The Trixon Karl Heinz Weimer Vibraphone brings back the mellow, sustaining tone which has made the American Vibraphone the envy throughout the world. Quality silver matte True-Pitch Tone Bars with graduated thickness combine with a butcher-block frame and full-size aluminum pipe resonators for a warm and rich sound. The vibraphone is made of 5 main parts: The Tone Bars – which are the metal bars you hit to produce sound The Resonators – which are the metal tubes placed under each tone bar and meant to amplify the vibration created by the mallet hitting the tone bars
Feb 28, 2015 · The sound was produced by a custom, one-of-a-kind vibraphone/marimba built by the J.C. Deagan Co. of Chicago, where Musser worked before forming his own company.
In terms of where or when the mallet instrument is used, the xylophone and the marimba also differ accordingly. Xylophones are commonly used during a band concert or a symphony orchestra.