Yamaha YMT2400C 4.3 Octave Intermediate Acoustalon Marimba w/Tough-Terrain Frame

Yamaha

Item No. 212607
Alt. Part # YMT2400C
UPC Code 86792360195
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The Yamaha YMT2400C 4.3 Octave Acoustalon Marimba features Yamaha's Tough-Terrain frame system, which is designed for those situations where the frame on a normal concert instrument shouldn't be taken...Outside!  The frame features welded steel construction and 10-inch pneumatic tires to protect the
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The Yamaha YMT2400C 4.3 Octave Acoustalon Marimba features Yamaha's Tough-Terrain frame system, which is designed for those situations where the frame on a normal concert instrument shouldn't be taken...Outside!  The frame features welded steel construction and 10-inch pneumatic tires to protect the instrument from the rigors of transport. Two lower crossbars to protect resonators from damage with a removable accessory bar that accommodates virtually all parallel multi-clamps. This instrument is also; height adjustable.
Tough-Terrain Frame is efficient for transporting both instruments and accessories, fits through standard doorways, is height adjustable, and features an oversized swivel pedal to ensure playing comfort. 1" pipes accommodate all parallel multi-clamps on the market and can be mounted up or down for various set-up requirements.
Acoustalon is a synthetic material developed by Yamaha that is produced from fiberglass-reinforced plastic in a one-step manufacturing process to provide exceptional durability and a pure tone similar to rosewood. Acoustalon is a great option for schools with indoor and outdoor marching activities, stage-show pits, percussion solos, and percussion ensembles.

Acoustalon
4 1/3 octaves, A25-C76
1 ½" – 2 ¼" x 1"
10" pneumatic tires; two locking
Height adjustable from 35" –38 ¼"
A442Hz Tuning
Includes drop cover
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