Concert Percussion Accessories
Innovative Percussion Robin Engleman Series Keyboard Mallets
This series of mallets is designed to meet the meticulous demands of NEXUS percussionist and composer Robin Engelman. The multi-percussion/bass marimba mallet was designed with a core of substantial weight to produce a rich fundamental and for use as a multi-percussion implement. The six additional models of ensemble mallets are structured with choir voices in mind.
$41.49 - $42.99
Innovative Percussion ENSEMBLE SERIES MALLETS
These new graduated Ensemble Series models are the perfect choice for any level of percussion ensemble. The new ENS mallets feature large rubber cores with varying degrees of hardness and latex covering on very durable rattan handles.
$22.99 - $34.99
Vic Firth Round Head Keyboard Mallets
The medium-hard yarn wool round head is perfect for all-around playing and works well for Vibraphone or Marimba. They have black birch shafts for rigidity and consistency.
Innovative Percussion IP905 Bright Mallets With Rattan Handles
These are bright and lighter sounding with higher overtones and are suggested for use on glockenspiel selections such as Strauss' "Don Juan", Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty" and Delibes' "Bell Song." They are also suggested for selections for xylophone such as Ravel's "Mother Goose", Gershwin's "An American in Paris" and Saint-Saens' "Carnival of the Animals."
Pro-Mark Milt Jackson Autograph Series Vibe Mallets
Milt Jackson Vibe Mallets - mallets desined for the acclaimed vibist Milt "Bags" Jackson. One of the premier jazz players in music, Jackson first came to prominence with Dizzy Gillespie and was a founding member of the influential Modern Jazz Quartet. His musical legacy will live on and inspire future generations.
Innovative Percussion IP903 Dark Xylophone Mallets
These are soft mallets and are suggested for use on glockenspiel selections such as Shostakovich Symphony No. 5 (bell solos) and Hindermith's "Mathis der Maler". They are also suggested as the choice for xylophone selections such as Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5 (3rd Movement) and Orff's "Carmina Burana."