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Innovative Percussion IP1003 Jim Casella Signature Hard Marimba Mallets

Model # IP1003 By: Innovative Percussion

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    • 3.5
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    • December 1, 2012
    • by Robert P.
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    • John A
    • California
    • Student (7 yrs)
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      • Best multi-application mallet series on the market
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      • Medium and soft versions are too soft
      • Birch shafts chip easily
      • Mallet heads become unwoven easily, worsening sound over time
    • 4
    • Good product
    • November 29, 2017
    • by John A
    • As ubiquitous as this mallet series is in the marching world, these are truly a godsend. They sound great outdoor, indoor, and even for concert applications (although I would recommend other IP mallets over these for concert). Some of my complaints are how heavy they are, and the medium and soft mallets are both too soft for my liking. The only other real complaint that I have is durability. The yarn on the mallet heads becomes unwoven easier than other mallets I've used, and the birch shafts are skinnier than most other mallets I've used, meaning they chip easier.