snap, even for younger players. Place the instrument either on a table top or the included X-Style stand. The AXLD35 is ready to go, out of the box, with mallets and dust cover.

Adams innovative design uses an Integrated Resonator Rail System that provides not only a quality bar suspension and box resonator format, but also the rigid Aluminum Beam structure that make these instruments some of the most durable on the market.

An instrument of this quality will likely be an inspiration to young percussion students for years to come. Adams Academy tone bars are hand-adjusted through the sixth overtone using the same bar tuning methods as the top of the line Adams Artist Series instruments.

Adams is able to cull from years of producing pro level instruments to offer an unbelievable value with the Academy line.

Bar Width: 1.5" (38.5 mm)
Includes: X-Style stand, drop cover, and mallets

Inst Dimensions: 5.75" H, 22.75" LE, 13.75" HE, 52.0" L, 55 lbs Incl Stand

Adams 3.5 Octave Academy Series Xylophone

Comments:

This instrument was ordered for a community band. We were looking for a portable, full-sized xylophone. This seems to be a good fit for our organization. This will be our first season to have this instrument in our percussion section.

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5.00

Great Bargain

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I bought this because I'm a gigging percussionist and I got tired of lugging my full size xylophone all over town. Sometimes a small, simple instrument will get the job done. For those instances, this instrument works well. The only thing about it that I don't care for is that the low range has a lot of high overtones and not a lot of fundamental, but after all, most pit xylophones only go down to C. The box resonator system wasn't really designed to handle notes lower than that, but on this instrument they are at least there if you absolutely need them. If you are a gigging percussionist that doesn't own a xylophone yet, get this one to tide you over until you can find a good deal on a "real" xylophone. It is adequate for most professional situations, and more than adequate if you are a student looking for a practice instrument.

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4.00
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