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Vic Firth Corpsmaster Multi-Tenor MT3A Soft Tenor Mallets - Alum Shaft

Brand: Vic Firth


MSRP: $58.00

Item: #254914
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Field tested and field proven, the superior designs of the Corpsmaster® line developed throughout years of collaboration with the world's finest drum and bugle corps. Each season since the products were introduced, Corpsmaster® sticks and mallets have remained the most popular choice among the top high school bands, indoor percussion ensembles and DCI Championship corps.  

The Corpsmaster® multi-tenor mallets are available with heavy gauge aluminum or Sta-Pac® wood shafts. Aluminum offers excellent speed, response and durability, and these models feature "anti-buzz" rubber grips to eliminate vibration. Sta-Pac® provides weight and power for a fuller sound with maximum projection. Both options have durable textured handles for enhanced gripping.

A nylon head with a curved playing surface for ultra-staccato sounds. 
Head = 1 1/4 x 1/2", L = 14 1/2" 

A nylon head with a curved playing surface for ultra-staccato sounds. Aluminum shaft with "anti-buzz" rubber grips.
Head = 1 1/4 x 1/2", L = 14 1/2"

Extra-heavy gauge aluminum for increased power and durability.
Head = 1 1/4 x 1/2", L = 14 1/2"

A super hard, round felt head for excellent rebound and articulation. 
Head = 1 1/8 x 1", L = 14 1/2"

A soft felt core covered with fleece for lush sounds. 
Head = 1 3/8", L = 14 3/4"

A tapered nylon "cartwheel" style head provides a comfortable playing angle and warm tones on the drums.
Head = 1 19/32" x 1/4", L = 14 1/4"

Tapered hickory shafts offer excellent balance and control.            
Head = 1 1/4" x 1/2", L = 14 5/8" 


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