Each mallet from Innovative Percussion is carefully designed, crafted, and tested to ensure that it can adapt to the specific role for which it is created. These mallets vary slightly from model to model to provide musicians with a vast array of options depending on their instrument or style of music. Find the perfect mallets for your timpani or marimba at The Woodwind and Brasswind.
Innovative Percussion mallets for timpani are in four basic categories. Within each of these categories are more specific models to provide lower cost options, generate a more staccato sound, or to meet musician preferences. The General Timpani Series features tapered maple handles and German felt parachute style covered heads. This classic model is a well-rounded, versatile choice. The Concert Timpani Mallets are well-balanced to meet the acoustics of concert halls and large venues. These mallets have cherry wood handles which have been hollowed out. As a result, these mallets offer the feel of bamboo but are more consistent.
The Field Series Timpani Mallets are not only incredibly durable and resistant to the weather but they also are designed to generate superior projection. Perfectly suited for marching bands and outdoor venues, these mallets are constructed with red oak handles with wooden cores. These mallets have a hard felt core and are also felt lined. The Bamboo Series Timpani Mallets are largely desired by professional musicians. These high end mallets will satisfy elite musicians with their smooth finish and remarkable consistencies.
Innovative Percussion is also known for their Steel Drum Mallets which are available with either aluminum or wood handles. These are available for Lead, Double Tenor, Double Second, and other classifications. For remarkable keyboard mallets, trust Innovative Percussion’s extensive collection ranging from Field Series to Soloist Series to the Fundamental Series.
Regardless of your instrument or skill level, opt for Innovative Percussion Mallets to bring out the ultimate rhythms from your timpani, marimba, or other percussion instrument.