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PROMARK Autograph Series Jonathan Haas Timpani Mallets
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Promark Jonathan Haas Timpani MalletsJH1 GreensThe greens are the most articulate with a very hard felt head excellent for performing early classical...Click To Read More About This Product
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Promark Jonathan Haas Timpani Mallets
The greens are the most articulate with a very hard felt head excellent for performing early classical compositions.JH2 Reds
The reds are also a hard felt mallet useful for all performing situations They provide the timpanist with a complementary choice of hard mallets. One degree harder than white felt.JH3
The JH3 are the hardest of the white felt mallets. They produce a warm and resonant tone yet the small head can be used for pas-sages that need to be defined.JH4
The general purpose mallet of the series. They have the weight to play loud, the softness to play soft, and the balance needed to control the speed and accuracy of the mallets.JH5
They are larger than normal general purpose mallets which is needed for that extra volume to bring the orchestra in, and bring the house down.JH6 Rollers
This mallet provides the lushness and warmth that is essential for your long rolls.JH7 Woods
These mallets require very little effort in order to produce a full and brilliant tone.The mallets are also designed to help mini-mize "dings" in the timpani heads.Jonathan Haas
He is the principal timpanist of the New York Chamber Symphony, Aspen Chamber Orchestra, principal percussionist of the American Symphony Orchestra and is a member of the American Composers Orchestra. Since 1984 he has been on faculty at the Peabody Institute.
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- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- Reasonably Priced
Comments about PROMARK Autograph Series Jonathan Haas Timpani Mallets:
I bought these as replacements for ones I bought several years ago. They have become my primary timpani mallets. They have good balance, are reasonably priced, and are can be used for a wide range of dynamics. Not optimal for very crisp or loud passages, they perform very well for most situations.