Item #0041725 Model #MCKF43

Adams Concert Series 4.3 Octave Synthetic Marimba Endurance Frame (MCKF43)


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A robust mallet instrument ready for any venue.

The Adams Concert Series Synthetic Marimba is designed to handle the demands of both indoor and outdoor performance. Constructed with synthetic wood bars made of durable Zelon, this marimba produces a warm, resonant tone and projection suited for any environment. The welded resonators eliminate mechanical noise for a pure tone. An adjustable field frame simplifies transportation between venues and quick height changes on stage.

Synthetic Bars Built to Withstand the Elements
The Concert Series Synthetic Marimba features Zelon bars across its 4.3-octave range. While providing the rich tone of wood, these synthetic bars are built to withstand intense heat and constant outdoor use. You'll enjoy peace of mind knowing this marimba is ready to perform wherever your ensemble goes.

Welded Resonators Deliver Robust Tone
To prevent rattling and ensure the strongest construction, Adams welded the resonators on this marimba. The welded design produces a robust tone free of mechanical noise. You'll appreciate the stability and tonal integrity these resonators provide during energetic performances and over years of regular use.

Field Frame Simplifies Transport and Adjustments
This marimba includes an adjustable field frame for simplified transportation and quick height changes. The field frame allows you to transport the instrument between venues with minimal difficulty. Once in place, the adjustable height lets you dial in the perfect angle for your ensemble in a matter of minutes.

Wide Range and Standard Tuning For Ensemble Use
With a range of 4.3 octaves and tuned to the standard A=442, this marimba is ready to join any ensemble. The wide range covers the essential mallet instrument range, while the standard tuning lets you integrate with other pitched percussion and instruments right out of the box.

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