Adams 3.5 Academy Rosewood Xylophone w/ X Stand

Item # XYLAXLD35
| Mfg # AXLD35
| UPC # 633816467134
Our Price: $1,055.00
Retail: $1,644.00 | You Save: 35%

The Adams AXLD35 3.5 oct Academy Light Rosewood Xylophone offers a new level of quality and value for percussionists around the world.

Setup is a snap, even for younger players. Place the instrument either on a table top or the included X-Style stand. The AXLD35 is ready to go, out of the box, with mallets and dust cover.

Adams innovative design uses an Integrated Resonator Rail System that provides not only a quality bar suspension and box resonator format, but also the rigid Aluminum Beam structure that make these instruments some of the most durable on the market.

Bar Width: 1.5" (38.5 mm)
Includes: X-Style stand, drop cover, and mallets

Inst Dimensions: 5.75" H, 22.75" LE, 13.75" HE, 52.0" L, 55 lbs Incl Stand

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Based in the Netherlands, André Adams started repairing brass instruments in 1970, and later founded one of the world’s largest manufacturers of percussion instruments. Adams produces timpani, marimbas, xylophones, vibraphones, bass drums and chimes.