Innovative Field Series FT1AH Synthetic Aluminum Heavy Marching Tenor Mallets

Model: INN-FT1AH

Availability: In Stock

$27.25 (Sold in Pairs)

The Innovative Percussion FT-1AH Synthetic Core Tenor Mallets further the evolution of Innovatove's aluminum line of tenor mallets featuring a new head design and grip for improved feel, balance and a better system of dampening vibrations ...
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Innovative Field Series FT1AH Synthetic Aluminum Heavy Marching Tenor Mallets - Product Information

The Innovative Percussion FT-1AH Synthetic Core Tenor Mallets further the evolution of Innovatove's aluminum line of tenor mallets featuring a new head design and grip for improved feel, balance and a better system of dampening vibrations inherent to aluminum mallets.

The Innovative Percussion Field Series Multi-tom Mallets feature a unique design and unsurpassed balance, making them an essential tool for today's marching percussionist.

Features:
- Heavy Gauge 1/2" Aluminum Shafts
- Hard Synthetic Head
- Textured Grip Handles
- Length: 14 1/4"
- Head Size: 1 1/4" x 1/2"

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Comments:

These mallets worked out very well for my Percussion Ensembles' Tenor Section.

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Mark A. Thomas

Rating:

5.00

Tenor Mallet Excellence

Comments:

I am the percussion director for my old high school. I was skeptical about using these for my quad players because there isn't much information from others who have used this mallet. No reviews anywhere on the internet. So I took a shot in the dark and took a chance. I am glad I took that chance. The mallet produces a nice, bold, beefy sound from the quad heads rather than the articulate sound of a regular stick. I wanted strength without sacrificing sound and these mallets did the trick. They are noticeably heavier than sticks and you will have to spend some time getting used to them. One of the centers of the mallets broke off within a month of purchasing but still work well. Definitely should use them in warm-ups with alternating from sticks, and should be used from groups intermediate and up. Surely will be using this mallet from now on

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Mike

Rating:

4.00
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