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Innovative Orchestral Series OS5 Full Rattan Glock Mallets

Model: INN-OS5

Availability: In Stock

$29.75 (Sold in Pairs)

The Innovative Percussion OS-5 Full Glockenspiel Mallet is a well-balanced, full-sounding glockenspiel mallet without being heavy. This series of 7 Innovative Percussion orchestral xylophone and glockenspiel mallets has been designed in c...
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Innovative Orchestral Series OS5 Full Rattan Glock Mallets - Product Information

The Innovative Percussion OS-5 Full Glockenspiel Mallet is a well-balanced, full-sounding glockenspiel mallet without being heavy.

This series of 7 Innovative Percussion orchestral xylophone and glockenspiel mallets has been designed in conjunction with Chris Deviney of the Philadelphia Orchestra with the orchestral player in mind. A colored piece of tape is also added to the shaft to distinguish each particular model.

Suggested Excerpts
Dukas – "Sorcerer's Apprentice"
Rimsky-Korsakov – "Russian Easter Overture"

Core:1 1/8" Clear with Light Blue tape
Length 13 3/4"
Diameter 5/16"

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Excellent Mallets

Comments:

Getting beautiful clear sound on glockenspiel.

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Posted By:

shanti

Rating:

5.00

awesome!

Comments:

These mallets are great and have a nice bright twinkle sound. The only thing to worry about is if you allow middle schoolers to use them (me), they may try to play way too loudly and crack and fracture the plastic. It's mainly a cosmetic problem but still ruins the allure of the clear mallet.

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Posted By:

Jared

Rating:

5.00

Love em

Comments:

Nice mallets with crystal clear sound at mezzo volumes. Perfect for the first passage in Sorcerer's Apprentice!

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Posted By:

Will

Rating:

5.00

Good in small orchestra/band settings

Comments:

These mallets are very good for selections where there is not much surrounding noise; but when a full band is playing, these mallets will simply not make the glockenspiel cut through the noise. These would also be great for solo playing; although the heads are not brass, the plastic is hard enough that the sound is both clear and not as harsh as the metal-on-metal sound of brass mallets. All in all, good mallets; my only real criticisms are that you cannot get very much volume with them, and that the shaft is very short compared to other glock mallets.

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Posted By:

Max Katz

Rating:

4.00
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