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 Post subject: Custom Mallet Keyboard Frames
PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2006 1:06 pm 
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Location: Riceville, TN
2 Cool Percussion Mallet Keyboard Frame. This frame is custom made to order for either bells, xylos,vibes and marimbas. Features a rotating drum rack,taht flips up and down, mount anything on it like cymbals, concert toms, snare drum, crash cymbals, china cymbals, bells, congas, bongos, wind chimes, mallet kats, electonic keyboards, electronic drums etc, etc. Lift rack up to get though narrow passage ways like doorways, and gates.

Comes with four multi clamps (standard). Also has 4 - 8" pneumatic tires for rough terrain. Plus a tow hitch so you can hitch multiple instruments together such as concert bass drum stands, gongs, chimes, and other mallet keyboard instruments like a train of instruments. Hitch 2, 3, four or more things together, great for small pits with 3 members and have 6 instruments to get on the field or across campus fast, this will help you with fast set up times. Cost $685.00

Standard model with no rotating drum rack is also available $550.00 or the econo model for 450.00

Check it out at http://www.2coolpercussion.com/index_009.htm

Email ron@2coolpercussion.com or call 423-462-2059

School P.O's welcomed


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