Malletech JS40 Mallets

 The Malletech Go2 Series presents the Jon Singer Rosewood Xylophone Mallet. Jon has used wooden mallets on his xylophone for many years and found that he liked the heads best after the fibers started to break down. Malletech has found a way to "pre-stress" the surface to get to that perfect, slightly softer attack right out of the bag.  Unlike many "rosewood" mallets that are really other species of wood, these are made from marimba bars that didn't make the grade in Malletech's instrument department.  1-1/4-inch diameter certified Dalbergia Stevensoni Honduran Rosewood heads  7.5 to 8 mm diameter rattan  Available from Steve Weiss Music at:   https://www.steveweissmusic.com/product/malletech-go2-series-js40-jon-singer-custom-rosewood-xylophone-mallets/malletech-mallets#full-description    

The Malletech Go2 Series presents the Jon Singer Rosewood Xylophone Mallet. Jon has used wooden mallets on his xylophone for many years and found that he liked the heads best after the fibers started to break down. Malletech has found a way to "pre-stress" the surface to get to that perfect, slightly softer attack right out of the bag.

Unlike many "rosewood" mallets that are really other species of wood, these are made from marimba bars that didn't make the grade in Malletech's instrument department.

1-1/4-inch diameter certified Dalbergia Stevensoni Honduran Rosewood heads

7.5 to 8 mm diameter rattan

Available from Steve Weiss Music at:

https://www.steveweissmusic.com/product/malletech-go2-series-js40-jon-singer-custom-rosewood-xylophone-mallets/malletech-mallets#full-description

 

Jonathan Singer Historical Xylophone Publication Series (Keyboard Percussion Publications)

 The inaugural work of "The Jonathan Singer Historical Xylophone Publication Series," Singer transcribes a 1920's recording of Billy Gladstone playing this medley with the Capitol Theatre Orchestra and arranges it for solo xylophone with marimba band accompaniment.  Available from Steve Weiss Music at:  https://www.steveweissmusic.com/product/singer-ida-some-of-these-days/mallet-ensemble       

The inaugural work of "The Jonathan Singer Historical Xylophone Publication Series," Singer transcribes a 1920's recording of Billy Gladstone playing this medley with the Capitol Theatre Orchestra and arranges it for solo xylophone with marimba band accompaniment.

Available from Steve Weiss Music at: https://www.steveweissmusic.com/product/singer-ida-some-of-these-days/mallet-ensemble