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Black Swamp Spectrum Tear Drop Triangle Beater

Model: BLA-SPEC4

Availability: In Stock

$34.00

The newest member of the Spectrum triangle beater family is an end weighted, tear-drop style beater. The playing surface measures 1 5/8" long, tapering to 1/8" and is precisely machined from the same bronze alloy as the original Spectrum ...
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Black Swamp Spectrum Tear Drop Triangle Beater - Product Information

The newest member of the Spectrum triangle beater family is an end weighted, tear-drop style beater. The playing surface measures 1 5/8" long, tapering to 1/8" and is precisely machined from the same bronze alloy as the original Spectrum beater series. The seamless taper provides the possibility for multiple dynamics from a single beater, and helps execute more consistent, fuller sounding rolls. In turn, the bronze end naturally produces a warm, lush tone.

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Great fo musical playing!

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The well-made beater allows for subtle crescendos and diminuendos with no real effort. The tone produced is full and luxurious. Loud rolls might be difficult, however, so plan accordingly.

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Posted By:

Tim Ellingson

Rating:

5.00

Great beater, but probably a little pricey

Comments:

I like this beater quite a bit. I think the balance offered by gripping it right where the shaft and rubber meet is very nice. The price is probably a bit high, but that doesn't make the beater any worse.

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Posted By:

GG

Rating:

5.00

Nice beater

Comments:

Using this on a Grover Super Overtone triangle in non symphonic music and the bronze beater head makes this triangle sound very nice.

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Posted By:

NA

Rating:

5.00

Great beater

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Another great BSP product. Greatly facilitates dynamic shading, especially for the ubiquitous crescendo roll.

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Posted By:

TSM

Rating:

5.00

Great on triangle but easy to bend

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I think this beater sounds great on my Abel and Grover Bronze triangles. I'd give it five stars except for one drawback: I easily bent the heck out of it playing bell tree. I mostly do pit work and need beaters to be multiple purpose. No doubt some readers will think I'm nuts for using this rather expensive beater in that capacity, but I've used Stoessels for years and never experienced a problem. So five stars for straight triangle playing, but I recommend you not use it for multi work.

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Posted By:

Kyle Swan

Rating:

4.00
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