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Innovative Pius Cheung Graduated Marimba Mallet Set

Model: INN-PIUS-GS

Availability: In Stock

$84.95 (Sold in Set of 4)

The Innovative Percussion Pius Cheung Series Marimba Mallets features six models with rubber cores of varying hardness. Constructed on rattan handles, each model is wrapped with a very unique alpaca-blend yarn that allows the player to pr...
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Innovative Pius Cheung Graduated Marimba Mallet Set - Product Information

The Innovative Percussion Pius Cheung Series Marimba Mallets features six models with rubber cores of varying hardness. Constructed on rattan handles, each model is wrapped with a very unique alpaca-blend yarn that allows the player to produce a tone of gold at extreme dynamic ranges from the utmost silky pianissimo to peasante fortissimo with minimal effort.

The PIUS-GS Series for general playing includes 1 PIUS1, 2 PIUS3, and 1 PIUS4.

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Various and profound sound

Comments:

It's very special experience for using these mallets, Pius Cheung series is a great choice for many different type of music. For me I personally play with rattan, the bass is deeply warm and hard mallets(from yellow to white) are very penetrate, specially good for not only solo but ensemble as well; orange is basic choice as medium hardness, furthermore, if you combine with different models at the same time each one just like 4-part voicing of different instruments creating profound and various sound. Strongly recommend!

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Tsai I-Lin

Rating:

4.00

Pius Grad. Set

Comments:

This set of mallets create a nice, soft, and warm sound. They are somewhat front heavy, and the rattan takes time getting use to for Steven's grip users. Caution: store mallets very safely or in plastic mallet to keep from fraying faster, they fray really fast.

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Posted By:

Al Sky Fajo

Rating:

5.00

Graduated Set Review

Comments:

I like this set of graduated mallets. The Rattan handles might need some adjusting to if you are playing Steven's grip. I've let others in my studio play with them and they've each commented on the increased weight of the mallet heads compared to other mallets although I haven't really noticed this. These are still great to have and they produce great sounds on marimba!

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Posted By:

Maya Johnson

Rating:

4.00
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