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Black Swamp Percussion CF7 Carbon Fiber Timpani Mallets Super Staccato (Black Felt)
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These CF7 Carbon Fiber Timpani Mallets feature a large wood core with black felt covering, on a 5/16" diameter shaft, results in our most aggressive ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Carbon fiber timpani mallets of varying felt thickness and core hardness for tonal and dynamic versatility.
These CF7 Carbon Fiber Timpani Mallets feature a large wood core with black felt covering, on a 5/16" diameter shaft, results in our most aggressive carbon fiber mallet. Useful for solo literature and more contemporary pieces requiring powerful articulation or contrasting timbre.
Carbon Fiber Series timpani mallets are weight and pitch matched precisely, with the carbon fiber shafts providing consistent feel and response with no vibration feedback. The exterior felt is meticulously hand sewn and fitted to each mallet precisely.
Quantity & Sizing (Pairs)
Drum Stick Size: Custom
Construction & Features
Material: Carbon Fiber
Drum Stick Tip: Felt
Tip Shape: Round
Taper: Not Applicable
Finish: Not Applicable
Country of Origin: United States
Grip Material: No
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Comments about Black Swamp Percussion CF7 Carbon Fiber Timpani Mallets Super Staccato (Black Felt):
These are incredible timpani sticks. I haven't used very many, but the ones I've used before buying these were wood and aluminum. Carbon fiber feels like a step up. They're unbelievably lightweight, yet thick enough to feel great while playing. They feel very smooth to the touch but not so much that they slip out of your hands easily. If you like heavier mallets, avoid these. They are balanced and feel very well paired. I've only done a six hour rehearsal with these but so far, it seems they can handle whatever you throw at them.