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Vic Firth MT1A-S Corpsmaster Heavy-Gauge Nylon Marching Tenor Mallets

Model # MT1A-S By: Vic Firth
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  • Overview

    • Lightweight, Strong Aluminum
    • No Taper
    • 1.25" Nylon Rounded Disc Heads
    • Length: 14 1/2"
    • Diameter: 0.438"
  • Item Details

    The MT1A-S Silver Aluminum Tenor Mallets feature an extra-heavy gauge aluminum for increased power and durability.
      Corpsmaster® Multi-Tenor Mallets and Sticks
      Field tested and field proven, the superior designs of the Corpsmaster® line have been developed throughout years of collaboration with the world's finest drum and bugle corps. Each season since these 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.
  • Specifications

    Name Vic Firth MT1A-S Corpsmaster Heavy-Gauge Nylon Marching Tenor Mallets
    Brand Vic Firth
    Model # MT1A-S
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    • December 1, 2012
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    • Jason Bosilikwa
    • Arlington, Texas
    • 5
    • MT1A-S
    • June 13, 2010
    • by Jason Bosilikwa
    • I like and they scrape very easy cause their heavy. They have a nice full sound. I like them better than bachman's mallets
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    • Andy
    • Pasadena
    • 5
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    • March 27, 2010
    • by Andy
    • these sticks are the best.. if your looking for great durability and quality these are it... you won't regret buying them
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    • Kalen
    • Tom Bean
    • 5
    • April 22, 2009
    • by Kalen
    • I find these the best of all tenor mallets or sticks. They are the perfect length, generate a great, full sound, their handles are very comfortable, and they don't warp too quickly. I've gone through two tenor heads on the same drum with one pair and they are only SLIGHTLY warped. I tried the Vegas, and they're nice, but they are too long, I always end up hitting the center of the rim, and they chip and bend after a short number rim shots. Bill Bachman in his book Quad Logic says these are the best tenor mallets/sticks. Listen to him!