4.6 Octave Concert Marimba and 4.0 Octave Concert Xylophone Delivered to Florida Gulf Coast University

Pictures of the 4.6 Octave (Low E) Concert Marimba and 4.0 Octave Concert Xylophone that were delivered to Florida Gulf Coast University on February 12, 2011 personally by Matt Coe. The Xylophone has a Maple/Walnut hydraulic height adjustable frame, and the Marimba is on our Aluminum/Wood hybrid height adjustable frame. Both instruments are Honduras Rosewood bars and Brass Resonators that are tuneable on every note.

4.0 Octave Concert Xylophone, Maple/Walnut Hydraulic Height Adjustable Frame, Brass tuneable resonators.


4.6 Octave (Low E) Concert Marimba Aluminum/Wood Hybrid Height Adjustable Frame, Brass Tuneable Resonators on every note. Honduras Rosewood tone bars.


Overhead view of the marimba.

Xylophone at our shop

Xylophone from players perspective in our shop.

High Endframe of the xylophone showing Maple and Walnut Frame.

High Endframe of the xylophone showing Maple and Walnut Frame.

Low Endframe of the Xylophone showing Maple and Walnut frame.

Low Endframe of the Xylophone showing Maple and Walnut frame.

Marimba Keyboard Honduras Rosewood.

Marimba Keyboard Honduras Rosewood.

Low end of Marimba in our shop.

Low end of Marimba in our shop.

Low Endframe of Aluminum/Wood Hybrid Height Adjustable Marimba Frame.

Low Endframe of Aluminum/Wood Hybrid Height Adjustable Marimba Frame.

Logo Plate on the Low side of the Xylophone.

Logo Plate on the Low side of the Xylophone.

Low End Marimba Keyboard and Brass Tuneable Resonators.

Low End Marimba Keyboard and Brass Tuneable Resonators.

Low end Honduras Rosewood Marimba Keyboard.

Low end Honduras Rosewood Marimba Keyboard.

Mallet Hardness Tester on Low Endframe of Xylophone Keyboard.

Mallet Hardness Tester on Low Endframe of Xylophone Keyboard.

View of the 4.0 Octave Concert Xylophone from above!

View of the 4.0 Octave Concert Xylophone from above!

View of the 4.6 Octave (Low E) Concert Marimba from above!

View of the 4.6 Octave (Low E) Concert Marimba from above!

Overhead view of the marimba.

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