Promark JH1 Jonathan Haas Ultra-Staccato Timpani Mallets
Item # SM367JH1
| Mfg # JH1
| UPC # 616022106349
Our Price: $37.08
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This Jonathan Haas autograph series timpani mallet is the most articulate with a very hard felt head. They are excellent for performing early classical compositions and come on an oak handle.
Virtuoso timpanist Jonathan Haas has raised the status of the timpani to that of a solo instrument throughout his unique career From classical concertos to jazz and rock & roll, from symphonic masterpieces to the most experimental compositions of living composers, Haas has championed, commissioned and celebrated music for his instrument, becoming, as Ovation magazine hailed him, "The Paganiniof the timpani."
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