Malletech Leigh Howard Stevens LS15 Medium Soft–Hard Birch Marimba Mallets

Model: MAL-LS15

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$38.49 (Sold in Pairs)

Medium soft to hard, red label, and multi-toned. A full range medium soft to hard mallet that speaks clearly in all registers, yet still rolls smoothly. The most popular “general use” mallet in the Stevens Series.
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Medium soft to hard, red label, and multi-toned. A full range medium soft to hard mallet that speaks clearly in all registers, yet still rolls smoothly. The most popular “general use” mallet in the Stevens Series.

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I bought a number of items for my son who is a percussionist and a music director. The entire order was filled and delivered within four business days. I was suprised to some extent that the items were delivered so quickly but I have bought from Steve Weiss previously and had the same terrific results. Kudos.

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5.00

Fantastic mallets, maybe not for beginners?

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Stevens mallets are great. The shafts are unpolished wood, which I prefer. They have virtually no contact sound, which I like for solo material, and they really do speak in all registers. Beautiful soft rolls in the lower octaves, but a clear sound in the upper. However, be aware that these ones are multi-tonal; they won't have a constant timbre at all dynamics. So while they speak in all registers, they're still situational, like any mallet. If you're looking to add some general multi-toned mallets to your collection, these are great. BUY THEM. If you're looking for your first general marimba mallets, I would recommend something single-toned. Innovative Percussion's teal IP300s worked for me, but there are many good options.

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4.00

Excellent

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These mallets are phenomenal. The birch shafts feel great and the mallets are wound incredibly. They have the biggest range of any single mallet I've ever heard. They're not two-toned, they're multi-toned. The soft end is magnificently delicate while the loud end has a great bite. Someone earlier said the wood was very dry. I think they're referring to the unpolished birch shafts, which are awesome! I'm not a fan of polished shafts, though.

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5.00

Good Job Malletech

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Sounds great on marimba and works well with solos and ensemble work.

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5.00

Ok

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Plays great, but has a VERY dry wood.

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4.00
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