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Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone   

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Stagg's 3 Octave Xylophone features Padauk wood bars which provide you with a warmer tone then those of the more traditional steel bars in a student ...Read More

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A 37-note xylophone stand ideal for students.

Stagg's 3 Octave Xylophone features Padauk wood bars which provide you with a warmer tone then those of the more traditional steel bars in a student bell kit. To complete this xylophone kit, you get a set of mallets, an X-style folding stand. and a padded black nylon gig bag.

FEATURES
  • 37 notes, 3 Octave C-C
  • X-style stand
  • Includes a gig bag and mallets

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Stagg3 Octave Xylophone
 
3.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Great sound (3)

Cons

  • Poorly made (3)

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(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great addition to practice repertoire

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from Twickenham, UK

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Great Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone:

      Although it is very small compared to ones that you would use in concerts, this xylophone has a great sound with the right mallets. The ones that come with it aren't something you really want to keep around but that goes for most training percussion.

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      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Nice!

      By 

      from New Jersey, USA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Better Than A Bell Kit
      • Big 3 Octaves
      • Great Sound
      • No Overtone Sound Good

      Cons

      • Bent Pins Need Repair
      • Heavy
      • Poorly Made

      Best Uses

      • Practicing
      • School Bands
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone:

      Very Excellent. First of all, it looks beautiful, It is a 37 keys with rose wood. It has a nice sound, no overtone. It is mostly good for small venues and practicing at home. Most students rent a poorly made bell kit. It is small, has an overtone, and terrible to practice with. This Xylophone is a great deal! However, when I bought it, I came with cheap/ hard-to-use mallets, and some of the pins were bent. BUt, The hardware that comes with it is good (The stand)

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      better than a bell kit

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      from Cedar Rapids, IA

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good for beginners
      • Larger Than A Bell Kit

      Cons

      • Doesn't Fit Stand Well
      • Minor Repairs Required

      Best Uses

      • Beginning Students

      Comments about Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone:

      We purchased this instrument for our daughter (5th grade) because it had wooden keys and more octaves than a bell kit. The sound is definitely more pleasing than a bell kit with metal keys. It is also more useful for home practice since it has 3 octaves. It isn't made particularly well, but is fine for the price and purpose. The stand does not hold the instrument at all on the smaller end, but it seems to work ok. It should have been packed more securely. It arrived with several pegs considerably bent and out of place such that the keys would not lay flat. I had to fix them with a hammer. It seems ok now. We purchased a used instrument, so this may not be a problem with a new instrument. It is portable for an adult, but would likely be difficult for a child to carry. It lays flat in the back of our minivan for transport. I would not suggest traveling with it upright without securing the keys somehow. I think this is how it became damaged during shipping.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      what a deal!!

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      from North Platte, NE

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      Pros

      • Great Sound
      • Responsive

      Cons

      • Poorly Made

      Best Uses

      • Great For Beginers

      Comments about Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone:

      I think it is a beautiful instrument for the price. exceded my expectations only had to do some minor maintainance to make it playable. Beautiful tone. The stand is a little wonky, and there were no directions on assembly or playing or adjusting, come to think of it there were no instructions as in any paperwork. Love it though.

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      (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Fair value for price paid

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      from Overland Park, KS

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Sensitive

      Cons

      • Poorly Made

      Best Uses

      • School Bands

      Comments about Stagg 3 Octave Xylophone:

      I purchased this item for my 10 year old son to learn mallet percussion on for 5th grade band. Compared to rental costs and other purchases, this instrument is a fair value although I bought it used from the website making it moreso. The bag was brand new and functional able to hold the keyboard & stand and can even be worn as a backpack style if desired for transport. The stand seems brand new and sufficient although it can't quite secure the narrower end of the keyboard itself. My biggest complaint is that the keys themselves are only secured on one end of the bars instead of both ends. As a result, when you strike the wooden key bars to play the instrument w/a mallet, the unsecured end literally pops up and will sometimes not fall back in place correctly. As a result, this would be problematic for live/concert performance. As a practice instrument for home, it's adequate for a beginning player.

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