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  1. Excellent posts! I'm happy we're finally having...

    Excellent posts! I'm happy we're finally having a real Concert Percussion discussion!
  2. Well, I started playing the drums when I was...

    Well, I started playing the drums when I was about 2 years old. I got some basic lessons from my father who was a music teacher on how to hold sticks but other than that I was self taught until I...
  3. Well... To me, the top of the line Timpani...

    Well...

    To me, the top of the line Timpani Mallets are the Cloyd Duff series. Those run about $50 a pair here in the USA. The most general models are:

    Duff CD3 General Bamboo Cartwheel
    Duff...
  4. No problem. In general, Mike Balter mallets are...

    No problem. In general, Mike Balter mallets are a little less expensive. They are still high quality mallets and Mike is a great guy to work with so I might stick with Balter if you can find them...
  5. Well, the problem is the best material for the...

    Well, the problem is the best material for the heads of xylo mallets is hard rubber or soft plastic. The best heads for marimba are yarn wrapped. You really need different sets of mallets for the...
  6. Hey, sorry for the late response. I haven't been...

    Hey, sorry for the late response. I haven't been on the PDF much in recent weeks.

    That's great that you're playing percussion. I'm happy to hear you are taking piano lessons as well, that will...
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