Vic Firth M132 Orchestral Series Medium Rubber Xylophone Mallets

Item # SM021M132
| Mfg # M132
| UPC # 750795008025
Our Price: $22.88
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For the discriminating orchestral and symphonic band performer, the Orchestral Series offers ten mallets designed for xylophone. With an extraordinary amount of sound color possible, these mallets also feature rattan handles. The expansion of this series now offers the player an even greater range of sound possibilities. They are also an outstanding choice for marching band and drum & bugle corps. The M132 mallets feature a medium rubber head for a dark sound with clarity.

Length: 14 1/4"
Head: 1 1/8"
Handles: Rattan
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Vic Firth is an American musician and is the founder of Vic Firth Company, a percussion stick and mallet manufacturing company that he started in 1963. It is the world's largest manufacturer of drum sticks and mallets.