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Innovative Pius Cheung PIUS3B General Marimba Mallets - Birch

Model: INN-PIUS3B

Availability: In Stock

$48.49 (Sold In Pairs)

The Innovative Percussion Pius Cheung Series Marimba Mallets features six models with rubber cores of varying hardness. Constructed on Birch handles, each model is wrapped with a very unique alpaca-blend yarn that allows the player to pro...
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Innovative Pius Cheung PIUS3B General Marimba Mallets - Birch - Product Information

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

The PIUS3 is a medium, general mid-range mallet for solo playing.

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GREAT

Comments:

These mallets are my favorite sounding mallets. They are heavy, but you get so much sound. All of these are perfect!

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Posted By:

Nick

Rating:

5.00

AMAZING

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These mallets sound great!!!! I have the 1234and 5 and I can't use any other mallet!!

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Posted By:

Nick

Rating:

5.00

sounds pretty

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Wonderful tone, perfect for pieces like Land, Wind by Chin Chen Lin, and all Pius Cheng's piece. I bought pair of 3 and pair of 4, 3 can work well in the lower range, and goes to c3. 4 works well from all the way to the top. Great sound quality! so far the perfect pair for me. However, Might be head heavy, won't recommend to beginner player or those who prefer light mallets as IP240 and VF Van Sice series. Smooth handle, balance is not that good cuz the head is too heavy. Two concerns for players: 1.Quite heavy (heavier than Marimba One KMB series);2.The yarn can become fuzzy really quick. Played with graduate set, 2-3-3-4 recommand 4 mallets only. 2's can be great for bach I assume

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ad

Rating:

5.00

P Cheung Birch

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Sound is very high quality. Sound is very delicate in both extremely loud and soft dynamics. Only problem is the mallets fray very easily.

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Posted By:

Sean Yan

Rating:

4.00
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